Re: OT: The Great Climate Migration - Climate Change Will Force a New American Migration
> Over the next two weeks, 900 blazes incinerated six times as much land as all the state's 2019 wildfires combined, forcing 100,000 people from their homes.
Were these fires started entirely by global warming? Or was arson and/or poor forest management, contributing factors?
Many people have been arrested for starting these fires, some were caught red-handed.
Also, if you look at a map, you will find that these fires mysterious, and abruptly, stop at our southern, and northern borders. You will also notice there are few, if any fires, in the state of Texas. Texas has the same forests, and the same climate, as California.
I have to wonder if the "mostly peaceful" arsonists burning down our cities, including minority owned businesses, would be entirely reluctant to burn down forests as well.
I think knowledgeable people have claimed that California's somewhat new policy of no more controlled burns has also contributed to the out-of-control fires.
I think global warming is a real threat. But let's have some perspective.