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Irrefutable NASA data: global wildfire down by 25 percent


Using satellite technology, NASA determined that between 2003 and 2019, global wildfires have dropped by roughly 25 percent. This makes the “climate change is worsening wildfires” argument completely moot. From NASA Earth Observatory The control of fire is a goal that may well be as old as humanity, but the systematic monitoring of fire on a…

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