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Extreme weather preceded collapse of Maya civilization
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:Copernica:MV8yMDQ4NjIwXzM0NDI5OTI3XzhDMUNFODBB] [quote:T Ceti H.C. Radnarg:MV8yMDQ4NjIwXzM0NDI3MzQ1X0Q5MDBEQzQ1] ]...what theory?...cant you critically think? where are the burial sites for the so called ancient civilizations that would have had millions and millions of humans and dont forget the industries it took to feed and cloth those millions and millions of the general populations...where's all that missing evidence? the lack of enough physical evidence shows history is a staged lie...anyone can see that if they take into account the general population,the industries and their artifacts that are missing... that which we have been told of the so called ancient civilizations stinks to high heaven...kenniwick man bones were supposed to be 10,000 years old,if his bones can survive then a 100 million other bones can survive too...the lies are catching up with the liars...they didn't cover their tracks very well... [/quote] Lack of bodies - how about they burned them? or they left the bodies to be picked clean by animals and whatever the animals left, was burned or used as tools and whatnot? We also know that bodies were mummified and stashed in caves. Then there's the actual burying part - if contained to small family plots, maybe we just haven't found them? We still haven't found all the HUGE temples! So it's not at all suspicious we haven't found all itty bitty bones. Industries? Why would they need industries? And why would there be ruins of them if they existed? If you're working out of a wood hut or lean to or in the open air - there isn't going to be much evidence you were ever there. Again....big temples are still being discovered...so maybe we just haven't FOUND them yet. You're making a lot of assumptions to reach your conclusions. [/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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