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Flashback February 6, 1851: 1/4th of Victoria burned in one day. 12 million acres and 1 million cattle. CO2 280 PPM

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@AGW_Prof @thewest_com_au February 6, 1851 : 1/4th of Victoria burned in one day. 12 million acres and 1 million cattle. CO2 280 PPM

http://twitter.com/SteveSGoddard/status/392271114769932288

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