The Spread Of The Black Death

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On Thursday 4th of May 2017, BBC published an article about the dormant diseases, bacteria, and viruses hidden in the ice that was waking up as a result of climate change. I thought it was a very interesting article for one. Humans were strange; some very intelligent and curious - my favorite kinds of humans - and some were just… odd. Technology was pretty tremendous in 2017. Most humans had smartphones and other electronic devices that kept them in touch with the news and other stuff. Despite all the technology they had then, the article only reached a certain number of people because no care cared about the news that much anymore - especially the younger generation. However, it was a growing concern to scientists and the fact that there still some ignorant humans that believed climate change and global warming was a hoax was especially concerning. …show more content…
How could they not? After all, it was only the biggest epidemic since the Black Death. The 14th century was quite fascinating because of the Black Death. Millions of humans died because of the spread of the Black Death and a couple thousand more humans were murdered as a result of the persecutions that occurred due to the religious fervour in Europe. The symptoms of the plague were rather gruesome by human standards and the final effects the Black Death had on Earth was huge. About 60% of Europe’s entire population had died as a result of the spread of

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