Anthony on Fox News – AOC is wrong for ‘spieling’ Canadian wildfire hysteria



My appearance of Fox News Friday night has generated quite a bit of interest – Watch.

Heartland Institution senior fellow Anthony Watts breaks down the science behind the Canadian wildfires on ‘The Ingraham Angle.’


It has happened before “climate change” was even known:

May 19, 1780 – In the midst of the Revolutionary War, darkness descends on New England at midday. Many people think Judgment Day is at hand. It will be remembered as New England’s Dark Day. Diaries of the preceding days mention smoky air and a red sun at morning and evening. 

The 1825 Dee, or Great Miramichi Fire, or Great Fire of Miramichi, as it came to be known, was a massive forest fire complex that devastated forests and communities throughout much of northern New Brunswick in October 1825. It ranks among the three largest forest fires ever recorded in North America.

Wildfires were actually much worse in the past.

This graphic, using data from the National Interagency Fire Center – NIFC, shows that in the 1920’s and 1930’s, wildfire acreage burned was far greater than today.

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