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Mass Extinction Predicted for 2100

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Planet Earth appears to be on course for the start of a sixth mass extinction of life by about 2100 because of the amount of carbon being pumped into the atmosphere, according to a mathematical study of the five previous events in the last 540 million years.

Professor Daniel Rothman, co-director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Lorenz Centre, theorised that disturbances in the natural cycle of carbon through the atmosphere, oceans, plant and animal life played a role in mass die-offs of animals and plants.

So he studied 31 times when there had been such changes and found four out of the five previous mass extinctions took place when the disruption crossed a “threshold of catastrophic change”.

Source: http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/mass-extinction-global-planet-start-year-2100-a7957886.html

If we survive tomorrow's doomsday.

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The significance of September 23rd is simply that a celestial convergence of constellations and planets will occur that will fulfill a picture that was painted in scripture a couple of millennia ago.  If a person actually reads some of the commentaries, it IS very interesting.  Christians are not the ones panicking and running around like their hair is on fire.  Those with any knowledge of eschatology ( the study of "last things") understand this is just another indicator of the times we are living in.


This article explains it better.  The guy is just pushing a CT for PR and $


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