The Sahara was ‘green’ for over 6,000 years and had 10 times more rain than now » The Event Chronicle

According to a new study recently published in the journal Science Advances, evidence shows that humans occupied much of the Sahara during the ‘wet period’ around 8,000 years ago. Through an analysis of marine sediments, researchers at the University of Arizona have determined rainfall patterns in the Sahara over a period of 6,000 years obtaining fascinating results. The UA-led team has identified the climate pattern that generated a “Green Sahara” from 5,000 to 11,000 years ago. The region had 10 times the rainfall it does today.

Source: The Sahara was ‘green’ for over 6,000 years and had 10 times more rain than now » The Event Chronicle

2 thoughts on “The Sahara was ‘green’ for over 6,000 years and had 10 times more rain than now » The Event Chronicle”

  1. Reblogged this on D. M. Hutchins and commented:
    Indeed, thats what you get when your planet is tilted on its axes (to create a flood intended to wipe out your now-useless hybrid slave species Lulu). Oceans moved, ocean beads dried, planes flooded becoming oceans, cities were buried, climate altered as a result of the solar-equator having been relocated, and we began to have seasons rather than tropics… Our Earth was used up, and left to die, and we along with it.

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