A Cosmic Event “Adjusted” Life On Earth 2.5 Million Years Ago

An Astrophysicist has recently found that two nearby supernovas that exploded 2.5 and 8 million years ago could have produced a phased depletion of the ozone layer and consequently an adjustment in the life of the Earth. Precisely then, 2.5 million years ago, Earth was going through a turbulent time as the surface changed dramatically. Our planet was switching from the Pliocene to the Pleistocene— colloquially referred to as the Ice Age. The Pleistocene is… Seguir leyendo