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Vents in the Seafloor04-04-2020 15:00
James___
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The link is to some research that has been done in the Gulf of California. Some of the vents are massive and the water coming from them is 350° C.
I think those were found after warm waters off the California coast was considered responsible for record temperatures that caused a lot of fires a few years ago.

https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/deep-sea-discovery-colorful-hydrothermal-vents
04-04-2020 19:09
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James___ wrote:
The link is to some research that has been done in the Gulf of California. Some of the vents are massive and the water coming from them is 350° C.
I think those were found after warm waters off the California coast was considered responsible for record temperatures that caused a lot of fires a few years ago.

https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/deep-sea-discovery-colorful-hydrothermal-vents

It wasn't temperature that caused those fires. Those fires continue to happen every year in the SOTC. It's because the Church of Green prevents anyone from cutting the brush down like they used to, so it burns instead. The stuff dries out in the summer, and if it's not removed, is easily ignited by lightning, car wrecks, outdoor welding, cigarette butts thrown out of cars, or someone just careless with fire.


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Edited on 04-04-2020 19:11
04-04-2020 20:58
James___
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Into the Night wrote:

It wasn't temperature that caused those fires. Those fires continue to happen every year in the SOTC. It's because the Church of Green prevents anyone from cutting the brush down like they used to, so it burns instead. The stuff dries out in the summer, and if it's not removed, is easily ignited by lightning, car wrecks, outdoor welding, cigarette butts thrown out of cars, or someone just careless with fire.



When you consider that the water table has dropped, they probably need to do some controlled burns. Also they might consider creating some permanent firebreaks. They kind of need to learn better land and resource management.
04-04-2020 22:56
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James___ wrote:
Into the Night wrote:

It wasn't temperature that caused those fires. Those fires continue to happen every year in the SOTC. It's because the Church of Green prevents anyone from cutting the brush down like they used to, so it burns instead. The stuff dries out in the summer, and if it's not removed, is easily ignited by lightning, car wrecks, outdoor welding, cigarette butts thrown out of cars, or someone just careless with fire.



When you consider that the water table has dropped, they probably need to do some controlled burns. Also they might consider creating some permanent firebreaks. They kind of need to learn better land and resource management.

The Church of Green prevents that.


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05-04-2020 00:13
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James___ wrote:
Into the Night wrote:

It wasn't temperature that caused those fires. Those fires continue to happen every year in the SOTC. It's because the Church of Green prevents anyone from cutting the brush down like they used to, so it burns instead. The stuff dries out in the summer, and if it's not removed, is easily ignited by lightning, car wrecks, outdoor welding, cigarette butts thrown out of cars, or someone just careless with fire.



When you consider that the water table has dropped, they probably need to do some controlled burns. Also they might consider creating some permanent firebreaks. They kind of need to learn better land and resource management.


They already know about preventative measures, that work very well. The neighboring states have a similar problem every year, as well. They do what they can, to minimize the wildfires, and they don't often make headline national news.

California likes to spend their money on hip and trendy, socialist crap. Wildfire prevention is expensive, but not as expensive as what the fires do, unchecked. California gets more money, by declaring a disaster, and getting federal relief funds. Not sure why they can't get the homeless an illegal aliens to clear some of the dry underbrush. Mulched up, makes good ground cover. Fire breaks are ugly scars on the landscape, an eyesore. Scorched land, apparently is more optically appealing. Most of the residents don't care if their homes get burned up, it's a rental anyway, and insurance will pay to replace everything lost. Trump's border wall should include California...
06-04-2020 16:45
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Into the Night wrote:
James___ wrote:
The link is to some research that has been done in the Gulf of California. Some of the vents are massive and the water coming from them is 350° C.
I think those were found after warm waters off the California coast was considered responsible for record temperatures that caused a lot of fires a few years ago.

https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/deep-sea-discovery-colorful-hydrothermal-vents

It wasn't temperature that caused those fires. Those fires continue to happen every year in the SOTC. It's because the Church of Green prevents anyone from cutting the brush down like they used to, so it burns instead. The stuff dries out in the summer, and if it's not removed, is easily ignited by lightning, car wrecks, outdoor welding, cigarette butts thrown out of cars, or someone just careless with fire.

I went out for a hike in one of Wisconsin's many beautiful state parks yesterday and noticed that some controlled burning was recently done there. That area is now ready for new life to grow up from the ashes, and it won't be a fire hazard. I'm glad that here in Wisconsin we actually manage our lands/forests.
06-04-2020 19:32
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gfm7175 wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
James___ wrote:
The link is to some research that has been done in the Gulf of California. Some of the vents are massive and the water coming from them is 350° C.
I think those were found after warm waters off the California coast was considered responsible for record temperatures that caused a lot of fires a few years ago.

https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/deep-sea-discovery-colorful-hydrothermal-vents

It wasn't temperature that caused those fires. Those fires continue to happen every year in the SOTC. It's because the Church of Green prevents anyone from cutting the brush down like they used to, so it burns instead. The stuff dries out in the summer, and if it's not removed, is easily ignited by lightning, car wrecks, outdoor welding, cigarette butts thrown out of cars, or someone just careless with fire.

I went out for a hike in one of Wisconsin's many beautiful state parks yesterday and noticed that some controlled burning was recently done there. That area is now ready for new life to grow up from the ashes, and it won't be a fire hazard. I'm glad that here in Wisconsin we actually manage our lands/forests.

Me too.


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