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Natural Disasters Doomed Early Supe Valley Civilization

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A civilization that existed 3,600 years ago in Supe Valley, in what is now Peru, was doomed by natural disasters. A massive earthquake, or series of earthquakes, collapsed buildings and launched mudslides from the surrounding mountain walls. An El Nino event then brought heavy rains, which damaged irrigation systems and made the area uninhabitable. All this without anthropogenic sources of carbon dioxide. If this were to happen today, it would surely be blamed on global warming.


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A social and fiscal conservative, I scour the news for information that disputes the current man-made global warming indoctrination that takes place around the world. I take a rather sarcastic approach to reporting on the nonsense being spewed by the talking heads in the media and the governments around the world.

One Comment on “Natural Disasters Doomed Early Supe Valley Civilization”

  • Eve wrote on 26 January, 2009, 19:42

    They or we could call it anything we want. Neither name calling or slowing Co2 emissions will not stop the natural chain of events. The only hope we have is to adapt. Which we should be better at now but…? is an Privacy Policy and Legal
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