Experts have long speculated that climate change may have wiped out Mohenjo-Daro and its associated Indus Valley Civilization. Mathematical proof of this hypothesis has now been found. Nishant Malik, a mathematician at the Rochester Institute of Technology, has shown in his research that changes in monsoon times led to droughts and the Bronze Age civilization came to an end 3,000 years ago.
Nishat has examined the isotope of stalagmite, a mineral that grows in a cave in northern India.It is evident from the research of Nishat Malik that when the Indus Valley Civilization was on the rise, there was a tendency for monsoon rains, but when it started declining, the monsoon period or pattern began to change rapidly. ۔ After that there was a shortage of water, crops dried up and thus civilization came to an end.
“When we look at the ancient climate through data, it is short-lived and involves a lot of uncertainty,” Nishat said. In contrast, we have done research on mathematics and climate change. This is a new way to take a short look at climate change.
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