On the 7th August, the Washington Post reported on the California wildfires joining together - to form what has become known as The Mendocino Complex Fire. This is now the largest fire recorded in this state, which is the most populous as well as the third largest in America. As of the 7th August, the fire has burned through 283,800 acres. It will get worse before it gets better.
Think of the noxious fumes rising uncontrolled into the sky - they have their own contribution to make to global warming - where is the science to cope with this?
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