Not by Fire but by Ice
THE NEXT ICE AGE - NOW!
Discover What Killed the Dinosaurs . . . and Why it Could Soon Kill Us
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26 Apr 10 - Last week, British researchers claimed that a sudden drop in sea temperature more than 137 million years ago was the first step towards the dinosaur extinction. (See Dinosaurs wiped out by sudden cooling, not comet)
In a not-so-subtle attempt to pin the blame on CO2, Gregory Price of Plymouth University, who led the study, said the sudden cooling in the Atlantic Gulf Stream came when the Earth was in a ''greenhouse'' climate very similar to today's.
Today I received this very insightful email from a reader.
I would like to add a comment about the assertion by British
Researchers that a
Most pointedly; " Gregory Price of Plymouth University, who led the
The Atlantic Gulf Stream did not exist 137 million years ago.
South America was still attached to Africa, and the gap between
I wish these researchers were actually experts in their fields, and
Warmest personal regards,
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