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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Abby Rogerson


Newly found microfossils suggest life existed in the hostile, low-oxygen early earth conditions.
SCIENCE

Newly discovered fossils are oldest evidence of life

Four billion years ago, Earth was a hostile place with a thin atmosphere made mainly of carbon dioxide, volcanoes everywhere and oxygen levels too low to support air-breathing organisms. Nonetheless, a recent discovery of 4.28—3.75 billion-year-old microfossils suggests life existed under such conditions.

Newly found microfossils suggest life existed in the hostile, low-oxygen early earth conditions.
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Newly discovered fossils are oldest evidence of life

Four billion years ago, Earth was a hostile place with a thin atmosphere made mainly of carbon dioxide, volcanoes everywhere and oxygen levels too low to support air-breathing organisms. Nonetheless, a recent discovery of 4.28—3.75 billion-year-old microfossils suggests life existed under such conditions.

SCIENCE

Dispelling the concerns, misconceptions of GMOs

Although genetically engineered foods made their first appearance on grocery store shelves back in 1994, they still remain a topic of contention in today’s society. While some believe GE foods are the key to feeding Earth’s growing population, others see them as a threat to human and environmental health. These attitudes are shaped by a myriad of different stakeholders. The consensus of a National Academy of Sciences committee, as noted in their recent report on GE crops, is that no GE food created to date poses a threat to environmental or human health.

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