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Global burning

Post by daniel » Wed Oct 03, 2018 5:21 pm

I just stumbled on this map... active fires across the world. I guess nobody contributes global warming/carbon emission to all the forests on Earth being on fire! Pretty soon, there won't be any trees left to burn.
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Global active fires
Going to have to see if I can find a global map of atmospheric gas... wondering how much the oxygen level has decreased from combustion...
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Re: Global burning

Post by Djchrismac » Wed Oct 03, 2018 5:39 pm

Perhaps related to the videos below? Creating CCNI in order to make it rain?


And there's more:
https://www.youtube.com/user/WeatherWar ... query=fire

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Re: Global burning

Post by daniel » Wed Oct 03, 2018 7:25 pm

Djchrismac wrote:
Wed Oct 03, 2018 5:39 pm
Perhaps related to the videos below? Creating CCNI in order to make it rain?
So they are using power plants to provide the condensation for carbon condensation nuclei from fires? Interesting thought, but what is the point in evaporating all that water just to turn it into rain and dump it back on the ground, a hundred miles away? One would think simple irrigation would be more efficient.

Planetary humidity seems to have dropped substantially, which is puzzling because we still have an enormous amount of ocean surface. This would indicate that the sun IS moving towards the ultraviolet, as uV radiation is scattered by water, not absorbed, heated up, and turned to vapor. I noticed this when in Wyoming in winter... after it snowed and the sun came out, the snow would just disappear. In the "old days," the sun would turn the snow into fog, which would often ice up on the trees at night when the temperature dropped. Have not seen it do that in some time.

Of course, the solar minimum has always dropped surface water levels on land substantially. The Great Salt Lake here is not much more than a Salt Pond now. Last time it was near this low was 2009--the prior solar minimum. If we project forward, the next minimum will be 2030, then around 2041... curious thing about that year is that the goal for "Singularity," the conversion of human to android, is targeted for 2040. Perhaps Singularity is a modern buzzword for an ELE--an Extinction Level Event.
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Fire carbon emission 700% higher than expected

Post by daniel » Thu Oct 04, 2018 12:45 pm

This just in from https://youtu.be/GrTrXH0RBZ0?t=114...
Wildfire smoke has a longer lasting carbon effect than realized. They used this to say that climate models may underestimate warming in the future, if they don't take this into account. The problem for global warming is this shifts previous blame that was on human emissions. They say wildfire carbon effect was detected SEVEN TIMES longer than expected and in most current, climate models, all of that just gets blamed on us.
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Re: Global burning

Post by tymeflyz » Thu Oct 04, 2018 3:27 pm

daniel wrote:
Wed Oct 03, 2018 7:25 pm
Djchrismac wrote:
Wed Oct 03, 2018 5:39 pm
Perhaps related to the videos below? Creating CCNI in order to make it rain?
So they are using power plants to provide the condensation for carbon condensation nuclei from fires? Interesting thought, but what is the point in evaporating all that water just to turn it into rain and dump it back on the ground, a hundred miles away?
I'd think rain and or water would be the biggest artillery in weaponized weather, and the wild fire carbon footprint only progresses the "globul warming" shame on you dirty humans guilt/control and meme/tax.

random thought ramblings of an unsane hueman :lol:

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