Fire Earth

Mass die-offs from human impact and planetary response to the assault could occur by early 2016

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  1. peculiar pilgrim said

    [If you get a confirmation email from 'god' to verify the following points,

    1. There is a god as portrayed by institutionalized religion
    2. It's a HE god
    3. He impregnated "Jesus's mother"
    4. "Jesus" is his son
    5. "Jesus" was the person who said, what you have quoted him as saying

    Then the Moderators would gladly publish not only your comment, but entire content of the first ever bible written--not the popular forgeries--on this Blog. Moderator.]

  2. feww said

    “We have lived and respected the earth around us as do most of our neighbors.”
    You can’t both “live” there and “respect” nature at the same time. [The two notions are contradictory - see "cognitive dissonance!"]

    “Fire is natural to our area so we keep the land clear around the house. However, the problem with this fire is that we had not had any fires in the river canyon in over 20 years and the brush had become too overgrown and dangerous.”
    Guess you can’t second-guess wildfires, either!

    “The world’s problems are not caused by where I live, but are the result of too many people who choose to live in a plastic world …”
    Even if 1 percent of the population lived at the “edge” of wildlands, there wouldn’t be any of it left!

  3. Cara Morrison said

    I live right next to the fire picture that you are referring to in the “telegraph fire, what’s next” comment and I am insulted by your insinuation that we are not a green area and that we are not protecting the earth just because we live on or near the mountains. We have lived and respected the earth around us as do most of our neighbors. There are wind turbines and solar power. We have hundreds of trees on our property that we care for. Fire is natural to our area so we keep the land clear around the house. However, the problem with this fire is that we had not had any fires in the river canyon in over 20 years and the brush had become too overgrown and dangerous. It is wild and scenic area and is very isolated. The world’s problems are not caused by where I live, but are the result of too many people who choose to live in a plastic world where they have to have so much stuff. When I was evacuated and had to choose what to take, it was easy, family pictures, kid’s art work, and clothes. No stuff! Keep life simple, enjoy your family, friends, and the trees, birds, and deer.

  4. Ken Gray said

    Please take a look at our YouTube music video about the consequences of China’s overproduction and its attendant results on consumers and the environment

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