The Fort Collins 2012 Mega-Fire

I’ve seen several news stories describing the fire here as a “mega-fire caused by global warming.”

It is sad that people lost their homes (what do you expect if you build a house in the middle of a forest in a place that averages only 14 inches of rain a year) – but the fire is not very big compared to the low CO2 fire of 1898.

The 2012 fire is the red dot west of Fort Collins. The 1898 fire is the blue rectangle. The 1898 fire was hundreds of times larger. People who claim that fires are getting more severe, have no idea what they are talking about.

UPDATED: High Park Fire maps and imagery | The Coloradoan | coloradoan.com

FOREST FIRES IN COLORADO. – People in Northwest Part of the State Said to be Fleeing for Their Lives — Loss Will Be Enormous. – View Article – NYTimes.com

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5 Responses to The Fort Collins 2012 Mega-Fire

  1. Don Gaddes says:

    At thirty degrees Longitude/month Westward (with the orbit of the Earth’s Magnetic Field,) the current One Solar/Earth Year ‘Dry’ Cycle will have passed North America (and Fort Collins) by July. An alleviation of ‘Wild-Fire’ conditions should be expected, with the subsequent arrival of the Two Solar/Earth Year ‘Wet’/Normal Period.
    An updated version of ‘Tomorrow’s Weather’ Alex S. Gaddes, (1990) (with ‘Dry’ Cycle forecasts to 2055,) is available as a free pdf from dongaddes93@gmail.com

    • Andy DC says:

      Wow, that Forbes aricle was fantastic and it is great to see “our” Steve quoted! Slowly but surely the cat is coming out of the bag.

  2. ntesdorf says:

    A very clear map of relative fire sizes, showing the huge discrepancy in size of the two fires. CAGW addicts would certainly imagine it was the other way round as they do not like to consult inconvenient truths.

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