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    Elana Freeland, predictably, takes the Sky Weapon angle on the fires, and is hanging on for a good outcome in the war between what she sees as the Trump side and Deep State side.
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    https://youtu.be/KC8cpJwVH8k?t=1477

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    Elana Freeland
    , predictably, takes the Sky Weapon angle on the fires
    Starfire Optical Range - sodium laser


    Quote Though the caption states that this is a "sodium laser", this is actually misleading as the Starfire Optical Range LIDAR laser seen here is actually two solid state IR lasers, 1.064 and 1.319 microns, that are frequency summed in LBO within a doubly resonant cavity.

    The orange beam is observed due to the intense laser light scattering off particles in the air. In general, laser light travelling through a vacuum can not be seen unless aimed directly towards the observer.
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    In Dark Journalist's latest talk with Catherine Austin Fitts, the subject of weather warfare is mentioned, starting at 17 minutes in here:

    Also posted here: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1380283
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    Dangerous Situation in Bay Area
    (The Oakland hills which border the city of San Francisco are a virtual tinderox. Wildfires have raged there in years past, and look likely to do so again.)
    East Bay Fire Danger Prompts Ban on Overnight Parking on Grizzly Peak Blvd
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    "Oakland firefighters have already responded to 7 fires so far this season in the Grizzly Peak area. A nighttime ban on parking is in place now to prevent fires sparked by illegal activity."


    Wildfire with 'dangerous rate of spread' burning in Napa County
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    "A wildfire with a "dangerous rate of spread" broke out in Napa County between Calistoga and St. Helena in the early hours of Sunday morning just as the Bay Area braces for extreme wildfire conditions.

    The Glass Fire began around 4 a.m. on the 200 block of North Fork Crystal Springs Road in Deer Park. Napa County Sheriff's Office has issued an evacuation order along Silverado Trail from Larkmead Lane in the north to Deer Park Road to the south. All residents along Crystal Springs Road and North Fork Crystal Springs Road must leave immediately, and the entire community of Deer Park, including Sanitarium Road, is also under an evacuation order. Parts of Angwin are also under evacuation orders.

    The fast moving Glass fire has burned over 1,000 acres, prompting evacuations. Much of Northern California is under a red flag warning for high fire danger through Monday evening.

    As of 4:45 a.m., Cal Fire said the fire was just 20 acres but had a "dangerous rate of spread" — by 11 a.m., it had already consumed 1,000 acres with 0% containment. After sunrise, Cal Fire began conducting drops of fire retardant from air tankers. The fire is in the hills near several wineries, including Castello di Amorosa, the fortress-like attraction visible from Highway 128.

    The Contra Costa County Fire Protection District and the San Francisco Fire Department tweeted that they sent teams to help evacuate patients at Adventist Health St. Helena hospital. Adventist Health announced on Facebook it is transferring all patients and will be in touch with families about their loved ones' new location.

    The National Weather Service has a fire weather watch in effect 11 a.m. Saturday through 8 a.m. Monday for the North Bay mountains, East Bay hills and interior valleys. The highest threat will be in the North Bay.

    "These are significant fire-weather concerns with all the dry fuels and the winds coming through and lowering relative humidities," said Brian Garcia, a forecaster with the NWS.

    As the high-pressure strengthens, the region is expected to be the hottest on Sunday and Monday with near record-breaking heat that could last through Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. Inland areas will inch up into the high 90s to low 100s.

    The Glass Fire takes its name from nearby Glass Mountain. The cause of the blaze is under investigation.

    The Cal Fire incident report for the Glass Fire can be found here."
    [/YOUTUBE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSnV0DRKfrw[/YOUTUBE]




    Overall report on the California fires from 9/25/20
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    New wildfires scorch nearly 10K acres in Northern California l GMA
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    The two new wildfires, including the Glass Fire, exploded in size overnight prompting mandatory evacuations for thousands of residents.

    California Wildfires: Evacuations in place for Butte, Shasta, Napa, Sonoma counties
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    The Zogg Fire, North Complex West Zone Fire, and Glass Fire have brought mandatory evacuations to Butte, Sonoma, Napa, and Shasta Counties.


    GLASS FIRE: Out Of Control Glass Fire Burns Wineries, Forces Evacuations In St. Helena And Calistoga
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    Out Of Control Glass Fire Burns Wineries, Forces Evacuations In St. Helena And Calistoga
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    Live: Wildfire Coverage Continues
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    Our North Bay wildfire coverage continues with a special hour-long midday newscast starting now. http://nbcbay.com/baLBpgH

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    Glass Fire Burns More Than 36,200 Acres; Evacuations Continue
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    "Evacuations (80,000) continue is Napa and Sonoma counties following fires developing over the weekend. As of Monday evening, Cal Fire said the Glass Fire has burned 36,236 acres and is 0% contained.


    Fire Crews, Residents Make Stand To Save Homes From Destructive Glass Fire
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    (36,200 acres burnt in the Glass Fire as of tonight, 0% containment, high temps and winds continue.)

    "Team coverage of destruction and evacuations caused by the Glass Fire in Napa and Sonoma counties "
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    70 major wildfires burning across 10 states
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    Nearly four million acres have burned in Northern California forcing Gov. Gavin Newsom to declare a state of emergency.
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    Comprehensive report & forecast for CA. fires
    Update and Forecast for Glass Fire, North/August Complex, Creek Fire, and other California Wildfires
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    (Mt. Wilson Observatory appears to be safe at the moment, "mopping up" there now; containment is 62% for the Bobcat fire. Though relatively extreme conditions continue in parts of the LA area. )

    "Extreme fire weather conditions have returned to California with temperatures in the triple digits and RH dropping into the low teens. Luckily, the hurricane force wind gusts be saw over the weekend appear to be calming down over the next few days. Due to those weekend conditions though, a number of our major fires have started to flare up again, and a few new fires (Glass/Zogg) have been ignited. The August Complex is now officially over 938,000 acres making it the largest wildfire in the history of California. The North Complex is now over 308,000 acres making it the 5th largest California wildfire. Unfortunately, 15 fatalities have been reported in association with this blaze, and some new evacuations have been put in place with the recent fire growth. The Bobcat Fire has grown to 114,000 acres in Southern California, although we are seeing much slower growth now than has been observed in the past. The Creek Fire has increased to more than 306,000 acres making it the #6 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.
    The extreme heat and dry air will most likely lead to some fire growth, so I will continue to post daily wildfire forecasts to keep you guys updated.

    I recognize this is a long video, but I wanted to include as much information as I possibly could.
    With that being said, here are the timestamps for the various fires that will take you straight to the fire you want to hear about":
    0:00 = Introduction
    0:51 = General Wildfire Situation (recommended viewing to understand all the individual fires)
    5:28 = Air Quality
    8:01 = Glass Fire
    17:13 = North Complex
    25:47 = August Complex / Zogg Fire
    33:08 = Creek Fire / SQF Complex
    40:59 = Bobcat Fire / LA Area in General
    48:18 = Overview of 2020 Wildfire Season

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    Update and Forecast for Glass Fire, August Complex, North Complex, and other California Wildfires
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    "Extreme fire weather conditions have returned to California with temperatures in the triple digits and RH dropping into the low teens with a Red Flag Warning in effect over the Glass Fire and August Complex. Due to these extreme conditions, a number of our major fires have started to flare up again, and a few new fires (Glass/Zogg) have been ignited. The August Complex is now officially over 955,000 acres making it the largest wildfire in the history of California. The North Complex is now over 314,000 acres making it the 5th largest California wildfire. Unfortunately, 15 fatalities have been reported in association with this blaze, and some new evacuations have been put in place with the recent fire growth. The Creek Fire has increased to more than 309,000 acres making it the #6 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.
    The extreme heat and dry air will most likely lead to some fire growth, so I will continue to post daily wildfire forecasts to keep you guys updated.

    I recognize this is a long video, but I wanted to include as much information as I possibly could.
    With that being said, here are the timestamps for the various fires that will take you straight to the fire you want to hear about:"
    0:00 = Introduction
    0:33 = General Wildfire Situation (recommended viewing to understand all the individual fires)
    5:34 = Air Quality
    7:19 = Glass Fire
    12:33 = North Complex
    15:56 = August Complex / Zogg Fire
    21:53 = Creek Fire / SQF Complex
    25:56 = Bobcat Fire / LA Area in General

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    Unrelenting fires continue to ravage Northern California
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    "Wildfires are again devastating Northern California’s wine country, with dozens of homes and thousands of acres burning this week alone. More than 8,000 wildfires have raged across the state this season, destroying over 7,000 buildings and nearly 5,800 square miles. Weary fire crews are struggling to keep up the effort to contain the blazes amid difficult weather conditions. Stephanie Sy reports."

    (This is worth watching even though it's a few days old. Five of the six worst fires in CA. history are from this year, and the fire season is far from over.)

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    Default Re: The strangeness of the California Fires

    I grew up in southern oregon and know what wilderness management is about, I've been through wild fires in alaska that were 600,000+ acres


    What happened in Cali is a direct result of the mentality of the influential governing bodies.

    This was not "strange" at all, this was, if anything; seemingly intentional and with LONG term planning.... or (more likely) just gross negligence from a governing mentality that does not often deal with logic/rational motivators and more leans on emotive / intersectionality type of thinking patterns.
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    True, the fires on the West Coast don't seem as strange as they did in years past, but it certainly does seem strange that there haven't been more precautions taken to prevent them.
    As to whether they are being started deliberately by secret technologies and/or or arsonsists, that discussion has pretty much moved to other threads.

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    I grew up in southern oregon and know what wilderness management is about, I've been through wild fires in alaska that were 600,000+ acres


    What happened in Cali is a direct result of the mentality of the influential governing bodies.

    This was not "strange" at all, this was, if anything; seemingly intentional and with LONG term planning.... or (more likely) just gross negligence from a governing mentality that does not often deal with logic/rational motivators and more leans on emotive / intersectionality type of thinking patterns.
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    Historic California Wildfires Surpass 4 Million Acres; More Than Doubles Previous Record
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    In a year that has already brought apocalyptic skies and smothering smoke to the West Coast, California set a grim new record Sunday when officials announced that the historic wildfires of 2020 have now scorched a record 4 million acres — in a fire season that is far from over.

    (This year's 4 million acres of CA. land burnt is more than double the previous record of 1.67 million acres from last year, and there are still 2 months left in the fire season this year. So far 31 known dead. )

    Climate Watch: Historically Dry February Set Up Epic Wildfire Season
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    "Cal Fire announced Sunday that wildfires had scorched more than 4 million acres in 2020 with no end in sight. But, as meteorologist Darren Peck explains, this fire season -- though record-breaking -- was predictable, given the climate conditions that had been brewing all year."



    (The commentator in the video above attributes the record-breaking fires this year to drought, but also to increased carbon dioxide (global warming), while Dane Wigington attributes it to weather manipulation. See: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1381535 )


    ALSO SEE: DEW Directed Energy Weapon beams into NEW MADRID SEISMIC ZONE as 1,100F temps flare up
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    "DEW = Directed Energy Weapon

    Either someone at the National Weather Service is trolling the world and putting out fake information across the whole world somehow.... or we have something serious going on with our plate shifting and releasing heat.

    Add in the DEW about half way through the video as I find it.... as we know those previously showed up in OTHER clusters of fires (on the west coast a few weeks ago see here): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRPKP...

    DEW in space confirmed the past few weeks by the Dept. of Defense: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0RfY...

    In addition to the strange beams showing up going down into the New Madrid Seismic Zone of Southern Missouri Northern Arkansas .. at the same time frame (or shortly after) a series of extreme hot spots at 900K (1,100F) began flaring off in clusters from New Madrid Missouri, up into the Wabash Valley seismic zone (Indiana Ohio Kentucky). Additionally hot spots in the 800K+ temp spectrum showing in clusters across Pennsylvania, New York, and Maine.

    Washington state is also experiencing a cluster of the same kind of activity as the New Madrid!

    Live view of the GOES 16 satellite here: https://weather.cod.edu/satrad/?parms...

    Beam view here: https://weather.cod.edu/satrad/?parms...

    Worthy to note the SAME THING is happening in Washington State today as well (Oct. 4, 2020) .. see Washington State flaring off with dozens of hot spots all at once here: https://weather.cod.edu/satrad/?parms... "

    Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqYE1Pi334I
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    THOUSANDS OF HOT SPOTS appear across Plate + New Madrid -- Plate shifting? Big quake?
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    (Unprecedented and dramatic new developments)

    More here:https://www.dutchsinse.com/10-05-202...emps-flare-up/

    Also posted here: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1381816
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    Default Re: The strangeness of the California Fires

    I'm currently working for a section of NGA

    Trust me when I say it's a government agency and efficiency isn't our motto; also all of that stuff is managed by code that is writen in house... some times a sensor input gets messed up by coding issues etc...

    anyway, don't think those dinosaurs that the public has access to are any better; they are FAR worse... I wouldn't build too much off that info.

    Now the meta data from Starlink will be VERY juicy, that you could work with.
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    Default Re: The strangeness of the California Fires

    Can you go into a bit more detail?
    Such as what is "all that stuff" you referred to?
    Can you provide an example of "a sensor input gets messed up by coding issues etc... "?
    Are you referring to what appears to be energy beams in the weather maps?
    What would "meta data from Starlink" consist of?
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    Quote Posted by TargeT (here)
    I'm currently working for a section of NGA

    Trust me when I say it's a government agency and efficiency isn't our motto; also all of that stuff is managed by code that is writen in house... some times a sensor input gets messed up by coding issues etc...

    anyway, don't think those dinosaurs that the public has access to are any better; they are FAR worse... I wouldn't build too much off that info.

    Now the meta data from Starlink will be VERY juicy, that you could work with.
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    Update/Weekend Forecast for Creek Fire, August Complex, other California Wildfires, and Air Quality
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    "There is mostly good news in the extended forecast as temperatures could be dropping into the 60's, humidity could be rising to 100%, and we may even see some rain. Unfortunately, the Creek Fire and August Complex continue to spread, reaching 332,000 and 1,021,000 acres burned. The Castle Fire also continues to grow reaching 165,000 acres, putting it on the Top 20 Largest Wildfires in California History list. The Glass Fire is basically looking out right now with the total acreage burned hovering around 67,000. The Zogg Fire also appears to be slowing down with acreage burned staying at 56,000, and the Bobcat Fire remains at 116,000. The North Complex is hovering around 319,000 acres and the fire activity appears to have calmed down here as well.
    Stay tuned for daily updates and forecasts on the California wildfires, and on the hot/dry conditions we may be seeing next week.

    I recognize this is a long video, but I wanted to include as much information as I possibly could.
    With that being said, here are the timestamps for the various fires that will take you straight to the fire you want to hear about:"
    0:00 = Introduction
    0:48 = General Wildfire Situation (recommended viewing to understand all the individual fires)
    5:24 = Rain Forecast
    7:05 = Air Quality
    9:13 = Creek Fire / Castle Fire
    15:58 = August Complex
    19:33 = North Complex
    21:21 = Other Wildfires
    23:15 = Overview of 2020 Wildfire Season

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    California wildfire smoke caused thousands additional deaths, Stanford researchers predict
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    "The Bay Area's record-breaking streak of poor air could cost thousands of lives, according to new research. A Stanford professor predicts at least 1,200 additional deaths and 4,800 ER visits in California are due to indirect exposure to the recent wildfire smoke."

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    Default Re: The strangeness of the California Fires

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    Can you go into a bit more detail?
    Such as what is "all that stuff" you referred to?
    All the hardware, all the sensor platforms currently pointed down (well, all the US owned ones anyway)

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    Can you provide an example of "a sensor input gets messed up by coding issues etc... "?
    Sure, most of the data output is just gathered by various sensors (I'd say optical, but they go far beyond the visual spectrum) these sensors return a small micro-voltage based on what they were intended to "sense" and that micro voltage is interpreted by software and put into a "human friendly" format... lots of room for error especially when your mostly using "one of" equipent.

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    Are you referring to what appears to be energy beams in the weather maps?
    Or just data anomaly, yeah.

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    What would "meta data from Starlink" consist of?
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    Well think about what Cell towers can do, but now it's just 1 vendor and it's global (plus what if those ~40,000 low earth birds have a few extra sensors put on there?)

    so basically what we have now but much easier for surveillance access to your personal data / meta data.
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