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PostSubject: Study suggests the 'Age of Man' began in 1610.    Study suggests the 'Age of Man' began in 1610.  EmptyMon Mar 16, 2015 11:12 pm

The Anthropocene - a new geological time period that marks the "Age of man" - began in 1610, a study suggests.

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The arrival of Christopher Columbus in the Americas started an exchange of people, crops - and disease

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An interesting read Village but a bit too sweeping to be definitive imo. Look out for the next 'Golden Spike' in the hisory of planet earth..... the day Iggy agreed with something Les said and didn't look to be offended by a different POV.
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Les Miserable wrote:
An interesting read Village but a bit too sweeping to be definitive imo. Look out for the next 'Golden Spike' in the hisory of planet earth..... the day Iggy agreed with something Les said and didn't look to be offended by a different POV.

Here we go again, I rest my case.
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Pigs dont seem to have evolved much pig pig
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Iggy wrote:
Les Miserable wrote:
An interesting read Village but a bit too sweeping to be definitive imo. Look out for the next 'Golden Spike' in the hisory of planet earth..... the day Iggy agreed with something Les said and didn't look to be offended by a different POV.

Here we go again, I rest my case.

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spowell the mod .
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lawnmowerman wrote:
spowell the mod .

lol! That would go down well on here I'm sure lol!
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We've got an election coming. popcorn
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I've already had my one election of the season.
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Brent lover.
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... and a few on here have a nonsense opinion of me. Rolling Eyes
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... and a few on here have a nonsense opinion of me. Rolling Eyes
maybe so but you still can stand as a mod.
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Hated already, half way there. Very Happy Olly Argyles alter ego.
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