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    Raging wildfires in California and Oregon claim yet more lives
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    "The death toll from wildfires on America’s West Coast is expected to soar, with Oregon officials even preparing for mass casualties."
    "Firefighters say they are facing the most explosive blazes they have ever seen and warn the land is so dry, these fires could burn well into the winter months."


    (The largest fire on record in CA. is the August Complex fire, still burning, 19 dead and thousands evacuated so far.
    40 fires burning in CA. altogether tonight.
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    Yes, thanks. Here's the video:

    https://cdn4.liveleak.com/2020/Sep/1...A==,1600008155


    The video text says:
    On the 9th [Sept], FBI officials revealed that the analysis model of the US Department of Homeland Security showed that most of the initial fires of the west coast wildfires spread along forest roads and caused investigations. Li Jianjun, a 57-year-old Chinese who immigrated to the United States for 20 years, was raided and found a video from his laptop. GPS records of his car showed that he went to the fire area many times in early August.

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    Yes, thanks. Here's the video:

    https://cdn4.liveleak.com/2020/Sep/1...A==,1600008155


    The video text says:
    On the 9th [Sept], FBI officials revealed that the analysis model of the US Department of Homeland Security showed that most of the initial fires of the west coast wildfires spread along forest roads and caused investigations. Li Jianjun, a 57-year-old Chinese who immigrated to the United States for 20 years, was raided and found a video from his laptop. GPS records of his car showed that he went to the fire area many times in early August.
    Gwin Ru’s link works for me. I keep getting the same message for your link. Amazing footage. A good one to keep on the Avalon site in case it’s removed.






    Last Wednesday, justntime2learn left these posts:

    Quote Posted by justntime2learn (here)
    All our animals, Jill and I are requesting all prayers and positive intensions anyone has to offer.

    We have been on alert to evacuate do to wildfires for 2 days and just recieved the alert to leave.

    I know we should just leave, but there's a catch. We can't load up 14 donkees, scores of sheep and I can't leave them. Our neighbor and we decided to open the gates when leaving, so I'm waiting to see fire.

    It's difficult having two days to load up everything you want, then deciding what's realy important to take.

    Bless you all in advance and much Love
    Quote Posted by justntime2learn (here)
    Yes, on two sides. We have trees almost a hundred feet on just our three acres. I can't imagine the house surviving if one of those trees goes. there's a lot of dry brush outside of our property that I don't have any control over.

    my neighbors loading as many animals onto his trailer as he can right now. my daughter offered to pick up seven of our feral cats and kennel them, but We know how bad that would stress them. We have one tame cat we're going to take. they're used to climbing the ladder into the window and coming in the back door, so we will leave both open and I'm building kitty mountain now.

    Also, letting 14 donkeys and 60 sheep out onto the road everyone's trying to evacuate wouldn't be helpful, that's why I'm staying.
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    I really feel like we're going to be okay
    Quote Posted by justntime2learn (here)
    That was some powerful mojo dear friends! Thank You! We're still here but nothing has changed. It's going to be another long day but the weather conditions are more favorable than the past 3 days.

    Approximately 2 hours after asking for prayers the wind completely stopped and it cooled off much quicker than the past 3 days. You could even feel the cool moisture on your face.

    we've been up most the night so we're going to water everything down then put the sprinkler on our roof and get some sleep if possible.

    Again, thank you so much for your prayers and positive intentions.
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    Quote Posted by RunningDeer (here)
    Gwin Ru’s link works for me. I keep getting the same message for your link. Amazing footage. A good one to keep on the Avalon site in case it’s removed.
    Yep, it had a time-sensitive security tag on it. Apologies! But here it is safely archived:

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    16,000 firefighters battle California blazes | WNT
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    "At least 29 major wildfires are burning on the West Coast and threatening hundreds of homes, with conditions only expected to get worse through the week."




    Deadly California wildfires force evacuations and produce hazardous smoke
    12,016 views•Sep 14, 2020
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    "At least 35 people are confirmed dead many more missing from historic wildfires in the West where dozens of blazes continue to rage."


    (More than 70 fires burning now in 10 states, at least 27 dead. Reports were saying cities there have among the worst air quality in the world, now they are saying it's the worst.
    Seeing how terrible that is from the videos, it sure made me wonder where the very worst air quality was before !!)
    CA. tends to get worst fires in November and December, so it's likely far from over yet.
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    This is a rather damning look at the fires.

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    I've been looking at that picture over and over all week but I didn't dare send it to anyone I know because I suspect it's really only a "political" map. Meaning, the data stops at the border because it's a US specific 'political' map. I'd need more real data about Canada before I'd get excited about it and bomb my contacts with it.

    I've had more than enough of shooting myself in the foot by sharing stuff that turned out to be misleading, unreliable, disinfo or plain wrong. That Catherine Fitts is backing it is interesting tho'.
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    As if they weren't damned enough already!
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    Quote Posted by norman (here)
    I've been looking at that picture over and over all week but I didn't dare send it to anyone I know because I suspect it's really only a "political" map. Meaning, the data stops at the border because it's a US specific 'political' map. I'd need more real data about Canada before I'd get excited about it and bomb my contacts with it.

    I've had more than enough of shooting myself in the foot by sharing stuff that turned out to be misleading, unreliable, disinfo or plain wrong. That Catherine Fitts is backing it is interesting tho'.
    True, I had the same thought. It's a somewhat symbolic gesture as there are fires in Canada, just nowhere near the scale as in the US.

    Based on this report, Canada Fires it's a relatively quiet year for fires in Canada tho' there are 2 out of control fires at this time.

    Quote Following a years-long series of extreme wildland fire seasons, 2020 has been one of Canada’s quietist since the 1990s.
    More and more there are reports of people, especially young people, starting fires all over the west. Fingers are being pointed at Antifa and others of similar ilk.

    I pay some attention to is as it's one of the reasons I left California and I also have friends and family there. They are fortunately many miles from the fires but, as one friend said, it's too hot to close the windows and too smoky to keep them open. Difficult times for all and extremely difficult for others.
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    Macomb County Scanner

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    California fire tornado.


    https://www.facebook.com/scannermacomb/videos/352550309202979/
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    Quote Posted by Franny (here)
    This is a rather damning look at the fires.

    FireWeatherAvalanche.org only covers a limited area because they rely on donations and people that volunteer their time. I wouldn't rule out the same for the Catherine Fitts website.
    This fire map is powered by a large database of information, and is run on high-end servers. Currently, we volunteer our time developing this product for free and pay the costs.



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    Bobcat Fire Continues To Grow As Mount Wilson Evacuates
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    "A massive wildfire burning in the Angeles National Forest north of Monrovia came within 500 feet of the Mount Wilson Observatory, fire officials said Tuesday."

    (41,000 acres burnt, only 3% containment, smoke reaches East Coast.)


    Bobcat Fire update: Flames edge closer to Mount Wilson, a landmark of modern technology | ABC7
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    "The Bobcat Fire is within 500 feet of Mount Wilson, home to SoCal's TV towers and an observatory where 20th century astrophysics was pioneered."
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    From Dutchsinse''s FB just now: "
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    "September 16, 2020 .. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper has confirmed China + Russia possess and are using directed energy weapons (DEW) in space ."
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    Update and Forecast for Creek Fire, Bobcat Fire, North Complex, and other California Wildfires
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    (Comprehensive report for CA., some good news (Bay Area fires pretty much contained) and bad (Mt. Wilson still in danger) and plenty of detailed statistics, more than reports from most news stations. )

    "A Red Flag Warning is in effect for the 30-40mph winds moving in later today that could lead to extreme fire behavior and rapid rate of spread. The August Complex is now officially over 839,000 acres making it the largest wildfire in the history of California. Both air quality and wildfire destruction are a major concern for California as more than 28 large wildfires burn throughout the state. The North Complex is now over 280,000 acres making it the 6th largest California wildfire. Unfortunately, 15 fatalities have been reported in association with this blaze.The Creek Fire has increased to more than 228,000 acres making it the #12 largest wildfire in California history. While active burning has slowed for the SCU and LNU Lightning Complex wildfires, they remain at #3 and #4 on the list. Lastly, the Bobcat Fire has grown to 50,000 acres in Southern California, posing a new risk to communities in that area.
    Considering there will be hot, dry, windy conditions for the next few days, I will be sure to post daily updates as the situation progresses."

    You can obtain the latest information by going to:

    (Continually updated statistics on all the CA. fires here: )https://www.sfchronicle.com/projects...rnia-fire-map/
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    The reports from this youtuber are thorough and comprehensive, and issued on a regular basis, much better coverage of the fires than most news outlets
    Update and Forecast for Creek Fire, Bobcat Fire, North Complex, and other California Wildfires
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    With the major wind event behind us, weather conditions are looking up for the California wildfires as the low pressure system moving in will bring cooler temperatures, higher relative humidity, and possibly rain to our fires. With that being said, the August Complex is now officially over 824,000 acres making it the largest wildfire in the history of California. Both air quality and wildfire destruction remain a concern for California as more than 25 large wildfires burn throughout the state. The North Complex is now over 287,000 acres making it the 5th largest California wildfire. Unfortunately, 15 fatalities have been reported in association with this blaze.The Creek Fire has increased to more than 248,000 acres making it the #10 largest wildfire in California history. While active burning has slowed for the SCU and LNU Lightning Complex wildfires, they remain at #3 and #4 on the list. Lastly, the Bobcat Fire has grown to 60,000 acres in Southern California, posing a new risk to communities in that area.
    Although conditions are looking up, I will continue to post daily wildfire forecasts to keep you guys updated.

    You can obtain the latest information by going to:
    https://www.fire.ca.gov

    You can find the North Complex Damage Map here:
    https://www.arcgis.com/apps/webappvie...

    You can find my interview with Joe Rosamond and Ben Bowman here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNgNw... "

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    Strong Winds Fan Flames Of Bobcat Fire, New Evacuations Ordered
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    "The Bobcat Fire pushed deeper into the Juniper Hills area late Friday afternoon, where an unknown number of homes have burned on the northeast side of the fire."

    (Strong winds fanning the flames, Mt. Wilson Observatory still in danger. )

    Bobcat Fire Grows To 72,000 Acres, Remains At 15% Containment
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    "The Bobcat Fire grew Friday to 72,000 acres driven by strong winds and warm temperatures in the Juniper Hills area. Fire officials report the fire remained at 15% containment."
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    Update and Forecast for Creek Fire, Bobcat Fire, North Complex, and other California Wildfires
    720 views•Sep 21, 2020
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    "The Bobcat Fire has grown to 105,000 acres in Southern California, posing a new risk to communities in that area.The August Complex is now officially over 837,000 acres making it the largest wildfire in the history of California. The North Complex is now over 294,000 acres making it the 5th largest California wildfire. Unfortunately, 15 fatalities have been reported in association with this blaze.The Creek Fire has increased to more than 278,000 acres making it the #7 largest wildfire in California history. While active burning has slowed for the SCU and LNU Lightning Complex wildfires, they remain at #3 and #4 on the list.
    Although conditions are looking better than last week, I will continue to post daily wildfire forecasts to keep you guys updated."

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    Not looking good for Mt. Wilson Observatory
    Update and Forecast for Bobcat Fire, Creek Fire, North Complex, and other California Wildfires
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    "The Bobcat Fire has grown to 109,000 acres in Southern California, posing a new risk to valuable resources and communities in that area.The August Complex is now officially over 846,000 acres making it the largest wildfire in the history of California. The North Complex is now over 298,000 acres making it the 5th largest California wildfire. Unfortunately, 15 fatalities have been reported in association with this blaze.The Creek Fire has increased to more than 283,000 acres making it the #7 largest wildfire in California history. While active burning has slowed for the SCU and LNU Lightning Complex wildfires, they remain at #3 and #4 on the list.
    Although conditions are looking better than last week, I will continue to post daily wildfire forecasts to keep you guys updated."

    You can obtain the latest information by going to:
    https://www.fire.ca.gov

    You can find the North Complex Damage Map here:
    https://www.arcgis.com/apps/webappvie...

    You can find my interview with Joe Rosamond and Ben Bowman here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNgNw...



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    Bobcat Fire Explodes, Becomes One of Largest in LA County History | NBCLA
    41,189 views•Sep 22, 2020
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    "The Bobcat Fire grew to more than 106,000 acres and destroyed twenty nine structures. Kim Tobin reported on NBC4 News on Sept. 21, 2020."

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