Forest Fire Devastation

Eight years ago, a tree fell on a power line near Los Alamos, New Mexico and started a large fire.

Global warming apparently makes trees fall on power lines. Because …. science.

Jury finds power companies mostly liable for Las Conchas Fire

Scientists tell us that climate change is a critical contributor

The burn area is filling in with maple, oak and aspen.  I took these pictures today of the global warming devastation in the burn area. The horror of replacing scrawny, overgrown pine trees with beautiful deciduous trees!

Northern New Mexico had massive forest fires in the 1890s.

Spokane Falls Daily Chronicle – Google News Archive Search

As a result of those fires, there are now giant Aspen groves. CO2 was below 300 PPM in 1890.

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12 Responses to Forest Fire Devastation

  1. Dave N says:

    Too much CO2 in the atmosphere is causing trees to grow larger, and fall on power lines.


    (does it really need a /sarc tag?)

  2. Robertv says:

    If the chilly weather continues into next week, this May could be one of the coldest on record, weather forecasters say.

    Global Warming brings record cold.

    • rah says:

      Seems a lot of others are having the same problem.

      Italy – “Hasn’t snowed like this May for 70 years!!”

      Record May snowfall in Switzerland

      Austria “Day of Sun” called off because of bad weather

      Snowing in Belgium – In May

    • Walter says:

      Don’t worry, they’ll correct it to one of the top 5 hottest May’s ever for you after the month ends.

  3. Wayne Schmitt says:

    This comment is a bit off topic. The brown with blue trim butterfly is (I think) called a Mourning Cloak. Thy are usually hard to see once the trees flush out. But in the winter after a snow the females can be seen flirting about looking for mates (who are generally up in the trees). This one looks a little ragged. Must be a female. The males are better kept because they don’t fly about willy-nilly.

    • Gator says:

      As long as species have been evolving, species have been going extinct. It is estimated that over 99.9% of all species that ever lived are extinct.

      List of all species that may have gone extinct since the invention of “CAGW”…

      1979 – Last sightings of the Javan tiger.
      1981 – The Puhielelu hibiscadelphus becomes extinct.
      1981 – Last sighting of the green-blossom pearlymussel
      – The 24-rayed sunstar.
      1985 – The platypus frog
      1989 – The golden toad
      – The Atitlán grebe
      1990 – The dusky seaside sparrow
      1994 – Saint Croix racer
      1997 – The Hainan ormosia

      Ten in forty years. How many species are there? Good question!

      About 8.7 million (give or take 1.3 million) is the new, estimated total number of species on Earth.

      So they are predicting 1,450,000 species extinctions? Well, at the current rate, that would take 5,800,000 years.

      Alarmists just aren’t real good with math. Maybe instead of using models, they should try a calculator.

      Our public school system is producing a legion of useful idiots who gobble up this doomer porn with glee, so the progressive plan is working as designed.

  4. Walter says:

    Flew from Salt Lake City back home to the Midwest yesterday. The amount of AGW destruction was apparent from the air. Mountains covered in snow, green hills and valleys all over, rivers and reservoirs full of water. I held back the tears the best I could but it was horrible! Horrible!

  5. BruceC says:

    Had to do a double-take on the first photo, thought it was from July 16, 1945.

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