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 n.— «In [Rev. Thomas] Berry’s view, the planet is moving out of the 65-million-year Cenozoic era, during which the major developments of life occurred, into a new uncertain age he calls the Ecozoic. “The major developments of the Cenozoic took place entirely apart from any human intervention,” he says. “In the Ecozoic the human will have a comprehensive influence on almost everything that happens.”» —“Defenders Of Nature” by Thomas J. Billitteri in Saint Leo St. Petersburg Times (Florida) May 18, 1991. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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