TOBS-Genesis: Creative day III ;;There be Plants here!

jabriol jabriol at sparta.org
Fri Sep 5 18:10:25 EST 2003


Seems ye are new to the thread... the scriptures is for the huma observer
and his concerns durring that time period..




"Frank Reichenbacher" <vesuvius at speakeasy.net> wrote in message
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The account very specifically notes seed bearing plants (=Spermatophyta). No
algae (there are many terrestrial algae), no conifers, no ferns, no lichens,
etc.

Please quantify incident radiation from the so-called "diffuse light" and
provide some corroborating evidence for it's existence (other than: plants
were there so it must have).

Where did this "diffuse light" go, and what was its source?

Frank

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The Bible account adds: "'Let the earth cause grass to shoot forth,
vegetation bearing seed, fruit trees yielding fruit according to their
kinds, the seed of which is in it, upon the earth.' And it came to be
 so."-Genesis 1:11.
Thus by the close of this third creative period, three broad categories of
land plants had been created. The diffused light would have become quite
strong by then, ample for the process of photosynthesis so vital to green
plants. Incidentally, the account here does not mention every "kind" of
plant that came on the scene. Microscopic organisms, water plants and others
are not specifically named, but likely were created on this "day."






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