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Are There Any Paleoclimatologists In Here?

  1. Apr 20, 2012 #1
    If I am not mistaken, weather is partially determined by land formation and land formation changes very slowly.

    Now please look at the map below:
    http://rgh.cc/displayimagetempo.php?pos=-4752

    As you can see, places like South China and the Americas currently experience typhoons/cyclones/hurricanes far more than Europe (which is practically zero).

    Would it be a valid and a sound thing to say that it was the same situation 2000 to 3000 years ago, a very short time geographically speaking?

    Thank you
     
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