Scientists finally solve 390 million-year-old 'murder mystery' from an ancient supercontinent

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"The team also thinks that this historic extinction mirrors what is happening to today's polar ecosystems as a result of human-caused climate change."

It's astonishing to me how in the same article it's acknowledged that the earth's climate has been forever changing - and will forever be changing. Yet, the religion of man-made global warming must be honored. Yeah, sure.
 
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The second image is not correctly identified. These are not brachiopods, but Tentaculites. Brachiopods are bivalves similar to modern-day clams but with a different symmetry.
 
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"The team also thinks that this historic extinction mirrors what is happening to today's polar ecosystems as a result of human-caused climate change."

It's astonishing to me how in the same article it's acknowledged that the earth's climate has been forever changing - and will forever be changing. Yet, the religion of man-made global warming must be honored. Yeah, sure.
Yes, it is true that the environment has always been changing and will always continue to change of natural causes. The notable thing is that the current extinction rate, which is directly caused by the actions of humans, is hundreds to thousands of times higher than the natural extinction rate. The only other comparable extinction rates have been due to monstrous events such as asteroids and massive volcanic eruptions.

Here is a good article that explains it briefly: