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Thursday, 27 October 2016
There's a fascinating new theory about why the world plummets into ice ages every 100,000 years
For the past million years or so, the Earth has gone through an ice age every 100,000 years. Nobody knows precisely why. Before that, colder summers occurred about every 40,000 years until the Earth entered a phase called the middle Pleistocene transition where the intervals became over twice as long. Researchers at Cardiff University have just put forward their new theory — — about why this cycle changed so dramatically. As it turns out, some...
Full Story: The Independent

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