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Omegafant

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We are at the eve of destruction. Only barren and empty land ahead. Man takes animals out of their natural habitat and lets them destroy the so long resident nature in other places.

The invasion of the cane toad in Australia
http://www.canetoadsinoz.com/

Pythons, Lionfish and Now Willow Invade Florida's Waterways
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/01/130108151208.htm

Man can not stop the cane toad. Man can not stop all the other exiled killers. And, still, man claims to tame and securely handle genetically modified organisms. What an outrage of idiocy!

Man will go. Man will die. No loss. But all the wonderful nature will be slaughtered and only barren land will be left. Fight this!

Fight for the survival of nature!



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Re: We are at the eve of destruction - only barren and empty land ahead
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2013, 01:19:30 PM »

During the Perm catastrophe 95 percent of all life on earth died because of temperature rise and water and air becoming too hot and deadly toxic. The second phase of the temperature rise was caused by methane hydrate.

Here are some works by Gregory J. Retallack, who also wrote about the Perm catastrophe:

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Exceptional fossil preservation during CO2 greenhouse crises?

Gregory J. Retallack
Department of Geological Sciences, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 97403, USA

Article history:
Received 27 October 2010
Received in revised form 19 April 2011
Accepted 21 April 2011
Available online 30 April 2011
Keywords:
Lagerstatten
Fossil preservation
Trilobite
Fish
Carbon dioxide
Greenhouse

abstract

Exceptional fossil preservation may require not only exceptional places, but exceptional times, as demonstrated here by two distinct types of analysis. First, irregular stratigraphic spacing of horizons yielding articulated Triassic fishes and Cambrian trilobites is highly correlated in sequences in different parts of the world, as if there were short temporal intervals of exceptional preservation globally. Second, compilations of ages of well-dated fossil localities show spikes of abundance which coincide with stage boundaries, mass extinctions, oceanic anoxic events, carbon isotope anomalies, spikes of high atmospheric carbon dioxide, and transient warm-wet paleoclimates. Exceptional fossil preservation may have been promoted during unusual times, comparable with the present: CO2 greenhouse crises of expanding marine dead zones, oceanic acidification, coral bleaching, wetland eutrophication, sea level rise, ice-cap melting, and biotic invasions.
© 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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FULLTEXT:
http://pages.uoregon.edu/dogsci/_media/directory/faculty/greg/palaeogeographypalaeoclimatologypalaeoecology2011lagerstatten.pdf?id=directory%3Afaculty%3Agreg%3Aabout&cache=cache

A lot more fulltexts:
http://pages.uoregon.edu/dogsci/doku.php?id=directory/faculty/greg/about
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