With each passing year, California wildfires are becoming more and more destructive. In the 2017 fire season, a total of 9133 fires were burning, destroying 1.4 Million acres of land.
In the “Tubbs” fire in October 2017 in Napa/Sonoma Counties in Northern California, there were 22 fatalities and 5700 structures burned to the ground, decimating large parts of the city of Santa Rosa.
During the 2018 fire season, the “Carr” fire alone burned 460 000 acres of land and took nearly two months to be contained, while the “Camp” fire in November 2018 – the most destructive wildfire in California’s history to date – caused the death of 85 civilians and destroyed nearly 20 000 structures, the entire city of Paradise.
The increasing number and ferocity of wildfires are blamed on climate change. The US government just released a new report, called “Fourth National Climate Assessment”, predicting the effects of global warming on the environment, the economy and health.
Climate change induced higher average temperatures, millions of dead trees in the forests, killed by years of drought seems like the logical explanation for the devastating fires and other natural disasters.
But there a number of anomalies, unusual things about these fires, that raise questions.
In many areas, homes are burned to the ground, but the surrounding vegetation is unharmed. Doesn’t “wildfire” mean that the fire spreads from burning trees, or brush to the houses?
In a typical house fire, the charred remains of the home are often seen and there is lots of rubble:
But in the California fires, in many of the neighborhoods everything disappeared, pulverized, there is nothing, but white ash left behind.
The average temperatures in a typical house fire are about 1100 Fahrenheit. The melting point of steel is almost 3000 degrees Fahrenheit.
Therefore, anything made of steel, like appliances, barbecue grills, although damaged, but they would be there. Same goes for other items, like granite counter tops, toilets, or cast iron bath tubs.
Most wheels are made of alloy, that has a melting point of 1700 degree Fahrenheit. Yet, many have melted:
The wheels were exposed to temperatures of almost 2000 degrees, yet there is green vegetation nearby:
Why are these cars burning with the sparse vegetation nearby?
Here is the answer: DEW – Directed Energy Weapons. These ultra high energy based weapons were developed for the military. High Energy Lasers (HEL) and High Power Microwaves (HPM) are the most common types being used.
They are very precise and completely silent. They can be fired from drones, aircraft and even from satellites.
Photographic evidence of laser strikes:
The microwave-like effect generates high temperatures, incinerating the target and at times causing an explosion, which explains why some cars overturned.
Like a microwave oven, it doesn’t interact with wood, or plastic. This explains why homes are completely leveled, while nearby vegetation is unharmed.
It is also why plastic garbage cans, or plastic playground equipment a short distance away did not sustain damage.
When they do set trees on fire, they burn from the inside out, just as a microwave heats food on the inside more:
Burn in a perfectly straight line is also unnatural and is consistent with the use of laser:
However, the evidence is too overwhelming to blame these unusual circumstances on “the erratic nature of fire and wind”, as biologists say.
Below is a screenshot from Butte County online maps, which has drone and 360 degree images of the devastated town. This is what is typically seen in the images, homes leveled and surrounded by green, healthy trees.
The final word is a comment by a fireman/fire inspector in response to a debunker:
Please explain how the fires started in the first place & why the roads are clear of debris, also explain why we don’t see any evidence of any porcelain in the videos of these fires. Also, please explain how a plastic garbage bin in the driveway of a leveled house is still in tact. Plastic wheelie bins aren’t wooden, so please explain this anomaly in another video.
As a firefighter & Fire Investigation Officer of 38+ years, I can honestly say I have never seen any fire behave like this, nor have I ever seen this type of fire aftermath .. I mean clean roadways? houses burnt to the ground where not even the toilet survives? Unheard of. Anywhere. Ever.
Something is very suspicious about these fires.”
Read more: California Fires: The Hidden Agenda