Plankton - Ganja Killed The Dinosaurs FLAC album
What wiped out the dinosaurs? Most of us were taught it was a killer asteroid-which is true.
Dinosaurs, of course, had no way to prevent the asteroid that killed them, writes Steve Brusatte. But we have a choice-we can still stop, or at least slow down, pumping toxins into the atmosphere
Plankton "Ganja Killed the Dinosaurs"LP/CD (Ochre, Distributed by SRD). Rock, Reggae & Soul- Churning rhythms, abstract time patterns and blood curdling vocals from Plankton, whose debut album "Ganja killed the Dinosaurs" (Ochre) was released on Monday. Time Out magazine Nov 11th 1998. Reply Notify me Helpful.
The Phlebotinum Killed the Dinosaurs trope as used in popular culture. Often ignored in fictional portrayals is that the dinosaurs were the top of a food chain–wide extinction event; the "direct" victims of the event (whatever it was) probably would have been plants, algae, and plankton, and it was their disappearance that killed the animals which ate them, killing the animals which ate them, etc.
What killed the dinosaurs? New rocky evidence has been emerging about the dinos’ final days. Jan 31, 2017 - 7:10 am EST. This is an artist’s representation of what may have killed the dinosaurs – although he took some license in representing species that were not all alive at the same time. Claus Lunau/Science Source. Below the turquoise waters of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula lies the site of a long ago mass murder. Some are tiny animals. Others are plantlike organisms. Although individual plankton are very small, they form massive colonies, numbering in the billions. The largest animal in the world, the blue whale, lives on plankton. scenario An imagined situation of how events or conditions might play out.
Dinosaur is the debut studio album by the alternative rock band Dinosaur Jr. It was released in 1985 on Homestead Records. The album exhibits a folkier side of the band than on future releases, but some of the tracks on the album showed off a much heavier, more hardcore punk-based side to the band in songs such as "Does it Float", "Mountain Man", and "Bulbs of Passion".
For several years, Keller has argued that volcanic activity killed the dinosaurs. But proponents of the Alvarez hypothesis argue that a giant meteorite impact at Chicxulub, Mexico, around 65 million years ago released toxic amounts of dust and gas into the atmosphere, blocking out the sun to cause widespread cooling, choking the dinosaurs and poisoning sea life. The meteorite may impact may also have set off volcanic activity, earthquakes and tsunamis. We call it a disaster opportunist," Keller told LiveScience.
Plankton repopulate the Chicxulub Crater in the first years after the impact of the asteroid that caused the end Cretaceous mass extinction. John Maisano and the University of Texas. In other words, understanding how marine life at the crater rebounded even while dinosaurs and their contemporaries were snuffed out could offer critical insight into other mass extinction events. This includes the ongoing disappearance of many of the Earth’s animal species, which many scientists blame on climate change and other effects of humans’ impact on the planet.
Geological evidence also holds clues and has contributed to many hypotheses, working explanations of how dinosaurs may have become extinct. The extinction mystery is far from a simple "whodunit. A dinosaur extinction hypothesis is a testable statement describing factors that may have contributed to the dinosaurs' demise and how long the process may have taken. Evidence, observation, and experimentation can serve to support or disprove a hypothesis. Regardless of its ultimate acceptance or rejection, though, a valid hypothesis provides direction for future scientific inquiry.
The dinosaurs might have faced an unfortunate coincidence of a one-two punch – of Deccan volcanism and then a hit from space, We just show the Deccan eruptions might have had a significant impact – no pun intended. Ice Age. A team from Holland and Italy discovered fossilised cold water plankton that dates back 65 million years in an area that had previously been warm see in Tunisia. Dinoflagellates and Benthic Formanifera plankton were found in the first time-dated fossils that provide clear evidence of climate swings.
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NotesAll titles by Plankton 1998. Recorded in London.
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