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Supervolcano: The Catastrophic Event That Changed the Course of Human History: Could Yellowstone Be NextApproximately 75,000 years ago, an event occurred that almost wiped out human life According to a stunning new theory, this singular event may also have completely altered the genetic evolution of humankind It was an event that released 3,000 times the energy of Mr St Helens The new book, Supervolcano, explores this eruption of the Toba supervolcano in Sumatra, Indonesia, its far reaching impact, and the strong possibility of another supervolcano eruption in our lifetime Supervolcanoes are considered one of the five biggest threats to humankind, along with asteroids, nuclear war, disease, and global warming But of those, supervolcanoes are the only threat that cannot be prevented And their effects are catastrophic So devastating was the Toba eruption and the sheer amount of ash it released into the atmosphere, it altered the global climate for years, creating a mini Ice Age that obliterated massive amounts of plant, animal, and human life A new theory claims this earth shattering event also caused a severe population bottleneck in humans, leading to the eventual extinction of all other branches of our species with the exception of onethe branch that survived Toba and became modern humans. New Download Supervolcano: The Catastrophic Event That Changed the Course of Human History: Could Yellowstone Be Next author John M. Savino For Kindle ePUB or eBook – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 287 pages
  • Supervolcano: The Catastrophic Event That Changed the Course of Human History: Could Yellowstone Be Next
  • John M. Savino
  • English
  • 07 February 2017
  • 1564149536

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  1. Piece o shite.This is supposed to be about science but one of the co authors is an ordained New Age minister with no science background at all although she s very interested in paranormal phenomena WTF I gave up on the book shortly after I came upon the section devoted to the importance of volcanoes to Scientologists.In addition, the book was either not copyedited at all or copyedited by the worst copy editor on the planet Tons of typos and affect ...

  2. A very interesting topic but muddled by too many deviations, including a scenario of a possible supereruption in our days.

  3. Less than scientific..A lot of interesting information, a lot of conjecture.There were some facts I was unaware of, but also a lot of psycho babble How the effects of the Toba eruption would effect the psychology of survivors, and be transmitted to people today by cellular memory No proof to back that up It s ok to present theories in a nonfiction book, but too many theories in one book tend to make it all seem wildly improbable.Toba did erupt, and there does seem to be proof of a subsequen Less than scientific..A lot of interesting information, a lot of conjecture.There were some facts I was unaware of, but also a lot of psycho babble How the effects of the Toba eruption would effect the psych...

  4. My rationale errors in data reported for volumes, used linear measurements instead rather consistently over a large number of pages.A rarity for me to publicly say, I did not finish a book, but this is one instance in which I feel obligated to do so There are many, clear instances where factual data are reported incorrectly Specifically, volumes are cited using distance names rather than the appropriate, cubic ones I suspect that the difference of having or not having a superscripted 3 is My rationale errors in data reported for volumes, used linear measurements instead rather consistently over a large number...

  5. Lots of theories and psychobabble and badly formatted It was a meh book, kind of boring, and with fonts that were distracting as well as things like a graph paper design around pictures that made the captions har...

  6. Pretty scary to think of these huge calderas right here in North America The Toba one devestated the early human population and almost made us go extinct but we were resiliant enough to live through it Pretty amazing that all humans at toda...

  7. Excellent book on a human population bottleneck 70000 years agoThis book explores in detail the history of the Toba supervolcano eruption about 74,000 years ago and it s effect on human evolution in the aftermath of the volcanic winter that ...

  8. The geologic information on volcano s was good I skipped the last chapter.

  9. It started off interesting enough, but went completely off the rails when it started getting into genetic trauma.

  10. A well written book that doesnt require any specialist knowledge as the author explains the science well.