SEQUOIA STEM; HORNBEAM LEAF (With its counterpart)

50 million years

Period: Eocene
Location: Cache Creek Formation, British Columbia, Canada

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Plants have such highly complex structures that it is not possible that they appeared by chance and evolved from one another, as evolutionists claim. The fossil record shows that the various classifications of plants appeared all at once, and that there was no process of evolution connecting them. The fossils seen here of sequoia and hornbeam tree leaves dramatize that evolution is not a valid theory. And there is no difference between plants living today and these equivalents that lived between 54 and 37 million years ago.

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SP0143-145