The Sixth Extinction
Elizabeth Kolbert talked about her book, The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History, in which she argues that we are currently undergoing a sixth mass extinction (five others have occurred over the past 500 million years). She said that it is likely that this one, the result of human action, will be the most devastating. Ms. Kolbert spoke at the Seattle Town Hall. close
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