Milky Way does not cause periodic mass extinctions on Earth: (Reply to: Baker, R.G.V., Flood, P.G. (2015) The Sun-Earth connect 3: lessons from the periodicities of deep time influencing sea-level change and marine extinctions in the geological record, SpringerPlus 4:285)

Abstract : Australian researchers demonstrated that my periods in the Sepkoski record of World marine fossils have solar origin, eliminating possibility of cyclic galactic causes to mass extinctions.
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M Omerbashich. Milky Way does not cause periodic mass extinctions on Earth: (Reply to: Baker, R.G.V., Flood, P.G. (2015) The Sun-Earth connect 3: lessons from the periodicities of deep time influencing sea-level change and marine extinctions in the geological record, SpringerPlus 4:285). 2015. ⟨hal-01184503⟩

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