Increased Biodiversity From Warming Is Apparently Bad

Ever notice that Warmists always see the cup as empty?

(Guardian) Periods of the earth’s warming are associated with an increase in biodiversity, according to a study published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. While this may sound like good news, the timescales involved cancel out any benefits they might experience from the rising temperatures.

Mayhew said: “What seems to be happening is that when we get a warming, this coincides with an upward shift in biodiversity in groups of organisms. So it looks like warm periods are boosting the generation of new species and that’s improving biodiversity. However a bit later, and when I say ‘a bit’, I mean several millions of years later, you get extinctions occurring.”

Overall, according to the story, biodiversity generally improves. So, it’s better but not better but maybe better….isn’t this what Darwinism is all about? Weird how Warmists turn into flat earthers, eh?

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