Tamino Says That Fires Are Getting Worse In Idaho And Montana

Tamino is off on a mindless rampage about forest fires in the west. As usual, he has no idea what he is talking about.

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FOREST FIRE LOSS PUT AT $15,000,000 – More Than Six Billion Feet of Lumber Burned in the Woods of Montana and Idaho. – View Article – NYTimes.com

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5 Responses to Tamino Says That Fires Are Getting Worse In Idaho And Montana

  1. Glacierman says:

    It’s hard to see when you are blinded by the sun. Maybe a new pair of Foster Grants is in order.

  2. Dave N says:

    Alarmists ignore the parts of history (or “adjust” them) that disagree with their assertions; realists use every piece of history to rebut them.

  3. jae says:

    That NYT Report covered the largest forest fire in US history, which occurred only 4 years after Teddy Roosevelt formed the U.S. Forest Service on the promise that there would never be any monster fires again. Over 300 people died. You can read all about it–and about the formation of the US Forest Service–in the book “The Big Burn,” by Timothy Eagan. It’s also fun reading about how Teddy Roosevelt and the first Forest Service Chief (Gifford Pinchot) delighted in trying to beat the hell out of each other in the boxing ring!

  4. Keitho says:

    Nobody can give me information on why bush/forest fires are a metric for global warming or CO2.

    There is a huge bush fire near here (fynbos actually) up around Stellenbosch yet the weather is very average at around 30 deg C and we had good rains in the winter.

    It is very hard to see how an air temperature of 0.6deg more than the historical average in the USA can result in worse bush fires than evvah. What is the link and mechanism?

  5. miked1947 says:

    That is why his site earned that name “AIRHEAD”! 🙂
    That is what one gets with an “OPEN MIND”,especially Tammy and followers!

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