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Probably None.


“when I asked you to stay on track I did so for a reason, and that reason is that we need to be using science not speculation”

Global Warming, though a danger, is being blown out of proportion by all of these things that it doesn’t actual cause.

Global Warming is something that happens even without man-made contributions.

Global Warming can make things worse, but late august and early september are very dry without global warming, meaning those fires would have occurred anyways. Things being a bit hotter and drier no doubt made them worse. Perhaps a lack of rainfall is partly due to global warming, but the fires were caused by something else. One of those things is lightening strikes, which occur naturally anyways. Drier stuff will burn more from nature-created fires but this is also in a season that would have been hot enough even without global warming to basically be the same problem.

Downed power lines, careless cigarette smokers, arson, chains dragging, etc are what seems to cause these fires, not global warming.

Global Warming is suppose to bring about more fires, so when we go by statistics and see more fires we naturally assume it is global warming, but when we look at the actual things causing the fires it is not quite the same thing.

“trillions of dollars need to be spent on building utopia and freeing half the people from the need to work jobs, the old natural world needs to be saved, more firefighters need to be trained, whales need to be saved, and global warming greenhouse gas emissions are not really in the picture here… there is a smog problem and an energy independence that point towards a conversion into electric cars and better smog filers for industry, but global warming is not the only thing here, and it got used to derail them other things by a big end game gambit built of none other than political alarmism”

The answer to the fires is not in global warming greenhouse gas emissions reduction (which alleviates severity) it is in training a huge firefighter back-up force for a rapid deployment to get the jump on the fire and squash it out early, and by focusing on the local population confronting a local problem we can increase the value of deployment time, with a large back-up force en route from adjacent regions and beyond.