The Little Ice Age
Between the years 1300 and 1850 our planet experienced what is now known as the little ice age. The little ice age is a period of abnormally low temperatures that no one knows the true cause of. With the negative events such as food shortages came positive events such as discoveries of new land and discovery of broader ranges of food. Scientists can even look at the little ice age for a basis of today's theory of global warming and can compare sample of pollution trapped in ice to today's readings.
No one is certain why the little ice age happened. …
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