National Fire Propaganda

The National Climate Assessment is full of propaganda and outright fraud, with their abuse of information about forest fires being particularly egregious.

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6 Responses to National Fire Propaganda

  1. Bill says:

    Thanks, Tony, for this clear and concise video on forest fires. Not all of the federal government is in agreement about forest fires, though. For example, there is a National Weather Service page that details the The Great Midwest Wildfires of 1871; this page provides an amazing amount of detail on these fires and the particular conditions that prevailed at that time.

    “The fire in Peshtigo resulted from a number of factors, including prolonged drought, logging and clearing of land for agriculture, local industry, ignorance and indifference of the population, and ultimately a strong autumn storm system occurring in the presence of conditions supportive of a large, rapidly-spreading fire.

    “In order to better understand the large-scale weather conditions leading up to the fire, data from the 20th Century Reanalysis (which covers the period from 1871-present) was analyzed. A large upper-level ridge was present across the region from July through September (Figures 3 and 4), which would have set the stage for warm and potentially dry weather. ”

    Given all of this available information on government websites, you’d think that the National Climate Assessment could find out about fires prior to the year 1984.

  2. Disillusioned says:

    Excellent indictment.

    Data theft should carry with it the same penalties as embezzlement. Both are crimes committed by people who abuse their privileged access to the data (or money) – they steal from innocent victims. Whether it is burn acreage or recorded temperature data, damaging these databases is a crime and the criminals should be treated as such.

  3. Rah says:

    Sure stirred up the slarmist trolls on X.

    • conrad ziefle says:

      Politifact people are either dumb as rocks or devious. It doesn’t matter if fires to clear land were included. They could be an insignificant number, and if you know they are included, then you must be able to sort out what fraction of the total they are. So what is that fraction? Also fires that were to clear land can get out of control. What portion do you attribute to land clearing and what portion to a “wildfire”?
      Their statement is spurious, as are most fact-checker statements.

      • conrad ziefle says:

        Just glanced over their link. It’s boring to read such solicitous statist rhetoric. “Government officials have known for sometime that their records their data was unreliable, and this year, they took most of it off their website.”
        WOW, those righteous government officials know just which records to burn to make their narrative fit. With all the smoke screen that they put up about double and triple counting, it doesn’t take a genius to sort out which reports are regarding the same fire, but it does take commitment and hard work. Imbeciles and Marxists, either can’t do hard work or refuse to work, respectively.

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