10 Mass Level Extinctions We’re Terrified Of
The year 2012 approached us rather quickly, and then passed us without any massive problems occurring for the human race. A lot of doomsday theorists said the world was going to come to an end, but that end never came to fruition. These doomsday events are said to be capable of wiping out all life on the planet, and that may make some people fearful, but the simple fact of the matter is that it is not going to happen anytime soon. Theorists still blow up the news with their theories, causing panic and fear. Here are ten mass level extinctions we’re absolutely terrified of.
Should the sea levels ever drop considerably, then the majority of the world’s ocean life will die off completely. That is bad enough, but the weather will also change, leading a mass extinctions on land, too. That means human beings.
Impact events include the devastating catastrophe that would occur when an asteroid smashes into the world after spinning through space for quite some time. Should a rock hit the planet, “dust and particles” would blot out the sun and we would probably die from mega-tsunamis and global fires. If we survived those, though, most of the human race would probably succumb to the winter that would last 6 months or more, reducing temperatures all over the planet to below freezing.