Climate Change In The 14th Century

Nothing ever changes.

The Great Famine- The beginning of the 14th Century is marked by one of the great disasters of human history. The rain started in 1315, and continued particularly in the summers for 7 years.

“A physical chill settled on the 14th century at its very start, initiating the miseries to come”. The Baltic Sea froze over twice, in 1303 and 1306-07; years followed of unseasonable cold, storms and rains, and a rise in the level of the Caspian Sea.

Believing that the Black Death was God’s punishment upon man for the sins of the world, many people stopped swearing and gambling…. Many inevitably, blame the Jews.

Did Romm’s ancestors have a 14th century blog?

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4 Responses to Climate Change In The 14th Century

  1. Paul H says:

    Now we just blame Texans.

  2. Airframe Engineer says:

    It’s the same religious psyche today. A deep seated fear that man’s prosperity will ultimately be punished.

  3. Leon Brozyna says:

    Climate changes. Governments change. Human stupidity remains.

  4. omnologos says:

    More climate change news, from 1832 (and the end of the 17th century)…

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