Did the Mayans poison their water supply?
Yes, for hundreds of years the Mayans used their only fresh water source as a kind of 'dump' for their sacrifices and corpses.
they poisioned it for the empire to die to get another empire!
Those chemicals will poison the water supply.
The dust and debris get into the water supply, and potentially poison it, or make you sick.
they got poisoned water from sacrifices they would throw the bodys into the water supply and the bacteria eventually poisoned the water
They used wells and went back and forth from their rivers endless supply of good n tasty water
They poisoned their own water supply by accident. When they sacrificed people, they cut their heads off and threw them into a pool, which became their drinking water. Smart right?
Detergents are harmful to water animals because they contain chemicals that kill off their food supply. Detergents might also contain toxic chemicals that will poison water animals.
water to plant
No. Water is only poison when we put poison in it our self's.
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Mayans found jade from the water flowing and they found it in the mountains in Belize
The Mayan economy was based on farming and craftsmen. Their food supply was based on maize. It appears that Mayans in central cities controlled the farming economy of the lowland peasant population.
They are rich, but in other part its the richest in the world, thay have unkimited supply of clean water, thay have no poison plants and no animals that bite or poisoned insacts!
malaria, lead and arsenic can poison water
They built underground reservoirs
Mercury is a poison. So, is it bad in drinking water? Is it good to drink poison? My advice is: Don't drink poison.
due to Municipal water supply malfunctions there may be improper water supply
for poison it's ground. for water it's either electric or grass.
The water supply water pipe is the water service pipe that brings water into a building. The water supply pipe comes from the road into the house.
They travelled by canoe over water and used the wind to steer them.
The Mayans developed a calendar, underground catch basins of water, pottery, corn torillas, chocolate, dances, pyramids, and pottery.
To kill the pigeons with rat poison, you will have to poison their food with the rat poison. You can poison the water that the pigeons drink and the cereals that the pigeons eat.
They fell because of chronic food and water shortage
canoes in water and horses on land
they built rain collectors if that what you looking for
most probably water.
Nathan C. Grover has written: 'Surface water supply of the United States, 1916' -- subject(s): Water-supply, Stream measurements 'Surface water supply of the United States, 1914' -- subject(s): Water-supply, Stream measurements 'Surface water supply of the United States, 1918' -- subject(s): Water-supply, Stream measurements 'Surface water supply of the United States, 1921' -- subject(s): Water-supply, Stream measurements
I want need for water supply
The Mayans used canoes for transportation over water, along the coast and on the rivers. The Mayans had a series of roads, called sacbeobs, that connected all the Mayan ceremonial centers. The roads were traveled by walking. Slaves and llamas were used to carry goods.
I had that once no water supply and realized I was in an out house
Acid rain can make the soil too acidic, which may mess up the growth of certain crops. When acid rain falls into lakes, it can poison the water supply for any marine life, as well as animals that drink from that water source.
Supply coming from water source is a water service line.
Obsidian blades and daggers as well as clubs with sharp rocks and shards of obsidian embedded in them. Arrows and darts sometimes tipped with poison were also used.
the difference are as follows. the direct water supply comes from the outside main water supply directly into the sink. the indirect water supply has mains cold water collected in a cistern which in turn supplies water to the sink.
when gold is being cleaned and extracted cyanide solution is used. cyanide is a poison to people, animals, and fish. cyanide can leach through to underground water and poison the water. when gold is being cleaned and extracted cyanide solution is used. cyanide is a poison to people, animals, and fish. cyanide can leach through to underground water and poison the water.
both,poison dart frogs live both on land and water . Mostly in rainforests .
Yes, fracking can harm the water supply.
Michael Cathcart has written: 'The water dreamers' -- subject(s): Water-supply, History, Environmental aspects of Water-supply, Social aspects of Water-supply
Jonathan Parkinson has written: 'Integrated urban water management' -- subject(s): Municipal water supply, Water reuse, Water-supply, Management, Sewage, Watershed management, Urban runoff 'Integrated urban water management' -- subject(s): Municipal water supply, Water reuse, Water-supply, Management, Sewage, Watershed management, Urban runoff 'Integrated urban water management' -- subject(s): Municipal water supply, Water reuse, Water-supply, Management, Sewage, Watershed management, Urban runoff
cows are planning to poison the milk supply and then take over.
An inadequate supply of something is that there is not enough. For instance, there is an inadequate supply of drinking water, if the water level in the reservoir keep running low, and the water has to be rationed.
The Caribbean on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other.
3% of earth's water supply is freshwater!:)
Perths main water supply comes from perth
Earth has Moderate Temperatures .
The Mesopotamians used irrigation to control their water supply.
United Nation who control the water supply of Mongolia.
An unhealthy or impure water supply is contaminated.
In the Midwest US, it's typically from a municipal water treatment plant which has removed the lime from its city water supply. Both the city and the farm benefit from this arrangement, **BUT** the lime must first be tested for heavy metals or other contaminants that could poison the farmer's field.
the water supply will rise, flooding various lands. the fresh water supply will disappear, what with the glaciers melting and falling into the salty ocean.