Jan 11, 2013 - Common Dreams
Scientists: Humans, animals will have to adapt to survive
"Catastrophic" mass extinction is likely within the next 100 years as the earth's temperature increases approximately 6º C and carbon dioxide accumulates in the atmosphere, predict scientists studying the last time the temperature rose rapidly by that much—55 million years ago.
Animals will shrink in order to survive and adapt to exist on less nourishing food, according to the Bighorn Basin Coring Project, currently being conducted by scientists from the US, UK, Germany and the Netherlands who are studying the last time the planet's temperature rose rapidly by 6º C, Climate News Network reports....
IF YOU AREN'T ALARMED ABOUT CLIMATE, YOU AREN'T PAYING ATTENTION http://www.scoop.it/t/changingplanet/p/3994884588/if-you-aren-t-alarmed-about-climate-you-aren-t-paying-attention
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