Plummeting Forest Fire Burn Acreage

According to the National Interagency Fire Center, 9.4 million acres burned in the US this year. This is down 80% since the 1930’s.

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

23 Jul 1933, Page 12 – Great Falls Tribune at Newspapers.com

TimesMachine: October 9, 1938 – NYTimes.com

And forest fires are down 90% since CO2 was at pre-industrial levels – when an area larger than the state of California burned every year.

Fire Policy – Cover & TOC

There is no correlation between forest fires and atmospheric CO2 – but excellent correlation between fires and extreme heat = which peaked in the 1930’s.

Rather than doing actual science, government climate scientists prefer to alter data to match their worthless models.

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6 Responses to Plummeting Forest Fire Burn Acreage

  1. Steve Case says:

    Hi Tony.
    Have you tried to access figure 16.1 on the net recently? Here’s the link
    https://www.fs.fed.us/research/sustain/criteria-indicators/indicators/indicator-316.php
    Comes up blank. Looks like figure 16.1 has been disappeared.

    But the WayBack Machine still works (-:

  2. feathers says:

    Send Jerry Brown a link to this post – I’m sure he’ll love it!

  3. Back when Harding, Coolidge and Herbert Hoover were sworn to enforce the Prohibition Amendment Sharia law, lots of wood-burning stills operated in forests. I am surprised there aren’t more Saracen berserker arson attacks nowwadays. Even if the conflagration were to burn the faithful arsonist to a crisp, there’s the consolation prize of all those underage virgin necrophiliacs.

  4. DennyOR says:

    Even though there is a link to newer data, the total acreage burned graph is 10 years out of date, so I can’t really use it as a reference.

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