#OpZion – More American pseudoscience extremism propaganda – American climate change pseudoscience extremist fear pornographer Paul R Ehrlich, 6th mass extinction on Earth has officially begun & could threaten humanity’s existence – American scientists can’t be trusted to tell the truth they have proved this time & time again – more estimations no absolute facts

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American scientists can’t be taken seriously, they are fiddling with science data, so anything that comes out of America should be taken with a pinch of salt.

It is more American fear porn propaganda and psychological warfare for a New World Order. Most information that comes out of America is fear porn. Americans are proving to be experts in fear propaganda and over reaction.

Americans love to estimate, they are not very good at providing actual facts, anyone can estimate, Americans are proving to be evangelical religious pseudoscience climate change extremists.

It is getting to the point where I’m simply refusing to take American science into consideration because it is always possibly this, maybe that, estimation of this, possibly that, or just outright lies.

What we are witnessing in our life time is American science being manipulated for political goals.

What I am witnessing on an almost daily basis is American and British globalists spraying toxic chemicals in the sky over civilian populations which whiteout the sky blocking the sun and effect the growth of animal and plant life.

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The sixth mass extinction on Earth has officially begun and could threaten humanity’s existence, scientists warn

  • Species are disappearing up to about 100 times faster than normal 
  • Warn it could take Earth millions of years to recover
  • Say humanity would likely disappear early on in the process

We are entering a mass extinction that threatens humanity’s existence, researchers have declared.

Researchers say a new study shows ‘without any significant doubt’ that we are entering the sixth great mass extinction on earth.

The study says that the window for conserving threatened species is rapidly closing.  

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A broken Earth: Researchers say a new study shows 'without any significant doubt' that we are entering the sixth great mass extinction on earth.

A broken Earth: Researchers say a new study shows ‘without any significant doubt’ that we are entering the sixth great mass extinction on earth.

‘The study shows without any significant doubt that we are now entering the sixth great mass extinction event,’ said Paul Ehrlich, the Bing Professor of Population Studies in biology and a senior fellow at the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment who led the research.

The new study, published in the journal Science Advances, shows that even with extremely conservative estimates, species are disappearing up to about 100 times faster than the normal rate between mass extinctions, known as the background rate.

‘If it is allowed to continue, life would take many millions of years to recover, and our species itself would likely disappear early on,’ said lead author Gerardo Ceballos of the Universidad Autónoma de México.

Using fossil records and extinction counts from a range of records, the researchers compared a highly conservative estimate of current extinctions with a background rate estimate twice as high as those widely used in previous analyses.

This way, they brought the two estimates – current extinction rate and average background or going-on-all-the-time extinction rate – as close to each other as possible.

Focusing on vertebrates, the group for which the most reliable modern and fossil data exist, the researchers asked whether even the lowest estimates of the difference between background and contemporary extinction rates still justify the conclusion that people are precipitating ‘a global spasm of biodiversity loss.’

HOW HUMANITY HAS RUINED THE EARTH

To history’s steady drumbeat, a human population growing in numbers, per capita consumption and economic inequity has altered or destroyed natural habitats, the researchers say.

They said the main impacts were:

  • Land clearing for farming, logging and settlement
  • Introduction of invasive species
  • Carbon emissions that drive climate change and ocean acidification
  • Toxins that alter and poison ecosystems

The answer: a definitive yes.

‘We emphasize that our calculations very likely underestimate the severity of the extinction crisis, because our aim was to place a realistic lower bound on humanity’s impact on biodiversity,’ the researchers write.

Large animals – described as megafauna and including elephants, rhinoceroses, polar bears and countless other species worldwide – face the highest rate of decline, a trend that matches previous extinction events.

Large animals – described as megafauna and including elephants, rhinoceroses, polar bears and countless other species worldwide – face the highest rate of decline, a trend that matches previous extinction events.

To history’s steady drumbeat, a human population growing in numbers, per capita consumption and economic inequity has altered or destroyed natural habitats.

Now, the specter of extinction hangs over about 41 percent of all amphibian species and 26 percent of all mammals, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature, which maintains an authoritative list of threatened and extinct species.

‘There are examples of species all over the world that are essentially the walking dead,’ Ehrlich said.

THE FIVE GREAT EXTINCTION EVENTS

Five times, a vast majority of the world’s life has been snuffed out in what have been called mass extinctions, often associated with giant meteor strikes.

End-Ordovician mass extinction
The first of the traditional big five extinction events, around 440 million years ago, was probably the second most severe. Virtually all life was in the sea at the time and around 85% of these species vanished.

Late Devonian mass extinctionAbout 375-359 million years ago, major environmental changes caused a drawn-out extinction event that wiped out major fish groups and stopped new coral reefs forming for 100 million years.

End-Permian mass extinction (the Great Dying)
The largest extinction event and the one that affected the Earth’s ecology most profoundly took place 252 million years ago. As much as 97% of species that leave a fossil record disappeared forever.

End-Triassic mass extinction
Dinosaurs first appeared in the Early Triassic, but large amphibians and mammal-like reptiles were the dominant land animals. The rapid mass extinction that occurred 201 million years ago changed that.

End-Cretaceous mass extinctionAn asteroid slammed down on Earth 66 million years ago, and is often blamed for ending the reign of the dinosaurs.

As species disappear, so do crucial ecosystem services such as honeybees’ crop pollination and wetlands’ water purification.

At the current rate of species loss, people will lose many biodiversity benefits within three generations, the study’s authors write.

 ‘We are sawing off the limb that we are sitting on,’ Ehrlich said.

This chart shows the enormous uptick in species loss over the last century. Since 1500, more than 320 terrestrial vertebrates have become extinct.

This chart shows the enormous uptick in species loss over the last century. Since 1500, more than 320 terrestrial vertebrates have become extinct.

Despite the gloomy outlook, there is a meaningful way forward, according to Ehrlich and his colleagues.

‘Avoiding a true sixth mass extinction will require rapid, greatly intensified efforts to conserve already threatened species, and to alleviate pressures on their populations – notably habitat loss, over-exploitation for economic gain and climate change,’ the study’s authors write.

In the meantime, the researchers hope their work will inform conservation efforts, the maintenance of ecosystem services and public policy.

320 EXTINCTIONS SINCE 1500

Since 1500, more than 320 terrestrial vertebrates have become extinct.

Populations of the remaining species show a 25 percent average decline in abundance, and the situation is similarly dire for invertebrate animal life.

Across vertebrates, 16 to 33 percent of all species are estimated to be globally threatened or endangered.

Large animals – described as megafauna and including elephants, rhinoceroses, polar bears and countless other species worldwide – face the highest rate of decline, a trend that matches previous extinction events.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3131891/The-sixth-mass-extinction-officially-begun-threaten-humanity-s-existence-scientists-warn.html

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Earth is entering sixth extinction phase with many species – including our own – labelled ‘the walking dead’

Report was authored by scientists at Stanford, Princeton and Berkeley

The plant is entering a new period of extinction with top scientists warning that species all over the world are “essentially the walking dead” – including our own.

The report, authored by scientists at Stanford, Princeton and Berkeley universities, found that vertebrates were vanishing at a rate 114 times faster than normal.

In the damning report, published in the Science Advances journal, researchers note that the last similar event was 65 million years ago, when dinosaurs disappeared, most probably as a result of an asteroid.

“We are now entering the sixth great mass extinction event,” one of the authors of the paper told the BBC.

Gerardo Ceballos, lead author of the research, added: “If it is allowed to continue, life would take many millions of years to recover and our species itself would likely disappear early on”.

The research examined historic rates of extinction for vertebrates, finding that since 1900 more than 400 vertebrates have disappeared – an extinction rate 100 times higher than in other – non-extinction – periods.

“There are examples of species all over the world that are essentially the walking dead,” said Stanford University professor Paul Ehrlich.

He added: “We are sawing off the limb that we are sitting on.”

The research, which cites climate change, pollution and deforestation as causes for the rapid change, notes that a knock-on effect of the loss of entire ecosystems could be dire.

As our ecosystems unravel, the Centre for Biological Diversity has noted that we could face a “snowball” effect whereby individual species extinction ultimately fuels more losses.

The report, which builds on findings published by Duke University last year, does note that averting this loss is “still possible through intensified conservation effects,” but that “window of opportunity is rapid closing.”

Source: http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/earth-is-entering-sixth-extinction-phase-with-many-species–including-our-own–labelled-the-walking-dead-10333608.html

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