Ediacaran Fossils and Evolutionary Religious Faith

Way, way down in the standard geologic column is the Ediacaran layer, which has been receiving special scrutiny from secular scientists. It is below the Cambrian, which had the fossil explosion. As mentioned in the previous post, pristine fossils are being discovered and scrutinized with amazing equipment.

These critters that lived on the bottoms of oceans were so well-preserved, scientists are actually able to learn what they had for their last meals! The suppertime plant molecules examined should not really exist if the fossils truly were about half a billion years old.

Ediacam fossils, supposedly among the oldest fossils, a Darwinist said they were a connection to human roots. That claim is faith, not science.
Diorama of the Ediacaran, WikiComm / Fossiladder13 (CC BY-SA 4.0)
One evolutionist was so enraptured, she exclaimed that this was a connection to our roots. (No word if she lit a Darwin prayer candle at the time.) Evidence connecting the Ediacaran biota found in these select fossils to humans is unconvincing. That's because humans were created separately, not evolved, and everything was created recently.
The Ediacara biota is a sporadic faunal (animal) stage containing unique soft-bodied fossil creatures in sandstone from the Ediacaran System dating “635-541 million years ago” according to evolution theory. The Ediacaran layer is found at the bottom of the geologic column—just below the Cambrian—and contains creatures that creationists would expect: algae and soft-bodied invertebrates. In other words, ocean bottom-dwelling creatures were the first to be buried during the Flood about 4,500 years ago.

No surprisingly, “little is known about the phylogeny [evolutionary history] of the Ediacaran organisms.”

For the rest, dig into "World's Oldest Meal."