Geology is Destiny

Big Picture Science Radio show - Geology is Destiny

Geology is big history. If the Ice Age had been a bit warmer, the U.S. might have only 13 states. But humanity has introduced its own geologic era, the Anthropocene. Will our descendants dig up our plastic refuse to study it the way we study dinosaur bones? Also, a new study of the dodo bird shows that its extinction was due to habitat problems, not low IQ.
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