The Waldo-Canyon Fire of 2012 was the most destructive wildfire in the state’s history. It consumed over 346 homes, burned more than 18,200 acres, forced the evacuation of more than 32,000 residents, and cost $8.8 million to contain.
Complete bullshit. The Hayman fire in 2002 was 138,000 acres, and the 1898 fire was about 5,000,000 acres.
Colorado experienced over $1.0 billion in hail damage due to a series of storms in June 2012.
A single hailstorm on July 11, 1990 did $1.1 billion damage. We have destructive hailstorms all the time.
In Colorado, there were over 4,300 hospital admissions for asthma in 2011, with an average charge
of over $19,600 for each stay.
Asthma has nothing to do with CO2.
An outbreak of the mountain pine beetle in 2006 killed 5 million lodgepole pines in one year, a four-fold increase over 2005. The infestation covered nearly half of all Colorado’s forests.
The pine beetle infestation is over. Infestations are largely due to 80 years of fire suppression.
How is Obama different from Goebbels?