In land now known as the United States, there was a flourishing
city-state. It potentially had a high and dense population for the time,
had tall buildings for the time, a large urban culture, and was located
near Chaco Canyon in the four corners area. Around 1200 AD, it emptied
out and split up into different cultures. They were what we call the
Anasazi indians, and the reason the city-state emptied out: Water.
Could Atlanta be next?
may have noticed we've had a couple of wet years. So, after years of
Lake Lanier getting close to becoming empty, are we over this drought
There's an old saying: "Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me"