Study: Earth In Middle Of ‘Sixth Extinction’

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Study: Earth In Middle Of ‘Sixth Extinction’

According to a new study published in the journal Science, earth is in the middle of its sixth mass extinction of biological life, which is being caused by human beings destroying habitats, disrupting climates, and killing wildlife. What do you think?

  • “Typical scientists, blaming everybody but themselves.”

    Patrick Weston
    Mortgage Rate Adjuster
  • “Don’t look at me. I compost.”

    Jennifer Houseman
    Typeface Setter
  • “We can stop this. Just tell me where to text.”

    Scott Richeson
    Bucket Stacker