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California Wildfires Razing Towns To The Ground (VIDEO)


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At least fifteen people have been eliminated as the wildfires remain to rage uncontrollable. Cenk Uygur as well as Ana Kasparian, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Inform us exactly what you think in the remark section listed below. Join TYT:

" SONOMA, Calif.– Wine country was shrouded in a thick layer of smoky haze right here on Tuesday as firemens continuouslied battle wildfires that have left at least 15 individuals dead and also have actually damaged or damaged about 2,000 structures, including wineries, houses and also hotels.

State fire authorities estimated that 17 separate fires, the first team which began Sunday night, had burned regarding 115,000 acres over 8 regions. Greater than 100 people had been taken to hospitals by Tuesday early morning, and also authorities stated that the tallies of the dead as well as damaged were most likely to increase as many individuals were still missing out on or unaccounted for.

About 20,000 people were compelled to leave, a few of them fleeing on foot and by auto as the fires swiftly surpassed their communities, the authorities claimed. Dozens of sanctuaries opened across Northern The golden state." *.

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  1. Posted by Thomas Oklahoma, at Reply

    As a former Wildland Firefighter, I have an ideal what causes these large devastating fires. there are three factors that create catastrophic wildfires:

    Bad land management
    There are too much overgrowth due to taking natural fires out of the environment, and/or not enough thinning of the forest. What I mean by that is natural fires often burn away excessive amounts of growth, fire makes the forest healthy. With too much overgrowth there is too much fuel for fires which allows the fire to reach up to the top of the trees, thus having “crowning” effect that literally destroys whole forest and massive property destruction and damage. Solution? There also needs to be a combination of the private and public sector working to thin out unnecessary brush, weeds and overgrowth in and around property and national forest. And letting some fires (that are away from homes, towns etc.) burn, so nature can take care of the overgrowth.

    Climate Change
    Which is creating prolonged droughts which dries out the overgrowth, and creates the conditions for huge wildfires. When this is combined with bad land management, this creates the potential for catastrophic wild fires. Solution? Society needs to go green to help reverse climate change which is both natural and human caused. Humans are prolonging climate change, and if humanity keeps in the destructive direction, than climate change will never go away and will only get worse.

    Human carelessness
    People’s carelessness actually causes more fires than nature does. People need to make sure their camp fires are completely out before they leave. People need to stop throwing their burning cigarette butts on the ground. People often let trees grow too close to power-lines, power lines need to be free of tree branches etc.

    So the three major issues of catastrophic wildland fires is bad land management, human carelessness and climate change!!!

    • Posted by AllenBolt, at Reply

      Thomas Oklahoma thanks for the info

    • Posted by sailorcaramel, at Reply

      Thomas Oklahoma
      Thank you for your expertise.

    • Posted by John Dana, at Reply

      Thomas Oklahoma and remember we can’t have nice things. Just tax cuts for rich people

  2. Posted by Frank Kunene, at Reply

    Had a conversation with some climate change denying ‘Jesus fans’. In the end I just said, “Well it’s either the effects of climate change or god’s will, you decide.” Still waiting for an answer.

  3. Posted by Harajuku3000, at Reply

    I was wondering if the inmate fire fighter out there? Another news story to investigate.

  4. Posted by njintau, at Reply

    I’m looking forward to Trump bullying the local mayor, claim that Californians want everything done for them and then complain about how the aid the feds had to pay had thrown the budget out of whack.

  5. Posted by West African Goddess, at Reply

    So sad to see my hometown of Santa Rosa ablaze like that 😭 praying for everyone!

  6. Posted by IG:liasweetie, at Reply

    i live an hour away near Sacramento and the sun is none existent here the sky is so filled with smoke that we can hardly breath. and that is an hour away so can you imagine how bad it is.

  7. Posted by Gigabyte1337, at Reply

    Don’t worry your president will fix it.

  8. Posted by Mataeus The Apostate, at Reply

    At a certain point, we’re going to need to fund national projects to counteract the effects of climate change. Massive cloud seeding operations to counteract droughts. Building up levies and dams and dikes to protect areas below sea level. This along with widespread adoption of renewable energy sources is something that needs to be done asap.

  9. Posted by Ash, at Reply

    That’s my city on fire. It’s so sad. The winds are coming back though. That’s the worst part.

  10. Posted by Dan Conger, at Reply

    Global climate change is definitely happening, but the last drought was NOT a record length of time. There was an eight year drought from the mid-eighties to the early nineties. Also, according to Bristlecone Pine tree rings, there was a drought that lasted over 100 years in that tree-ring record in the distant past.

  11. Posted by OceanIsMyMorphine, at Reply

    I live in Lake County near where the fire started that is raging here, the Sulphur Fire. I really wish you would have done your research and spoke about all the counties being hit by fires, instead of just choice ones. We have been hit by devastating fires every year for the last 3 years. Mendocino county (our neighboring county) was also hit. I really wish you would have reported on the scope of what is happening and how bad it truly is in northern California as a whole. It feels like living in hell up here. I’m heartbroken for everyone going through this horrifying time. My heart goes out to everyone effected, I know how terrible it is to watch the places you love be destroyed.

  12. Posted by Hunter Reid, at Reply

    Ohhhhh stahp global warming is just a hoax invented by the chinese…nothing to see here folks, move along…

  13. Posted by hermenutic, at Reply

    It’s not fine that people dismiss knowledge in favor of ‘pet views’. It is not fine it is troubling.

  14. Posted by Smitty Yagerman Jenson #1, at Reply

    And trump hasnt even said anything bout it

  15. Posted by Will Hensley, at Reply

    Trump has brought the apocalypse upon us.

  16. Posted by deharleyva, at Reply

    People want to suffer.

  17. Posted by Ben Yusof, at Reply

    nah .. climate change is not real .. your smart president with high iq can tell u moe about it

  18. Posted by Milliround Holyground, at Reply