Tell this rubbish to a geologist. No levels? The "levels" were recognised long before anyone had any idea how old they were, and long before the theory of evolution. Ever seen pictures of the Grand Canyon? See those horizontal stratifications?<quoted text>
There are no levels either. In your mind, they are not there because you have defined the layers according to your own terms. There is no such thing as layers. When it comes to fossils, there is only catastrophy. You have to compare apples to apples. Not particular fossils to evolutionary uniformatarian assumptions. Creation/flood fossils appear where they wound up after the mud dried. Evolution fossils are found anywhere and their layer is defined to match the theory.
As for your claim that fossils are found "anywhere", it's utterly ridiculous. There are no mammal or bird fossils at all in the lowest 2/3rds of the post cambrian layering. Anywhere. In. The. World. Ever. But there are plenty of other creatures - all more primitive.
And, you do not even know the meaning of the word "uniformitarian", since you misuse the term continually. It is the assumption that the same physical principles applied in the past as they do today. That is not incompatible with periods of extreme vulcanism, asteroid strikes, and ice ages. Nor, of course with corresponding periods of evolutionary change and relative stability, as evolution is adaptation to environment and rapid changes in the environment correspond to more rapid changes in living populations.