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A story about when oxygen first accumulated in the atmosphere, and killed many organisms

A recent article in Nature, led by Sean Crowe from the University of British Columbia, has posited that oxygen may have first appeared in significant concentrations in the atmosphere 3 billion years ago, much further back than the accepted estimates of 2.3 billion years ago. ┬áThis article has received some coverage in the mainstream media, […]