It corrects the record on disinformation spun by multiple politicians & MSM about the folks who lived there, the background & underlying causes & lies about hazard reduction
however - sadly, the moment gina & rupert went halves & purchased the LNP wholesale..we saw a MASSIVE increase in wholesale industrial
compare a mulched garden to a non-mulched garden. you'll see a near instant difference. If you're not schooled on how soil works, try standing all day in the sun with no hat on. What happens?
That's what has happened to the planet. now, as anyone who's dabbled in, you know...physics, will spell out better than i can - an increase of just one degree is quite significant.
another neato thing physics talks about is the
it's part 4 of this essential way in which trees send up moisture to meet clouds, creating low pressure troughs which draw rainfall inland. in fact, it's physically impossible to get
when was that again, anthony? i'll wait. nah. lets move on, since we ALL know this was never a thing - ever.
so anyway - here in wytaliba, we used to have an incredibly green lush valley - right up until
So wholesale burn quotas came in with LNP too. this... well.. i just want to pause here and say "wow" because this did indeed make us say wow.
in recent years, we've seen hazard reduction burns take place
oh well. I mean, this is normal
now, we all know about the bees nest & kingsgate fires & the hundreds more around the state.
we're like the mujahideen though, so we got it after about 10 days nonstop hectic battle.
this...brings us up to date, andrew. we've got bare, blacked out dust for 50km in all directions. right up to the actual
a mushroom cloud went up at 3pm, 20 or so km away. within 30 minutes, high winds turned that into a 20km long front - strangely, this front was on ground burnt black as recently as
well... you can't say we didn't prep or do hazzard reduction
curiously, within 1 hour we'd lost 20 homes, a school, a fireshed & a contrete fucking bridge - meaning only 2 outside units even got in to help.
falling trees in the hundreds blocked the old grafton road, so no one could even help neighbours.