“Like any large civilization — including the civilization we have today — it (Roman Empire) was highly dependent on predictability of natural resources,” Mann says. “It was very heavily adapted to the climate conditions that had persisted for centuries.”
The Roman Empire extended from Hadrian’s Wall to the Red Sea, but no doubt the climate was consistent across the entire region, and for centuries at a time. Apparently the Romans were very sensitive, and could only survive temperatures between 24 and 27C. Thank you Mike for another work of mind-numbing drivel.