02: Monumental Architecture: Evidence of a societal collapse

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    Collapsed societies like the Mayans and Rapa Nui (Easter Island) left behind monumental architecture that inspires wonder and curiosity.  These abandoned architectures often have a haunting quality causing modern-day visitors to question how these societies could collapse after such great achievement. 

    Even Arizona has monumental architecture left by a collapsed society: the Hohokam.

    Could we be forced to abandon our own cities?  Could we fall victim to a human created ecological disaster?

    613px-Farmer_walking_in_dust_storm_Cimarron_County_Oklahoma2.jpg Old windmill and shed on abandoned farm near Syracuse, Kansas.jpg dust_car_gs.jpeg Abandoned farm in the dust bowl area. Oklahoma.jpg
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