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We've had a good run of it. In the 500,000 years Homo sapiens has roamed the land we've built cities, created complex languages, and sent robotic scouts to other planets. It's difficult to imagine it all coming to an end. Yet 99 percent of all species that ever lived have gone extinct, including every one of our hominid ancestors. In 1983, British cosmologist Brandon Carter framed the "Doomsday argument," a statistical way to judge when we might join them.
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Yes, they do occasionally kill people but, those they kill were in the wrong place at the wrong time.
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Prime Constelations 20 items ranked
A list with some of the most important constelations.
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Extinct North American animals during last 10,000 years.
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Sci-Fi Shows
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Sci-Fi Books
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Science Names (Molecules)
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Unique Pseudosciences
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Favorite Theories
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