More evidence of blatant deceit from the world’s largest ponzi scheme.
A University of Arizona report from 2006 found that large forest fires occurred more frequently in the Western United States since the mid-1980s as spring temperatures increased, snow melted earlier and summers got hotter, and that the fire season has grown. According to University of Colorado, Berkeley fire ecologist Max Moritz, the Colorado fire features “a lot of the characteristics we would expect under climate change,” including plentiful, dry fuel as a result of low precipitation.
The 1980s was the wettest decade on record in the southwest. I remember skiing in six foot deep snow at the Los Alamos ski hill – in October. All the bridges in Phoenix washed out, except for one.
So why didn’t they start their study during the 1970s – the normal cherry pick start date? Simple – because the 1970s was very dry and plagued with disastrous fires.
h/t to Andy DC