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Urgent! California fires updates!! 42 casualties! Winds 40 to 70 mph!! Day 3! Extreme fire conditions today for San Diego!

 
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Have you guys been watching any of the Juan Brown videos posted in the fire threads? He's the commercial pilot who lives in northern CA (Nevada county, one over from Butte, I believe). In one of most recent updates he explained that the land up in Butte is granite and, while subject to flash floods, it's not landslide prone. That's a problem for southern California. When I lived out, I did some sandbagging after big fires followed by landslides. Some houses were filled with mud five feet deep and it happens fast in those canyons. I suspect it will be another disaster for the people who endured the Woolsey fire.
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Have you guys been watching any of the Juan Brown videos posted in the fire threads? He's the commercial pilot who lives in northern CA (Nevada county, one over from Butte, I believe). In one of most recent updates he explained that the land up in Butte is granite and, while subject to flash floods, it's not landslide prone. That's a problem for southern California. When I lived out, I did some sandbagging after big fires followed by landslides. Some houses were filled with mud five feet deep and it happens fast in those canyons. I suspect it will be another disaster for the people who endured the Woolsey fire.
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I watched the guy rescue his badly burned cat from
under a melted car before seeing this...I was crying
from the video and then I saw this IT TURNED TO ANGER.

Political insanity and CRIMINAL MISMANAGEMENT OF FORESTS
is at the bottom of ALL THIS SUFFERING.

This is a national tragedy...It was unnecessary and
OF COURSE HAS A "MONEY TRAIL"...SOMEONE GOT RICH.

cheers
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FOLLOW THE MONEY TRAIL OF CORRUPT FOREST
MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS. THEY SHOULD BE JAILED.

"Know ONE thing absolutely...and you will UNDERSTAND everything. Walt Whitman "Leaves of Grass"
From the genius of Carl Jung:
The least of things with a meaning is worth more in life than the greatest of things without it.
Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.
Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.
From "Monty Python:"
The earth's rotational energy is 2 * 10^29 Joules. That's 2 followed by 29 zeros.Nothing could change the earth's rotation, even a little bit.
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This will make you cry...


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That made me tear up. Oh sweet baby. How did it survive?
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tugs at the heart strings just a bit
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"Know ONE thing absolutely...and you will UNDERSTAND everything. Walt Whitman "Leaves of Grass"
From the genius of Carl Jung:
The least of things with a meaning is worth more in life than the greatest of things without it.
Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.
Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.
From "Monty Python:"
The earth's rotational energy is 2 * 10^29 Joules. That's 2 followed by 29 zeros.Nothing could change the earth's rotation, even a little bit.
Thread: "Founder of Analytical Psychology," Carl Jung Called "Disturbed" Due to His "Red Book!" Video
Thread: Update Pg.1: Dr. Carl Jung's "Catastrophe-Art" Meets Velikovsky, Vogt, Davidson and the Solar Micro-Nova--Did Jung KNOW?
Thread: Mystery surrounding strange yellow glass adornment of King Tut finally cracked
Thread: "Founder of Analytical Psychology," Carl Jung Called "Disturbed" Due to His "Red Book!" Video
Thread: "Your Emergency "bug-out-bag" isn't big enough for THIS! Earth is a Run-Away Train: UPDATED! (Page 6)
Thread: BIG Up-Date (pg. 12) "Heads-Up" for "Unprecedented Event(s)!" Did NASA "leak" warning using image of Demi-God? Video
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I watched the guy rescue his badly burned cat from
under a melted car before seeing this...I was crying
from the video and then I saw this IT TURNED TO ANGER.

Political insanity and CRIMINAL MISMANAGEMENT OF FORESTS
is at the bottom of ALL THIS SUFFERING.

This is a national tragedy...It was unnecessary and
OF COURSE HAS A "MONEY TRAIL"...SOMEONE GOT RICH.

cheers
O'sCookie

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FOLLOW THE MONEY TRAIL OF CORRUPT FOREST
MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS. THEY SHOULD BE JAILED.

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I really like him because he doesn't deal in anything but facts and logic. His other video that shows the power lines running through the canyon and explains the generation from the Oroville dam is really educational, too. None of this rules out arson and Agenda 21/30 but he helps people see just how easy it is for these places to catch fire.
They got caught ridin dirty! Motherfuckfaces are going down! You know where else this rabbit hole leads? I’m hoping Eric “give em all free guns” Holder and Valerie “planet of the apes” Jarrett.
~ Miss Bunny Swan
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Re: Urgent! California fires updates!! 42 casualties! Winds 40 to 70 mph!! Day 3! Extreme fire conditions today for San Diego!
PEOPLE DIED IN THE PARADISE FIRE BECAUSE AGENDA 21 ROAD PLANNING TRAPPED THEM IN THE CITY



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Very good video, sseess.
They got caught ridin dirty! Motherfuckfaces are going down! You know where else this rabbit hole leads? I’m hoping Eric “give em all free guns” Holder and Valerie “planet of the apes” Jarrett.
~ Miss Bunny Swan
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Re: Urgent! California fires updates!! 42 casualties! Winds 40 to 70 mph!! Day 3! Extreme fire conditions today for San Diego!
The number of people still missing has dropped on Sunday to 249.
Most people were in shelters or staying in hotels and friends and didnt even know they were on the list.
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Re: Urgent! California fires updates!! 42 casualties! Winds 40 to 70 mph!! Day 3! Extreme fire conditions today for San Diego!
I spent a lot of summers in Paradise as a child. I remember how dry it was and the dirt was a fine red dust. Everywhere you looked there were groves of Manzanita. It seemed like an invasive species, really, it was EVERYWHERE.

Certainly good fuel! But where is it now in the "after" pictures? The other trees survived, for the most part, it seems. It's as if it was introduced just for that purpose:

MANZANITA
Arctostaphylos viscida
Manzanita firewood or wood for smoking

Manzanita firewood burns long and very hot. Manzanita is a shrub or small tree in the Western US that typically only reaches a height of 6′-8′ tall. Pieces will typically be small and usually crooked, but this dense hardwood will put out a lot of heat, so use it with caution, I have seen stoves glow red from loading it up with too much of this wood. When burning it in a stove, it’s best to build small fires or mix it with other species of wood.

Manzanita firewood will produce a nice bed of coals that will radiate intense heat. Be careful if you stir the coals because they can crackle and throw glowing hot cinders when disturbed. It’s an intense firewood species, but when used with caution it can make excellent firewood.

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Re: Urgent! California fires updates!! 42 casualties! Winds 40 to 70 mph!! Day 3! Extreme fire conditions today for San Diego!
I spent a lot of summers in Paradise as a child. I remember how dry it was and the dirt was a fine red dust. Everywhere you looked there were groves of Manzanita. It seemed like an invasive species, really, it was EVERYWHERE.

Certainly good fuel! But where is it now in the "after" pictures? The other trees survived, for the most part, it seems. It's as if it was introduced just for that purpose:

MANZANITA
Arctostaphylos viscida
Manzanita firewood or wood for smoking

Manzanita firewood burns long and very hot. Manzanita is a shrub or small tree in the Western US that typically only reaches a height of 6′-8′ tall. Pieces will typically be small and usually crooked, but this dense hardwood will put out a lot of heat, so use it with caution, I have seen stoves glow red from loading it up with too much of this wood. When burning it in a stove, it’s best to build small fires or mix it with other species of wood.

Manzanita firewood will produce a nice bed of coals that will radiate intense heat. Be careful if you stir the coals because they can crackle and throw glowing hot cinders when disturbed. It’s an intense firewood species, but when used with caution it can make excellent firewood.

[link to firewoodresource.com]
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It's not an invasive species.

Interesting info about Manzanita here:

[link to sierrafoothillgarden.com]
They got caught ridin dirty! Motherfuckfaces are going down! You know where else this rabbit hole leads? I’m hoping Eric “give em all free guns” Holder and Valerie “planet of the apes” Jarrett.
~ Miss Bunny Swan
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Re: Urgent! California fires updates!! 42 casualties! Winds 40 to 70 mph!! Day 3! Extreme fire conditions today for San Diego!
The number of people still missing has dropped on Sunday to 249.
Most people were in shelters or staying in hotels and friends and didnt even know they were on the list.
(via R)
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That missing number has been all over the place and I hope it keeps going down as people are located alive. Last I heard the confirmed death toll is 84. I suspect that will go up.
They got caught ridin dirty! Motherfuckfaces are going down! You know where else this rabbit hole leads? I’m hoping Eric “give em all free guns” Holder and Valerie “planet of the apes” Jarrett.
~ Miss Bunny Swan
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The fire is controled.
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California Flaming Mounds Compilation and Bags of Mulch Burning into Nothing



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Re: Urgent! California fires updates!! 42 casualties! Winds 40 to 70 mph!! Day 3! Extreme fire conditions today for San Diego!
I spent a lot of summers in Paradise as a child. I remember how dry it was and the dirt was a fine red dust. Everywhere you looked there were groves of Manzanita. It seemed like an invasive species, really, it was EVERYWHERE.

Certainly good fuel! But where is it now in the "after" pictures? The other trees survived, for the most part, it seems. It's as if it was introduced just for that purpose:

MANZANITA
Arctostaphylos viscida
Manzanita firewood or wood for smoking

Manzanita firewood burns long and very hot. Manzanita is a shrub or small tree in the Western US that typically only reaches a height of 6′-8′ tall. Pieces will typically be small and usually crooked, but this dense hardwood will put out a lot of heat, so use it with caution, I have seen stoves glow red from loading it up with too much of this wood. When burning it in a stove, it’s best to build small fires or mix it with other species of wood.

Manzanita firewood will produce a nice bed of coals that will radiate intense heat. Be careful if you stir the coals because they can crackle and throw glowing hot cinders when disturbed. It’s an intense firewood species, but when used with caution it can make excellent firewood.

[link to firewoodresource.com]
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It's not an invasive species.

Interesting info about Manzanita here:

[link to sierrafoothillgarden.com]
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Cool, thanks for that article. The thing is, it was all over, as I recall and not "safe" as described in the article because it was everywhere......would have made great fuel and I did not see any (maybe they are there) in the after photos.
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Paradise Lost #13 ~ "I Barely Made it Out Alive"

Douglas Gabriel interviews Robert Otey in his first-hand account of what it was like on the ground as the California firestorm broke out.



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FLASH FLOOD WARNING for #CampFire burn area. Mud and debris expected especially for hwy 70 and downstream. Lasts next two hours at least.
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California is going into the Sea.
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Or burn up
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Either works.
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Re: Urgent! California fires updates!! 42 casualties! Winds 40 to 70 mph!! Day 3! Extreme fire conditions today for San Diego!
Have you guys been watching any of the Juan Brown videos posted in the fire threads? He's the commercial pilot who lives in northern CA (Nevada county, one over from Butte, I believe). In one of most recent updates he explained that the land up in Butte is granite and, while subject to flash floods, it's not landslide prone. That's a problem for southern California. When I lived out, I did some sandbagging after big fires followed by landslides. Some houses were filled with mud five feet deep and it happens fast in those canyons. I suspect it will be another disaster for the people who endured the Woolsey fire.
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Being Feather River rock and with the loss if vegetation who needs a mudslide?

Floods kill more than most other disasters.
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Re: Urgent! California fires updates!! 42 casualties! Winds 40 to 70 mph!! Day 3! Extreme fire conditions today for San Diego!
I spent a lot of summers in Paradise as a child. I remember how dry it was and the dirt was a fine red dust. Everywhere you looked there were groves of Manzanita. It seemed like an invasive species, really, it was EVERYWHERE.

Certainly good fuel! But where is it now in the "after" pictures? The other trees survived, for the most part, it seems. It's as if it was introduced just for that purpose:

MANZANITA
Arctostaphylos viscida
Manzanita firewood or wood for smoking

Manzanita firewood burns long and very hot. Manzanita is a shrub or small tree in the Western US that typically only reaches a height of 6′-8′ tall. Pieces will typically be small and usually crooked, but this dense hardwood will put out a lot of heat, so use it with caution, I have seen stoves glow red from loading it up with too much of this wood. When burning it in a stove, it’s best to build small fires or mix it with other species of wood.

Manzanita firewood will produce a nice bed of coals that will radiate intense heat. Be careful if you stir the coals because they can crackle and throw glowing hot cinders when disturbed. It’s an intense firewood species, but when used with caution it can make excellent firewood.

[link to firewoodresource.com]
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It's not an invasive species.

Interesting info about Manzanita here:

[link to sierrafoothillgarden.com]
 Quoting: thinking...


Cool, thanks for that article. The thing is, it was all over, as I recall and not "safe" as described in the article because it was everywhere......would have made great fuel and I did not see any (maybe they are there) in the after photos.
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As a wildland firefighter of 40 years I'll define my prejudice quickly.

I dislike Manzanita.

Thin it way back especially near what you wish to preserve.

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Paradise Lost # 20 ~ @ 50,000 Murdered !!!...A Matter of Genocide



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Undeniable evidence the fires were intentional and only could've been deep state.

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