Evolution of Earth: life's contribution (Evolution)

by David Turell @, Sunday, July 07, 2019, 15:16 (398 days ago) @ Balance_Maintained

Many life forms contribute to the environment on Earth. The role of shelled forms to the oceans:


"'During the Earth's history there have been several major events that shaped the evolution of life on our planet, such as the five big mass extinctions or the radiation of complex animals during the 'Cambrian Explosion'. Our research identifies a previously overlooked event of this magnitude around 170 million years ago when the emergence of calcium carbonate-secreting plankton lifted constraints on the evolution of other marine organisms that we did not know existed. As a result, life in the ocean has diversified to levels far beyond what existed before.'"

David Comment: The evolution of the Earth was influenced by the life that developed upon it. It is a two way street: a special planet is built for life, and with life Earth was changed to safer more balanced environment.Only design does this, realizing how special the Earth is by design.

Tony: This sounds very much like confirmation of my old speculation that God used the stages of evolution to prepare the earth.

Sure fits

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