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Irrefutable NASA data: global fires down by 25 percent
What a takedown this is!

Watts Up With That?

Irrefutable NASA data: global fires down by 25 percent

Anthony Watts

September 16, 2020


Using satellite technology, NASA determined that between 2003 and 2019, global fires have dropped by roughly 25 percentThis makes the “climate change is worsening wildfires” argument completely moot.
[Image: global_wildfire_burned_area_chart-NASA.p...C353&ssl=1]

From NASA Earth Observatory

The control of fire is a goal that may well be as old as humanity, but the systematic monitoring of fire on a global scale is a much newer capability.


Climate change believers only read "...we are seeing a significant increase in the intensity and reach of fires in the western United States because of climate change.”

Why NASA felt they needed to say that is just more evidence that NASA has lost its objectivity.

Maybe, it would be better if they had said "because of local changes in the climate", since the overall decline in fires is global.
I know you think you understand what you thought I said,
but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant!
Scientists: No Correlation Between Climate Change And Wildfires

[Image: Fire-Frequency-Western-US-Declining-Sinc...n-2012.jpg]

This graph also shows that there is no correlation between wildfire and forest land mismanagement by the democrats. There were no democrats 1400 years ago.

No Climate Change, no Democrats (60% of Californian forests are under Federal supervision anyway - understand Managed by Donald Trump) ... so what?
And if you will note, the frequency of fires had gone down significantly in modern times. So what are the Eco-Wackos crying and sniffling over anyway? Gah
About Coronavirus - “Suddenly I begin to understand why Charlie gets so excited over taking a walk outside.”

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