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History, Humans, Hurricanes

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Kelsey Olson

on 15 August 2016

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Transcript of History, Humans, Hurricanes

The repeating pattern of the same shapes without any gaps or overlaps. These patterns are found in nature, as seen in bee hives.
Present Patterns
The random cracks seen in nature represent the different opinions of climate change over the last 20 years.
Future Spirals Away
Small climate changes become larger through the spirals of time.
Stop the Spiral
Climate change is a pattern of nature. Patterns in nature represent the changes in climate.
Using patterns to understand the idea of climate change through the past, present, and future.
Human beings must be aware of the effect of our patterns on the patterns of nature.
History, Humans, Hurricanes
Historical evidence of climate patterns display repetition, similar to a tessellation pattern
Events such as earthquakes or volcanic eruptions repeat throughout history.
Human choices, such as war and cultural events, show repetition similar to those seen in tessellation
History Repeats Itself
Cracks that occur today are products of the past
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