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Asteroid dust could have led to a massive explosion of life on Earth 466 million a year ago

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Nearly one-half billion years ago, there was a huge explosion of species development on Earth, and so the bio-diversity of animals increase dramatically, but the real reason for the event is still a mystery.

In a new paper published Wednesday in the Science to Progress, scientists will show that, in the event it in the beginning went hand in hand with the largest documented asteroid break-in of the asteroid belt during the past two million years.

The crack, which was caused by a collision with another asteroid, or comet, it would have spread huge amounts of dust in the solar system.

“The blocking effect of this compound may have a partially stopped up with the sunlight that reaches the Earth, resulting in reduced operating temperatures,” study co-author Birger Schmitz, a professor of nuclear physics at Lund University, writes for The Conversation. “We know that the climate is changing from being more or less homogeneous, being divided into different climate zones – from the Arctic conditions at the poles and in the tropical heat at the equator. The high level of diversity of invertebrate animals, including green algae, primitive fish, cephalopods, and corals, which was an adaptation to the new environment.”

DID THE EGYPTIANS, INNOVATION, AND THE MYSTERIOUS BIBLICAL KINGDOM OF 3000 YEARS AGO.

A new study claims that a tremendous explosion of diversity on the planet went hand in hand with the spread of asteroid dust in the solar system.
(Fox News)

A RARE 10-MILLION-YEAR-OLD FOSSIL IS STILL A NEW VISION OF HUMAN EVOLUTION

The scientists cite evidence in a detailed study of the seabed sediments, in Sweden and in Russia, are “fossil rocks”, or rocks that fell on the Earth and in the past have been preserved, like an animal in the fossils.

This, and his coworkers have studied the distribution of the very fine-grained, with very little substance in the sediment, and the determination of the extra-terrestrial in origin due to the discovery of helium and other substances in the sediment.

“Our results clearly show that there are enormous quantities of fine-grained dust of the Earth, it reached a short time after the crash,” says Schmitz.

The work has implications for climate change research, and the rise in temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere, and that is it.

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