With which of these statements would the author of this passage agree?
In trying to understand and adapt to today’s world, we can find a great deal of help in the study of past geographies. At different times of Earth history, there have been widely varied climates, resources of land and water, animals, plants, and routes of transportation. As humans have interacted with these resources, the resources themselves have changed, changing the face of history for future generations. The results of historical Earth/human interaction can tell us a lot about our present role on Earth and how we can help create the best possible scenario for our descendants.
While important, geographic characteristics over time are not a significant factor of consideration in the history of humanity.
Geographically speaking, the world of today is very similar to past times.
The history of humanity would be inadequate if the Earth’s geographic history is not evaluated as a major contributor.
Generations of humanity have not been able to adapt adequately with the pace of geographic changes.
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