|by Justin Sullivan|
"Certainly, countless species have adapted to past climate fluctuations. However, their rate of change turns out to be painfully slow....most land animals will not be able to evolve quickly enough to adapt to the dramatically warmer climate expected by 2100. Many species face extinction, as a result....Either evolution speeds up 10,000-fold, which is an unlikely occurrence, or there will be widespread extinctions."here's a few we lost in the last decade in which species extinction, "is far greater than anything the world has experienced in the past 65 million years."
Maybe if we focus on animals, we can convince more people to get involved in the fight against current government policies and the undemocratic control corporation have over legislation and enforcement.
Then again, I thought phthalates would finally be banned when their connection to small penis size made news. Well, it's worth a shot.