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10-31-08 Nature/ Society Thought Piece My project showed me that no matter how much you think you know something, reading it or reviewing it one more time will always teach you more things that you already knew. Even for me, having live in Egypt for a long time, doing the research and the paper has taught me things I had not known before. One of the things that caught my attention the most was the fact that Egypt long ago was not too dependent on the Nile River because the country would receive plenty of rain. Yet now, the country is made up of 96% desert that is good for nothing. The country is now, as had been for thousands of years, dependent and rising up in areas that are close to the Nile River. The rains kept the temperatures a little cooler than they are now, and made the climate perfect for planting, farming, and for civilizations thriving. The country is now being pushed to the limits because of the increasing population and the diminishing land. This made me think that we can’t really predict what will happen to our climate no matter
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2009 for the course HSS 138 taught by Professor Qui during the Fall '08 term at Rhode Island.

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