Ancient Ruins in Deserts Prove Climate Change by Alteration of Hydrologic Cycle Much Less Rainfall for What Reason?


Now acknowledged by almost all ancient historians and archaeologists is that climate change caused “the bronze age collapse” when cities were abandoned as the surroundings turned into desert, by a drastic decrease of rainfall obviously, and big settlements such as next to ancient lake Gobero of Niger, in the heart of the Sahara, also turned to desert at the same time (circa 1300 b. c.), after all, the ocean need have been warmer (having been heated from below) for the evaporation to form the clouds for that greater rainfall, during the Ice Age, in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood.