By now you probably know that the Earth is in an epic collapse, and humans are in the midst of a new and terrible pandemic that has brought a pandemic to the American continent.
But what does it all mean?
For a long time, people have tried to answer this question by talking about the Earth as it is.
This is an argument that I will use to describe the current collapse.
In this case, it is a case of “all things being equal”.
The collapse means that we are all on the same footing as the dinosaurs.
And the dinosaurs were the most important of all life forms, in the sense that they were the ones who created and drove the evolution of life on this planet.
As we know, the most successful life forms have evolved from those that evolved from the dinosaurs, and this process is known as convergent evolution.
If you look at any organism that has survived, the first step in the evolution is to lose some of the genes that have been important for survival, and that is how we can say that some organisms have survived by evolving into a new species.
This process can be seen in all animals, not just animals that have survived extinction.
The first step of convergent life evolution is loss of genes.
So when the dinosaurs disappeared, they wiped out a whole host of other life forms.
But as soon as we came back to the Earth, we found a new group of life forms that were more efficient than the dinosaurs and we began to get some of those genes back.
The other big change in life on the planet was the emergence of microbes.
Microbes are like the little cousins of bacteria and they were quite different.
In a nutshell, they were all little organisms that came together to create new life.
For example, when we were first living on the Earth in the late Jurassic Period, they had the same structure and they had a lot of the same genes, and it looked like they would be successful.
But then we found out that they evolved a lot faster and we started to see their diversity decrease.
This was a good thing.
We got to see that our new bacteria were really good at producing new proteins and other useful molecules.
But eventually, this evolved into an ecological crisis, because our bacteria got so big that we started killing each other off.
The ecological crisis is when you have a whole new species that you have no idea how to adapt to.
In fact, you might find out that the bacteria are so small and small that they don’t even make a difference to your food supply.
But this is what the evolutionary biologist call a “natural selection event”, and in the case of microbes, that selection event was a natural selection of their genes.
We all know what happened next.
If all the genes were lost, they would die out.
But if some of them were preserved, they could provide a new benefit to the environment and we could keep them alive.
So we started doing this selection again, this time over the next few hundred million years.
It didn’t matter how good our bacteria were at producing proteins and all the other molecules that they needed to survive.
The only thing that mattered was that they could produce new proteins.
And what happened was that as the genes we had lost were gone, the new organisms started evolving.
As soon as new bacteria emerged, they changed everything.
They started producing proteins that were useful to the microbes.
So this happened again and again.
But it was important that this happened so that the new microbes could continue to evolve.
This meant that the environment had to keep improving over time.
It was important for the new species to evolve so that they did not need to survive in an inhospitable environment.
So the evolutionary process went on for several hundred million generations.
We have all these species in our evolutionary tree, but if we look at how the environment has changed over the course of this evolutionary process, we see that the life forms with the most to gain are the ones that have the most genes.
They have all the potential to evolve into the next big thing.
This evolutionary process is called convergent change.
What happens in a convergent process?
The process of converging evolution happens when new organisms arise and the environment improves.
This happens by the introduction of new genes into the organisms.
This means that the organisms are evolving to make a different type of protein that is better for their needs, or different types of molecules that could be useful to them.
So in the first instance, the organism that you are looking at is evolving to be a different species from the other organisms that you know.
So for example, the bacteria that we think of as the ancestors of our modern species are evolving into the microbes that we see today.
But in the process of evolution, you are seeing the evolution happening in a way that is beneficial to them, rather than harmful to them as we might expect.
This has led some evolutionary biologists to call it “cosmopolitanism”.
But it is actually