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Here's some real news the fake news forgot to mention - 09-17-2019, 01:14 PM

Seems like the weather is unpredictable after all. Wasn't this the hottest hear on record? How come the USA didn't burn down the rest of the way? Could it be because the years of suppressing fires and mismanaging the forests now the unnatural undergrowth was mostly burnt up? Kind of like what Trump said and was mocked relentlessly for?

No wonder they had to go to the Amazon this year to get their sky is falling news. But there's no doubt if we could just get that carbon tax going all will be well.

Climate change is a hoax people, please wake up.

https://www.iii.org/fact-statistic/f...tics-wildfires

Wildfires by year

2019: From January 1 to September 12, 2019 there were 36,286 wildfires compared with 47,623 wildfires in the same period in 2018, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. About 4.3 million acres were burned in the 2019 period, compared with 7.2 million acres in 2018.

2018: In 2018 there were 58,083 wildfires, compared with 71,499 wildfires in the same period in 2017, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. About 8.8 million acres were burned in the 2018 period, compared with 10 million in 2017.

2017: In 2017, there were 71,499 wildfires, compared to 65,575 wildfires in the same period in 2016, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. About 10 million acres were burned in the 2017 period, compared with 5.4 million in 2016. 2017 acres burned were higher than the 10-year average.


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Climate change is real. The climate has always changed. "Global Warming" is a hoax.

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09-18-2019, 05:43 AM

Last Thursday, I hiked 18.05 miles between Three Fingered Jack and Marion lake. The week before that was a 15 miler on the Bingham ridge trail.

The amount of burned trees in those two hikes alone is staggering, mile after mile in the hot sun that used to be shaded trails.

The left made it a law that we can no longer salvage the burned trees, they made laws that made it much harder to fight the fires.

When Clinton took over, he directed some roads here in Oregon to be closed, years later, no equipment could get into the woods to fight the fires like they did before, burn it did.

I will get some pics, stay tuned.


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Last Thursday, I hiked 18.05 miles between Three Fingered Jack and Marion lake. The week before that was a 15 miler on the Bingham ridge trail.

The amount of burned trees in those two hikes alone is staggering, mile after mile in the hot sun that used to be shaded trails.

The left made it a law that we can no longer salvage the burned trees, they made laws that made it much harder to fight the fires.

When Clinton took over, he directed some roads here in Oregon to be closed, years later, no equipment could get into the woods to fight the fires like they did before, burn it did.

I will get some pics, stay tuned.
Because the sun can now hit the ground new life springs eternal. I don't consider that landscape to be ugly or baron. It teams with life. There's a lot of it in the cascades and southern Oregon. Eastern too.

Where man really screwed it up is in the ponderosa forests. These majestic trees used to be fire proof until we started suppressing the fires. Lightning would ignite the undergrowth and clean it out as needed. When we started preventing and putting out fires the undergrowth got too big and when it finally caught fire and we couldn't stop it the ponderosa were burnt because the fire was too big for the natural protection they have. We tried to manage the forest for our needs, not the needs of nature and we failed as usual.

There are plenty of shaded hikes available if that's what you like Dave.


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