We Can Beat Wild Fire If We Become Proactive With Better Chemistry
We will never win against brush fires ability to advance by adding more firefighters and planes. We need to add teams that spray engineered chemical fire breaks with clean chemistry that works when it's bone dry clinging to dry vegetation. Our brave firefighters are doing their best to try to rescue and help people evacuate but with rugged terrains surrounding older communities loss is imminent until we spray chemical fire breaks that reduce fuels ability to burn so easy and so fast.
The science around climate change is complex - it's not the cause of bushfires but scientists have long warned that a hotter, drier climate would contribute to Australia's fires becoming more frequent and more intense.
Will California and Australia's bushfires get Worse?
"We will start to see the extreme end of the fire behaviour scale occur more frequently because of the increase of temperatures", said Dr Thornton.
"Everything we normally see as variability between a good fire season and a bad season is sitting on top of that extra 1C - and that means that the severe events will occur more frequently."
Rainy winters in the western US only create a bigger threat because wet weather only grows more fuel for next year.
M Fire Holdings LLC Proactive Home Wild Fire Defense Systems will reduce the threat and lower loss if its government supported with a tax credit so thousands of homes get Locked-N-Loaded ready to defend before a fire knocks on your door.
M-Fire Holdings Founder is one of the leading fire elimination program designers in the US. He is also a huge supporter of clean energy and more reforestation but until we address the greenhouse gas wild fires are creating we are going backwards. There are proactive solutions that can be added to all global wildfires but until the governments call in new experts we should expect to continue to see big loss.
M-Fire Holdings is prepared to help those that recognize they need to add new proactive engineered breaks to all the reactive wild fire defense.
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