Climate Change Cremation Consequences: Paradise Los: 1 of 2 // Nov 17, 2018
As people age they tend to think about their own mortality more, and plan their final exit, whether it be cremation or burial. Many people in Paradise, California had no such choice.
They were essentially cremated inside their houses, workplaces, and cars from horrific fires that essentially wiped the city from the face of the Earth.
At filming time, about 1300 people are missing, and I fear that many of these men, woman, and children have been reduced to ashes, never to be seen again. Consequences of abrupt climate change are inarguably horrendous. We must halt denial insanity.
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Climate Driven Hell in Paradise California: 2 of 2 // Nov 18, 2018
Paradise, a city of 27,000 people in California is no more. A wildfire on steroids, a veritable tsunami of flames, cremated people in their homes, workplaces and vehicles. Drought sucked moisture out of the air, and strong Santa Ana and Diablo winds reaching above hurricane force fanned hellish flames and gave people virtually no time to escape.
The vagaries of the fire, as I explain, torched structures and cars while leaving some trees virtually untouched. Nutter conspiracy theories of energy beams, chemtrail spraying, and HAARP, etc. are dismantled in my chat.
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Watched both vids. Came back to comment since what happened was very powerfull in paradise,ca.
Fire was shockingly fast.
Skipping embers reminded me of when i was a kid and after snow left our fields in spring my dad would light broom soaked in oil and light it and tell my to run down the edge of the field to burn it off. It amazed me how the flames made their own wind, skipping across the tops without even burning deap. Soon a huge field was burnt off in a matter of minutes.
Most death losses were due to people not warned earlier, which shows me people in charge do not know the full nature of fire. Evacuation in strong winds should be miles and miles ahead of fires like these. Human error can be as deadly as the fire itself.