Thursday, November 30, 2006

Marine Life Leaped From Simple to Complex After Greatest Mass Extinction

The greatest “great dying,” 251 million years ago, erased 95 percent of species in the oceans (and most vertebrates on land). But new research suggests that it was followed by an explosion of complexity in marine life, one that has persisted ever since.

My only question is how does this match up with the great flood and a world only 6,000 years old?

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