July 13, 2017
“Earth’s sixth mass extinction event under way.” So said a recent Guardian headline, in reference to a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. It describes a “biological annihilation” with up to 50% of all individual animals on earth lost to extinction over the past few decades. Habitat destruction, climate change and pollution have wiped out “billions of populations of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians.”
The Elliott wave model suggests that growth in the diversity of life on earth has unfolded in a five-wave pattern spanning 600 million years. Socionomist Alan Hall’s 2015 Social Mood Conference presentation reveals the ubiquitous fractal and spiral patterns in nature, solar luminosity, atmospheric evolution, mineral evolution and species extinctions.
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