Researchers Reveal The Worst Year To Be Human In Human History

If you think you have it rough you have no idea what you are talking about.A team of historians and scientists have identified the worst time to be alive and the beginning of a terrible sequence of events for humankind to be between 536- 575 A.D.
According to researchers Europe, the Middle East, and parts of Asia were filled with 18 months of darkness after a massive volcanic erupted in Iceland and spewed a huge cloud of ash that covered the sky in darkness.This lead to a drop in temperatures due to the lack of sunshine and led to crop failure and starvation.Temperatures in the summer of 536 fell between 1.5°C (2.7°F) and 2.5°C (4.5°F), initiating the coldest decade in 2000 years that is more than two millenniums.
Historian Procopious wrote,”And it came about during this year that a most dreaded portent took place.For the sun gave forth its light without brightness like the moon during the whole year.”
The situation went from bad to worse when the eastern Roman Empire were struck by the bubonic plague and flu pandemic that killed 50 percent of its population millions.The eruption and plague caused economic stagnation in Europe which lasted for more than 30 years.The dark and foggy skies also caused snowfall in China and famine in Peru in a time when there was war.It was until 575 when there was a glimmer of hope and early signs of recovery.

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