Mass Extinction Blog Posts

Yes, We Are in the Early Stages of a Mass Extinction

A new study suggests that thousands of species on Earth going extinct at a rate that far exceeds what’s typical. We are in the beginnings of a mass extinction, argue scientists, and it could lead to global starvation for humans — as well...

microbe killers

by ScienceDaily   Evidence left at the crime scene is abundant and global: Fossil remains show that sometime around 252 million years ago, about 90 percent of all species on Earth were suddenly wiped out — by far the largest of this planet...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Apr 4, 2014

Extinction explored at the Natural History Museum

London’s famous Natural History Museum is currently running a major temporary exhibition on the subject of extinction.  Extinction – Not …Continue reading »...
by Into the Eremozoic on Mar 3, 2013

Extinction explored at the Natural History Museum

London’s famous Natural History Museum is currently running a major temporary exhibition on the subject of extinction.  Extinction – Not …Continue reading »...
by Into the Eremozoic on Mar 3, 2013

The end of the world….?

Unsurprisingly, the world didn’t end yesterday, despite all the hype about the “Mayan Prophecy” which is derived from the end …Continue reading »...
by Into the Eremozoic on Dec 22, 2012

The end of the world….?

Unsurprisingly, the world didn’t end yesterday, despite all the hype about the “Mayan Prophecy” which is derived from the end …Continue reading »...
by Into the Eremozoic on Dec 22, 2012

Street art on the extinction crisis

I’m not aware of much street art which highlights biodiversity depletion, so it’s refreshing to discover London artist Xylo.  His …Continue reading »...
by Into the Eremozoic on Nov 27, 2012

Street art on the extinction crisis

I’m not aware of much street art which highlights biodiversity depletion, so it’s refreshing to discover London artist Xylo.  His …Continue reading »...
by Into the Eremozoic on Nov 27, 2012
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