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All things 6th extinction: FACTOR "Y"

Discussion in 'Factor X' started by Jack Kruse, Sep 29, 2014.

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    Wildfires in US West doubled in 30 years http://earthsky.org/earth/forest-fires-u-s-west-doubled-climate-change

    The scientists’ statement says that wildfires in western forests began increasing abruptly in the 1980s, as measured by area burned, the number of large fires, and length of the fire season.

    "The study comes from Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. It shows that, since 1984, heightened temperatures and resulting aridity have caused fires to spread across an additional 16,000 square miles [41,000 square km] than they would have otherwise. That’s an area in the U.S. West larger than the states of Massachusetts and Connecticut combined, the authors said."​

    What else happened in the 1980s and the preceding years? Exponential growth of high voltage power lines across the US.
     
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    Trees burn more when the ecosystem is dehydrated.........
     
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    Perhaps we can take heart in this report, or perhaps it is a sign of FACTOR Y? NOAA uses a "disappearance model" to determine consumption of fish by humans. Might there be another more ominous reason? Extinction event in the sea on going? Perhaps that model is looking at the decline of fish populations rather than mankinds consumption of fish.....as opposed to the NHANES model. http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt...n=normal&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social
     
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