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Mass Extinction

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Mass extiction is significant decline of a certain group of fauceirs over a relatively short period of time.

Mass extinction has to be distinguished from normal death rates in connection with faueir's normal turn-over. All evolving fauceirs face mass extinction at some level of evolution. Namely when those faucers grow so abundant that they begin to form a new master fauceir. Mass extinction is kind of a feedback process of a newly formed master fauceir to control its slaves.

Mass extinction occurs whenever a master fauceir favors an increase in number of slave fauceirs instead of an increase in complexity. The mere quantitative growth leads to a shortage of resources.

Examples

  • The extinction of Dinosaurs
  • Cretatious mass extinction
  • Reduction of population density by pests
  • Cyclic economic crises
  • Inflation

Tags: Evolution Theory

 
   

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