Bad Policy Assures a Perpetual Sense of Burning Crisis

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El Gato Malo Forest fires are big, mediagenic events. The pictures are dramatic. The smoke they produce can spread for hundreds, even thousands of miles and can make life downwind unpleasant, even deadly for weeks on end. They are also widely misunderstood and being used to make outlandish claims in favor of “climate policy” that […]

How Could They be “Forest Fires” if the Forests Weren’t on Fire?

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Mark Crispin Miller … Forensic arborist Robert Brame presents his photographic evidence that, in nearly all those California fires, what burned hell-hot was NOT the forests but the GROUND, the soil left forever STERILE. What happened time and time again in California (as, no doubt, in Canada last week) certainly did not result from lightning, […]