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Response to Judi Lynn (Reply #6)

Wed Jul 22, 2020, 09:26 PM

7. I've been a lifelong anthropology and archeology nerd junkie

Our ancestors we amazing.

There was one very poignant research paper published last year? Maybe you posted it.

When European diseases killed 95+ of native Americans, and they abandoned the agricultural lands, the regrowth of forests drew down enough CO2 to cool the planet.

If you look at (asshole) DeSoto's description of southern NA mound and corn societies, and what other Europeans found 100 years later, it was shocking

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