Cracking Down On Ancient SUV’s

The western US had multi-century droughts with CO2 below 290 PPM, which led to cannibalism and war. Climate experts hope to take us back to that stable climate.

Cannibalism, Warfare, and Drought in the Mesa Verde Region during the Twelfth Century 

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4 Responses to Cracking Down On Ancient SUV’s

  1. Colorado Wellington says:

    Whatever you do, don’t call these man-eaters Anasazi. That name is frowned upon in Progressive circles. The modern Pueblo people demand that we call those ancient cannibals the Ancestral Pueblo People.

    At least for now.

    http://www.historycolorado.org/sites/default/files/files/Educators/mesa_verde_primary_resource_set.pdf
    https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category_talk:Anasazi

  2. Andy DC says:

    Native cultures, prior to the arrival of straight, white males, supposedly lived in peace and harmony, with a perfect climate, unspoiled by capitalist greed and evil fossil fuels. That hardly seems to have been the case!

    • Jason Calley says:

      They were so peaceful that when they built their 50 man war canoes and made their flint edged battle clubs, afterwards they would sit around wondering, “what on earth can we use THOSE things for?!”

  3. toorightmate says:

    We used to have a Wild West.
    Now we have a Mad West [the Gov of California will vouch for that]

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