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Extreme weather preceded collapse of Maya civilization
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1266452:MV8yMDQ4NjIwXzM0NDI1MTU2X0YwOUZBMDVC] [quote:Oyster:MV8yMDQ4NjIwXzM0NDI0OTM3XzY3NkQwMTk2] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1266452:MV8yMDQ4NjIwXzM0NDI0ODY2XzZDREZBRjcy] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1487375:MV8yMDQ4NjIwXzM0NDI0ODUwX0FFOTE1OTg0] [quote:Witch King:MV8yMDQ4NjIwXzM0NDI0MzU4X0FDMUYzRTU3] May be proof that climate change ends civilizations. [/quote] its a fact [/quote] Wouldn't an intelligent civilization just move to a more thriving environment? [/quote] or adapt to their new environment [/quote] You can't adapt to a drought. No water = strife. [/quote]
An extended drought between A.D. 1020 and 1100 that likely corresponded with crop failures, death, famine, migration and, ultimately, the collapse of the Maya population.
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