Housing Crunch in California’s Pushing Developers Deeper into Wildfire Zones

By and | November 25, 2019

  • November 25, 2019 at 12:29 pm
    Craig Cornell says:
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    After the Paradise fire a little over one year ago, the Scary Monster was creating longer drought conditions in California, according to “climate scientists”, meaning more and more big fires to come. It was all over the news. You can Google a dozen articles about the new dry period due to the S.M. I am positive Insurance Journal printed at least one of those articles.

    Then last year, we had a very wet winter. Ho hum. Just like normal in California: about 7 years of drought and then a wet winter. This has been the pattern for over 100 years.

    But NOW we have a new theory. From the article:

    “The changing climate brings wetter winters, nurturing a lush spring growth of trees, grasses and bushes that dry out in summers that extend deeper into fall and contribute to California’s fire problems, said Mark Bove, a natural catastrophe solutions manager at Munich Reinsurance America Inc.”

    Um, okay. Now ask me why I am a skeptic about everything I am told about the Scary Monster.

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