Category Archives: Fire Risks

Battleground Orange County, CA, On Fire, with Worst Air Ever

Battleground Orange County, CA, On Fire, with Worst Air Ever It is shocking to wake up with the smell of smoke, and then to go outside and discover that the sunrise is blurred by smoke and the air is full … Continue reading

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Why Didn’t Trump Rake the Gulf to Prevent Hurricane Sandy?

Why Didn’t Trump Rake the Gulf to Prevent Hurricane Sandy? Just like Trump flew to California to tell us to “rake” our forests, of which he controls the 58% in National Forests, Trump controls 12 miles off-shore of the entire … Continue reading

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Mother Nature is Heating Up, and Getting Into Trump’s Head About Raking

Mother Nature Is Heating Up, and Getting Into Trump’s Head About Raking People trying to comprehend Trump have to get inside his head.  His life is not like our lives, so you have to role play into his life. Trump … Continue reading

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California Wildfires Set Records

Western California, Oregon and Washington wildfires have the worst air pollution on earth.  California wildfires have passed a record 3 million acres, or 4,700 square miles.  There are over 100 fires burning. CNN Calfire fire locations.  There have been 20 … Continue reading

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Climate Change Makes a Dramatic Election Reemergence

I was expecting a small hurricane or so to occur sometime during the election, to remind us of climate change.  Climate change has taken a far back seat to the pandemic, and the destruction of our economy in the poor … Continue reading

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California Fires, Climate Change, and Poor Building Practices

California Fires, Climate Change, and Poor Building Practices There are now over 500 fires in California, covering over 1,000,000 acres since July, or about 1,600 square miles, which is a 40 mile square.  All of California’s firefighting equipment is involved, … Continue reading

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California’s Vast Lightning Fires and Hazardous Air Pollution

California’s Vast Lightning Fires and Hazardous Air Pollution California has had 11,000 lightning strikes and 370 resulting fires, of which 23 are major fires.  Over 10,000 firefighters are fighting them.  We will show PurpleAir.com maps of the extremely hazardous air … Continue reading

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Average Temperatures of Key Cities in 2019, Most Above Normal

AccuWeather examined the average temperatures of 3,500 cities in 2019, and The NY Times set up a search site for cities.  Of those cities, 83% were higher than normal in 2019. 2019 was the second warmest year on record, just … Continue reading

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Has Trump Really Gone Bonkers?

Has Trump Really Gone Bonkers? Today, Trump doubled down on including cultural targets.  Despite yesterday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that they were not going to be hit.  That’s because that would be war crimes under international law.  By … Continue reading

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Trump’s Proposed NOAA Budget Cuts, and the Actual Increases

NOAA is the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.   From their website, their Mission is:  “To understand and predict changes in climate, weather, oceans, and coasts, to share that knowledge and information with others, and to conserve and manage coastal … Continue reading

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