The human experience on our pale blue dot has lasted for less than 10 one-billionths of cosmic history surrounded by a vast lifeless space, yet we Humans are congratulating ourselves,” says Peter Brannen author of Ends of the World about the current reign of …
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“Ten One-Billionths of Cosmic History” –Past Homo Species Could Not Survive Intense Climate Change (Weekend Fe - The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel

The human experience on our pale blue dot has lasted for less than 10 one-billionths of cosmic history surrounded by a vast lifeless space, yet we Humans are congratulating ourselves, says Peter Bran… [+5280 chars]

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