And then did we decide that giant meteors were possibly not the cause of mass extinction. We did decide that perhaps magnetic blips resulting in SUPER volcanoes (1) were the cause (praise Science). Please do disregard our past theories, or keep them in mind, in case we bring them up again as THE explanation.
“The weakening of Earth’s magnetic field exposed the surface to a shower of cosmic radiation, says Yukio Isozaki of the University of Tokyo. He believes the radiation broke nitrogen in the atmosphere into ions that acted as seeds for clouds enshrouding the planet.”
Yes, we, naturalistic atheists of the TRUE FAITH do believe in a firmament. Not one that a god had to do with, but the real one that actually happened (praise Science). We shall explain the global flood from a naturalistic perspective soon (i.e., true perspective), but we’ll use computer simulations, and it will be very, very, far in the past. Therefore, you can do nothing other than believe, unless you are stupid and lacking faith in random processes. So, at the 250 Million Years Ago point, did a plume of super hot material begin rising through the mantle of the Earth.
This did upset the convection of the core, and did throw the Earth’s magnetic field in disarray. This did result in massive Global Cooling, and the sea levels did drop (praise Science). And then did, 5 million years later, the super-hot material did burst through the surface of the Earth in 3 massive super-volcanoes! Individually, they were inadequate, but all together, they did result in massive death (praise Science). As we have taught you before, through death comes life. If we do teach you one thing, this is the most important. So, did exactly 67% of life become extinct. That was a close one, but our ancestors did live until they died (praise Science).
(1). Did magnetic blip trigger mass extinction? MSNBC.
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