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Re: 🔥 The New World of Wildfires
« Reply #45 on: November 12, 2018, 10:01:47 AM »
Not only is Jerry Brown a psychopath, he's an arsonist as well. This is some seriously fucked up shit goin' on out west.

So you think Moonbeam set the Wildfires on purpose?  That is a stretch even for you.

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FKN "A" straight I doooooooooooooo  :emthup:

He's got the batphone direct dialed to whom-ever has the trigger for those DEW weapons that are torching the burbs.

They got those lasers dialed in pretty tight too.

Vaporizes the rubber off the rimms & leaves the steel belt shiny & new like the day it was plopped into the mold at Goodyear.
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Re: 🔥 The New World of Wildfires
« Reply #46 on: November 12, 2018, 10:15:18 AM »
Not only is Jerry Brown a psychopath, he's an arsonist as well. This is some seriously fucked up shit goin' on out west.

So you think Moonbeam set the Wildfires on purpose?  That is a stretch even for you.

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FKN "A" straight I doooooooooooooo  :emthup:

He's got the batphone direct dialed to whom-ever has the trigger for those DEW weapons that are torching the burbs.

They got those lasers dialed in pretty tight too.

Vaporizes the rubber off the rimms & leaves the steel belt shiny & new like the day it was plopped into the mold at Goodyear.

I don't share this opinion.

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Re: 🔥 The New World of Wildfires
« Reply #47 on: November 12, 2018, 10:26:39 AM »
Not only is Jerry Brown a psychopath, he's an arsonist as well. This is some seriously fucked up shit goin' on out west.

So you think Moonbeam set the Wildfires on purpose?  That is a stretch even for you.

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FKN "A" straight I doooooooooooooo  :emthup:

He's got the batphone direct dialed to whom-ever has the trigger for those DEW weapons that are torching the burbs.

They got those lasers dialed in pretty tight too.

Vaporizes the rubber off the rimms & leaves the steel belt shiny & new like the day it was plopped into the mold at Goodyear.

I don't share this opinion.

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Give it a chance, Rome didn't burn by sunset  :evil4:

We're early to the dance as usual .....
I know exactly what you mean. Let me tell you why you’re here. You’re here because you know something. What you know you can’t explain, but you feel it. You’ve felt it your entire life, that there’s something wrong with the world.
You don’t know what it is but its there, like a splinter in your mind

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« Reply #48 on: November 12, 2018, 10:42:33 AM »


As the Woolsey Fire made its way across Ventura County, it burned around the Santa Susana Field Lab, a site that has been considered “significantly contaminated” by decades of rocket and nuclear reactor testing and a partial nuclear meltdown in 1959. There was alarm among some residents who worried smoke created near the hazardous site could prove particularly dangerous, but authorities from the California Department of Toxic Substances Control who oversee the site say there is no evidence that smoke from the area around the SSFL is any more dangerous than other wildfire smoke.

https://www.lamag.com/citythinkblog/santa-susana-woolsey-fire/
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« Reply #49 on: November 12, 2018, 02:29:09 PM »
Give it a chance, Rome didn't burn by sunset  :evil4:

We're early to the dance as usual .....

Nor did Moonbeam set fire to Rome.   ::)

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Re: 🔥 The New World of Wildfires
« Reply #50 on: November 12, 2018, 02:32:43 PM »
So what's your position on the high strangeness associated with the debris ?
I know exactly what you mean. Let me tell you why you’re here. You’re here because you know something. What you know you can’t explain, but you feel it. You’ve felt it your entire life, that there’s something wrong with the world.
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Re: 🔥 The New World of Wildfires
« Reply #51 on: November 12, 2018, 02:45:03 PM »
Loved your fireside chat RE, keep them up.
I was born in S. Cal and moved out 40 years ago (too many people crowded together). I moved out of N. Cal 3 years ago (to retire) because of too many people, earthquakes, fires, climate change and collapse coming our way. Now I realize I didn't move far enough away by coming to coastal Oregon. Climate change is chasing me with wildfires. . . Is Alaska safe?
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THX AJ!  :icon_sunny:

Alaska is on the Ring of Fire.  Earthquakes and Volcanoes.  We have had some bad wildfire seasons, although this year was very wet so not a problem.  I don't think there is anywhere you could call "safe", but some places are worse than others.  CA would be very low on my list of choices for retirement homes.  OR better but yea you do have wildfires.  Build a Monolithic Dome.  This one survived a direct hit from an F5 Tornado.  They're Fireproof also.


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Re: 🔥 The New World of Wildfires
« Reply #52 on: November 12, 2018, 02:55:18 PM »
So what's your position on the high strangeness associated with the debris ?

What "high strangeness"? ???  :icon_scratch:

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Re: 🔥 The New World of Wildfires
« Reply #53 on: November 12, 2018, 03:14:50 PM »
So what's your position on the high strangeness associated with the debris ?

What "high strangeness"? ???  :icon_scratch:

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Re: 🔥 The New World of Wildfires
« Reply #54 on: November 12, 2018, 03:35:57 PM »
So what's your position on the high strangeness associated with the debris ?

What "high strangeness"? ???  :icon_scratch:

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I see nothing strange there at all.  A huge conflagration like this creates its own weather patterns.  It also in no way lends credence to the idea Moonbeam set the fires.  I think what we are talking about here is 'Strange Highness' not 'High Strangeness".  What are you smoking?

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Re: 🔥 The New World of Wildfires
« Reply #55 on: November 12, 2018, 07:35:07 PM »
Give it a chance, Rome didn't burn by sunset  :evil4:

We're early to the dance as usual .....

Nor did Moonbeam set fire to Rome.   ::)

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Some real Trumpworthy bullshit, this here.

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Re: 🔥 The New World of Wildfires
« Reply #56 on: November 12, 2018, 07:42:57 PM »
Give it a chance, Rome didn't burn by sunset  :evil4:

We're early to the dance as usual .....

Nor did Moonbeam set fire to Rome.   ::)

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Some real Trumpworthy bullshit, this here.



That does bear a startling resemblance to Trumpovetsky.

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https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/california-wildfire-still-raging-near-l-could-burn-another-week-n935361

Death toll in California wildfire rises to 42, marking worst in state history
Image: Camp Fire


Chris and Nancy Brown embrace while searching through the remains of their home, leveled by the Camp Fire, in Paradise, Calif., on Nov. 12, 2018.Noah Berger / AP

Nov. 12, 2018 / 11:19 AM AKST / Updated 7:16 PM AKST
By David K. Li and Tim Stelloh

The remains of 13 bodies were found in Northern California on Monday after the deadly Camp Fire swept through the region, bringing the blaze's death toll to 42, authorities said.

Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea told reporters on Monday night that makes the Camp Fire the deadliest wildfire in the state's history.

A Los Angeles brush fire in 1933 that killed 29 people had previously held that grim record.

Combined with the Woolsey Fire in Southern California, the number of state-wide deaths from active wildland fires as of Monday night reached 44.

The Camp Fire, which started Thursday morning, had burned through 113,000 acres and was 25 percent contained, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, or Cal Fire.

Officials have said the blaze may not be fully contained until the end of the month.

It wasn't clear how many people were still missing after the inferno roared through rural Butte County, north of Sacramento. Honea said Sunday that 228 people hadn't been accounted for after friends or relatives contacted authorities, but a new process for tracking down the missing meant the sheriff couldn't say on Monday how many of those cases remained.
Trump tweet wrong, unhelpful to California firefighters, union chief says
Nov. 12, 201806:26

Many of the deaths occurred in Paradise, a town of 26,000 in the Sierra Nevada foothills where officials have said that 80 to 90 percent of the homes in residential areas were destroyed. On Monday, Honea couldn't say what percentage of those areas authorities had combed through to locate and identify remains.

"I'm not going to quantify," he said. "I still believe we’re early in this. I believe there’s still a lot of work to do."

Honea said he was in the process of assembling an army of personnel and equipment to speed that process up. He said he'd requested 150 search and rescue workers, two portable morgue units, cadaver dogs and a rapid DNA analysis system.

That's in addition to the three teams of anthropologists and 13 search and recovery teams that are already assisting in the effort.

Earlier, President Donald Trump approved an expedited request for a major disaster declaration for the hard-hit state.

The move came two days after he threatened to withhold federal payments to California over what he described as “gross mismanagement” of the state’s forests — a claim disputed by fire scientists and officials.

But Trump said in a tweet on Monday that he “wanted to respond quickly” to a request for a major disaster declaration to “alleviate some of the incredible suffering going on.”

"I am with you all the way,” he wrote on Twitter. “God Bless all of the victims and families affected."

State officials said Sunday that the request was made to the Federal Emergency Management Agency that morning.

The cause of the Camp Fire is still under investigation, though the Northern California power company Pacific Gas & Electric revealed on Friday that it detected an outage on a transmission line — not far from where the massive blaze ignited, and just before the flames were first reported.

A rep for the California Public Utilities Commission said it's launching an investigation whether the transmission outage could have any connection to the Camp Fire.

“The CPUC staff investigations may include an inspection of the fire sites once Cal Fire allows access, as well as maintenance of facilities, vegetation management, and emergency preparedness and response," according to a statement from spokeswoman Terrie Prosper.

A rep for PG&E told NBC News on Monday the agency will fully cooperate with CPUC investigators, but declined any further comment.
Alexander Tabolsky and Dina Arias look at the destroyed home they lived in as the Woolsey Fire continues to burn in Malibu, California on Nov. 10, 2018.
Alexander Tabolsky and Dina Arias look at the destroyed home they lived in as the Woolsey Fire continues to burn in Malibu, California on Nov. 10, 2018.Eric Thayer / Reuters

Among those to return to Paradise and find a devastated community was Bill Husa, a photographer with Chico's Enterprise Record Newspaper.

He’d lived in his one-story, farm-style house there for a decade, and came back on Saturday to see what was left. With a video camera rolling, he found only a handful of recognizable things where his house once stood: a statue that had been at his father’s home, a kitchen table, a milk jug.

“There’s going to be so many of us that are scrambling to try and put the pieces back together,” he said in an interview. “It’s going to be tough.”

In Husa’s 18 years as a photographer, he said he’s covered plenty of fires. “But I’ve never covered one like this,” he added. “It happened so fast.”

Related: Nurses fleeing fast-moving Camp Fire scramble to save patients — and themselves

In Southern California, the deadly Woolsey Fire was still raging across canyons and beaches on Monday. Officials said that it could still be burning a week from now.

The wind-whipped blaze has consumed 91,572 acres since it started Thursday in Simi Valley, near the border of Ventura and Los Angeles counties, according to L.A. County Fire Chief Daryl Osby.

The fire was 20 percent contained by midday Monday. Though Osby said fire officials optimistically hope to have “knock down” status by the end of this week, full containment was still a ways off.
Record-breaking wildfires ravaging California
Nov. 12, 201801:52

“As far as 100-percent containment, we’ll be out here for the next week or two trying to mop this fire up,” Osby told reporters.

An estimated 370 structures have been destroyed in Ventura and Los Angeles counties, more than double what had been estimated this past weekend.

Osby praised his firefighters and said the damage could have been much worse.

“I want to emphasize … although we’ve lost over 300 structures, we’ve estimated that there were 57,000 structure at risk that are still here,” Osby said.

Roger Kelly, 69, was lucky enough to find his home in the Seminole Springs Mobile Home Park had survived the Woolsey blaze. But when he saw that some of his neighbors weren't so fortunate and lost it all, he broke down in tears for them.

"I just started weeping," Kelly said. "I just broke down. Your first view of it, man it just gets you."
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Re: 🔥 The New World of Wildfires
« Reply #58 on: November 13, 2018, 02:05:58 PM »
So what's your position on the high strangeness associated with the debris ?

What "high strangeness"? ???  :icon_scratch:

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I see nothing strange there at all.  A huge conflagration like this creates its own weather patterns.  It also in no way lends credence to the idea Moonbeam set the fires.  I think what we are talking about here is 'Strange Highness' not 'High Strangeness".  What are you smoking?

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Before we get into a jesuschristarmageddathon I have a direct question.
How much research have you done on military grade light & sound weaponry ?
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Re: 🔥 The New World of Wildfires
« Reply #59 on: November 13, 2018, 05:04:03 PM »
How much research have you done on military grade light & sound weaponry ?

I don't do no stinkin' research.  I just use CFS, which seems to be in short supply around here.

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