Saturday, 14 September 2019

"Skeptics think we should stop firestorms by reducing fuel loads, and clearing firebreaks. Unskeptical scientists on the other hand are talking about going vegan, swapping light globes, installing windmills and photovoltaic panels and of course…. planting more trees. Oh the dilemma? Should we stop fires with firebreaks or wave some solar panels?" #QotD


Jo Nova writing on the reaction to the Australian bushfires from climate scientologists, asks How Many Fires Can Australia Stop with Solar Panels & Windfarms:
"As some fires rage, parts of the nation are gripped with witchcraft.
    "Skeptics think we should stop firestorms by reducing fuel loads, and clearing firebreaks. Unskeptical scientists on the other hand are talking about going vegan, swapping light globes, installing windmills and photovoltaic panels and of course…. planting more trees. Oh the dilemma? Should we stop fires with firebreaks or wave some solar panels? ...
    "What will it take for us to wake up to the Science Crisis? Somehow it had never occurred to [warmists] that rainforests can burn. What are our universities teaching?
Five kilometers away from the disastrous fires [at Binna Burra] is Numinbah, where there is no trend at all in rainfall ... 
    "This is the reality of climate change:



    "The only trend that’s meaningful in fires is that 67 years of fire management in the hot, dry state of WA shows the more prescribed area that we burn, the less that wildfire does."

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