So here is the real story. Some guy from Pakistan got suckered into buying a house in the middle of a pine forest which naturally burns every twenty years, and now he wants someone else to pay for his mistake.
The main fire season in the Southwest is May/June, and the big challenge now is to get through the weekend without too many people drowning in flash floods from the torrential rain.
Time Magazine considers Romm an expert, because he has no idea what he is talking about on either a short or long term time scale.
So anybody from anywhere outside of the US can buy land and own property in the US?
I guess I was miss informed on that.
So what happened with your new now old site, Steven?
Yeah, I have been following it, but I still don’t know what for or who or why?
Yes, this Canadian is looking for a WARM place to buy in Phoenix to avoid the HOT winters here in Canada…ya, we can buy property too…
Reminds me of the flatlanders my Big Brother has to rescue about every ten years…because they build on the Mississippi flood plains.
Reblogged this on Climate Ponderings.
Romm will eventually quit reporting on this story and will wait for the next extreme weather event to blame on climate change, typical close-minded, eco-freak alarmist.
Just imagine the garbage we would hear if a hurricane hit the eastern seaboard, but of course they’ll quiet down if this winter ends up being harsh, (and it should based on current and evolving conditions.) and call it climate “weirding” or something of that sort. Unlike the weather, the AGW alarmists are actually quite easy to predict, and understand their flawed ideology.
It’s not hard now when they claim any weather event is the cause, until it doesn’t suit their needs, then it’s just weather.
Did climate change cause Obamacare? Maybe John Roberts had a fever from all the CO2 induced heat.