Mercury influx into eco-system may have caused extinction 250m yrs ago
Washington, Jan 6 : In a new study, scientists have discovered a new culprit that is likely to have been involved in the Earth's greatest extinction event that took place 250 million years ago when rapid climate change wiped out nearly all marine species and a majority of those on land.
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“God is good, All the time”
Since: Nov 11
#1 Jan 6, 2012
no matter what ismthrown at it, life, ever so tenacious and stubborn, hangs on like a stubborn limpet to the rock of life.
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