@NatGeo
National Geographic
7 days ago
One theory proposes that during or after the Great Dying—when more than 50 million Indigenous people died as a result European colonization—forests bounced back enough to affect global climate. But a new study finds no evidence for such a scenario https://t.co/1vG8Ntq4I4
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@oOUdieOo
SieteCincuenta$
7 days ago
@NatGeo Science!
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@drbknight
Used to be disgusted🎷🚵🏻‍♂️🏩☮️🇨🇦🏴‍☠️🍺🥓
7 days ago
@NatGeo Didn’t something similar happen after the Black Death?
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@TTec2020
think_tec2020
7 days ago
@NatGeo Nature and life always have a regular and predictable trend. And has a recovery period. But when it is attacked by an unknown and uncontrollable agent, and it feels threatened, it reacts.
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@TTec2020
think_tec2020
7 days ago
@NatGeo I call this reaction the green shield, which is the reaction of the DNA of the constituent elements of life.
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@DeeSchuster6
Dee Schuster
7 days ago
@NatGeo Interesting
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