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hanimmal

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Im not one to rub dirt on a wound or anything, but watching this makes me so bummed to know what we have done to the land that our country is on. When they talk about the 'fireproof' of the trees, I can't help but wonder if there is a study somewhere about where all these trees were located and a computer generated model showing how much it would have affected the environment in California and the rest of the western states.

Not to mention all of the trees everywhere else that got cut down to strip land for the gnarly farming practices we use(d),
 

injinji

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Im not one to rub dirt on a wound or anything, but watching this makes me so bummed to know what we have done to the land that our country is on. When they talk about the 'fireproof' of the trees, I can't help but wonder if there is a study somewhere about where all these trees were located and a computer generated model showing how much it would have affected the environment in California and the rest of the western states.

Not to mention all of the trees everywhere else that got cut down to strip land for the gnarly farming practices we use(d),
A lot of the really big ones were saved when a lady showed the lumber companies it cost more per board foot to harvest them due to the increased labor cost.
 

RetiredGuerilla

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The gulf waters are warmest at the end of the long southern summers. This is not a NEW phenomenon. The Florida and Yucatan peninsulas help to make them some of the warmest on Earth by protecting them from larger and cooler ocean currents.
 

Grandpapy

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The gulf waters are warmest at the end of the long southern summers. This is not a NEW phenomenon. The Florida and Yucatan peninsulas help to make them some of the warmest on Earth by protecting them from larger and cooler ocean currents.
Getting record breaking hotter bodies of Water is new.

Look at Russia's investment in the Arctic vs ours. We should help them with deliveries to the south china sea.
 

injinji

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Getting record breaking hotter bodies of Water is new.
Micheal was Oct 10th, and the Gulf was 85F. It just blew up the last day before landfall.

Seems like they are coming more often and are stronger. We still have a lot of the hurricane season to go and are already on Sally. But these things are cyclical. This year reminds me of 2005.
 

injinji

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Speaking of Sally, we just got a robo call telling us the track had moved a little to the east. Still not a direct impact, but closer than we thought. (I'm north of Panama City)

 

ttystikk

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Micheal was Oct 10th, and the Gulf was 85F. It just blew up the last day before landfall.

Seems like they are coming more often and are stronger. We still have a lot of the hurricane season to go and are already on Sally. But these things are cyclical. This year reminds me of 2005.
I was in Florida in 2005. The floods and power outages were worse than the storm itself

Y'all be careful, and be prepared!
 

Rrog

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The gulf waters are warmest at the end of the long southern summers. This is not a NEW phenomenon. The Florida and Yucatan peninsulas help to make them some of the warmest on Earth by protecting them from larger and cooler ocean currents.
you’re a known psychopathic bullshitter so why would anyone read anything you put out there
 
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