The Devastation Of Forest Fire

These incredible Aspen groves outside Santa Fe, are the result of forest fires in 1890.

Spokane Falls Daily Chronicle – Google News Archive Search

Climate experts say that forest fires are bad, and they are your fault. In fact, forest fires are essential to the ecosystem, and occur much less frequently than they did when CO2 was lower.

Indicator 3.16: Area and percent of forest affected by abiotic agents

Forest fires are down 90% since CO2 was at pre-industrial levels.

Fire Policy – Cover & TOC

Meanwhile, the usual batch of criminals in the press and scientific community say that forest fires are due to increased CO2..

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11 Responses to The Devastation Of Forest Fire

  1. Brad says:

    I wonder how much of the recent uptick is due to changes in forestry management that limit logging and increase the density of forests?

  2. Colorado Wellington says:

    Knowledge of History is a mortal enemy of Progressivism. That’s why it’s being systematically exterminated in our public schools and higher ed institutions.

  3. dave g says:

    i would argue CO2 levels could contribute to forest fires….
    CO2 promotes plant growth…. The more growth, the more fuel you have when it dries.
    But again, not that it is a bad thing.

  4. Andy DC says:

    I was around before 1960 and can vouch that everyone back then walked on their knuckles and wore a loin cloth. Entirely incapable of counting or measuring anything.
    It took until 1979 for humans to evolve to the point that they could do so.

  5. oeman50 says:

    And our failed royalty , HRC, jumped on the bandwagon and attributed the recent spate of earthquakes, fires, and hurricanes, to climate change. Brilliant.

  6. Steve Case says:

    The Devastation Of Forest Fire

    You mean “Wild Fire” don’t you?

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