Category: Bush Fires

HUGE WINTER FIRES IN THE 1950’S

A mountain brush fires are nothing new in winter. In December 2, 1958 a fire in Malibu Beach USA, destroyed thirty six homes and was pronounced as bad as a previous winter fire two years earlier. The 1956 fire, whipped up by high winds and with low humidity, destroyed thirty homes. But there’s another reason […]

NO LINK BETWEEN FIRES AND AGW

These components have led to the development of the deadly trio of Fuel, Oxygen and Heat. Remove any one of these and fire will not be able to sustain itself. HEAT. Air temperatures have a direct influence on fire behavior and has all the requirements for ignition and continuing the combustion process. Heat from the sun is […]