It has been recorded that a sudden increase in the Earth’s temperature 180 million years ago has killed several species. Now, it is being postulated that climate change could aggrandize the invasion of dominating species into wider ranges, according to new research published in Molecular Ecology. This phenomenon is supported by the genetic history of a goby species in the Eastern Atlantic. The species appears to have expanded its range dramatically when the world warmed about 150,000 years ago. This finding has broader implications beyond aquatic reef fish. Each year billions of dollars are wasted because of invasive species. It is in the US alone, the damage caused by the invasive species, and the cumulative expense of controlling them is estimated at $137 billion a year. A study by Cornell University in 1999 has recorded this. It seems global warming is eating into both ecology and economy – an ideal situation to desecrate the global civilization as a whole.