8 times nature was totally metal in 2020

This year, a lively debate raged in the scientific community: Just how metal (see: epic, awesome, brutal) was nature in 2020?

Following yet another year of record wildfires, hurricanes and high temperatures, climate scientists determined that 2020 was in fact the most metal year on record since record-keeping began. But paleontologists countered, saying that nature was actually way more metal 200 million years ago, while astronomers argued that the most metal stuff in the universe happened billions of years ago, and we’re only now just seeing it.

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