Undertoad Tuesday Oct 28 12:39 PM
10/28/2003: Wildfires from space
AlwaysAmazed Tuesday Oct 28 04:19 PM
so when's the earth going to learn how to blow smoke rings?
xoxoxoBruce Tuesday Oct 28 05:16 PM
After the election it appears the earth is seething.
tw Tuesday Oct 28 10:27 PM
Best way to appreciate this picture is found in a map from the LA Times. Northern most fire is Ventura County moving into Simi Valley. The big LA fire is really in San Bernadino. However, based upon where the fire is, I suspect the most destructive fires are centered on San Diego (not including the one accidentally set by Marines in Camp Pendleton). The Cedar Fire.
hermex Wednesday Oct 29 03:41 AM
420 brah! Wooooo! :p
Beletseri Wednesday Oct 29 08:17 AM
Does anyone think that these fires could be terrorist related?
dar512 Wednesday Oct 29 09:50 AM
Beletseri Wednesday Oct 29 10:54 AM
I know but if it takes that little to cause this much havoc, why wouldn't a few terrorists take advantage of the situation?
juju Wednesday Oct 29 11:00 AM
Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity.
Beletseri Wednesday Oct 29 11:12 AM
OnyxCougar Thursday Oct 30 04:53 PM
I used to live in San Jacinto, near Hemet, and my mom is in Riverside, south of San Bernardino, my nephew is a Marine at Pendleton, and one of my nieces lives in Moreno Valley and commutes to Fontana. I talked to her a couple days ago and she says the pool at the apt complex she manages is completely black with ash. At some points, the ash in the air is very similar to when Mt. St. Helens 'sploded.
tw Thursday Oct 30 07:02 PM
xoxoxoBruce Thursday Oct 30 10:29 PM