sovereignman.com / Simon Black / November 24, 2017
251 million years ago, the Great Permian Extinction wiped out around 96% of Earth’s species.
Scientists call it “the great dying.” And they believe it occurred because of an eruption in Siberia that released more than 200 billion gallons of molten lava.
The lava released large amounts of Sulphur dioxide and carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, causing the Earth to warm by about 14 degrees Fahrenheit. Acid rain followed.
Almost nothing survived. Rolf Schmidt, a paleontologist at the Melbourne Museum said the event “set life back 300 million years.”
And that was only one of five mass extinctions that have happened throughout our planet’s history.
The best known is the end of the Cretaceous period some 66 million years ago… that’s when the dinosaurs died off.
But Elon Musk, the billionaire founder of Tesla, thinks another mass extinction is coming. And he’s dedicated himself to saving us.
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