I'm not sure what you're trying to show with those pictures of mayhem caused by flooding, but you're sort of shooting yourself in the foot, aren't you? If the Great Flood laid down all the fossils we're finding today, shouldn't they be all jumbled up, with no sorting of any kind (other than hydrological) in evidence - anywhere on earth?
The organisms in the bottom of the ocean would get covered up first,then slow swimmers,then fast swimmers,then top dwelers(whales).
Land animals that live hundreds of miles away would then be transported and deposited on top of those layers.
Besides,as you would expect those layers are jumbled up sometimes,we find the nautilus in every geologic layer.
I don't have a problem with the fossils,I just don't agree with the timescale and the assumptions of index fossils.
If fossils can be used to date a layer then where are the mesozoic graptolites?
Graptolites, Sue Rigby, British Geol. Survey, "All paleontologist dream of finding a 'living fossil.' Noel Dilly, it seems has done so... As graptolites are arguably the most important zone fossils of the Lower Palaeozoic (570-360 MYBP), this is far from an esoteric issue." Nature, Vol.363, p.209, 3/18/'93.
Heres a few more examples that invalidate index fossils.
Dinosaur Trees, Sydney, Australia (AP) 12/15/1994 "David Noble was out on a holiday hike when he stepped off the beaten path and into the prehistoric age...standing amid trees thought to have disappeared 150 million years ago. Ã¢â‚¬ËœThe discovery is the equivalent of finding a small dinosaur still alive on the earth,Ã¢â‚¬â„¢ said Carrick Chambers, Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens."
Extinct Crabs "French scientists who explored the Coral Sea said Friday they discovered a new species of crustacean that was thought to have become extinct 60 million years ago. The Ã¢â‚¬Ëœliving fossil,Ã¢â‚¬â„¢ a female designated Neoglyphea neocaledonica, was discovered 1,312 feet (400 meters) under water during an expedition in the Chesterfield Islands, northwest of New Caledonia...." AP, 5/ 19/2006
Extinction Falsified, Richard A. Kerr "A bunch of sea urchins turned up in the Cretaceous like a big penny, millions of years after they were believed to have gone extinct. Fifteen of the 29 apparently extinct genera reappeared therefore must not really have gone extinct." Science, V. 293, p.1037, 10/8/2001
Coelacanth, Keith S. Thomson, Pres., Academy of Natural Sciences, "Off the coast of southern Africa, in the winter of 1938, a fishing boat called The Nerine dragged from the Indian Ocean near the Chalumna River a fish thought to be extinct for 70 million years. The fish was a coelacanth, an animal that thrived concurrently with dinosaurs..." Living Fossil, 1991, From bookcover.
And my favorite kick in the pants for index fossils:The therapsids.
Deseret News, The (Salt Lake City, UT) - July 16, 1992
DISCOVERY HINTS ANIMALS LIVED EONS LONGER THAN ONCE BELIEVED
An ancient jawbone discovered in Canada indicates that a group of mammal-like reptiles survived at least 100 million years longer than previously believed, researchers reported Wednesday.The tiny jaw appears to be that of an animal that belonged to a group called therapsids, which were believed to have become extinct 160 million years ago, the researchers reported in the British scientific journal Nature. The bone was recovered from a rock containing fossils dating at least 100 million...