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Another lib Shaman gone wild

Colin norris

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OF course being a moron you don't have a clue; those specs were imposed by 'environmentalist' whack jobs, and 18 inches of clearance is essentially completely worthless

He didn't make those rules. The authorities did as he quoted. You did it?

at preventing fire hazards, and so is four feet in drought stricken areas, dumbass. You tards are just too stupid and deranged to make any sense at all.

You're not looking real smart here son.
Why dont you slither away before he embarrasses you again.
 

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'It's a matter of ZONING more than creating fire breaks'.

Forest wildfire is an important threat and disturbance facing natural forest ecosystems. Conducting wildfire risk assessments and zoning studies are of great practical significance in guiding wildfire prevention, curbing fire occurrence, and mitigating the environmental effects of wildfire.

So, the people out there digging with shovels, clearing brush with heavy equipment and cutting down trees are doing what?

You're talking about science backwards California, Oregon, Washington, where they dont value folks with degrees in forest or wildlife mgt.. Because they dont believe in MANAGING A FOREST...

Once the zoning ALLOWS human intrusion at these interfaces, all that "digging" clearing, cutting" you're asking about becomes problematic. Because the distance between "human habitation" and the state MANDATED "wilderness" is just a mile or less in places.

And all that digging cutting clearing around "humanville" is gonna need permits and reviews for enviro impact.. Fires dont need permits and reviews to do their thing..
 

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You're talking about science backwards California, Oregon, Washington, where they dont value folks with degrees in forest or wildlife mgt.. Because they dont believe in MANAGING A FOREST...

Once the zoning ALLOWS human intrusion at these interfaces, all that "digging" clearing, cutting" you're asking about becomes problematic. Because the distance between "human habitation" and the state MANDATED "wilderness" is just a mile or less in places.

And all that digging cutting clearing around "humanville" is gonna need permits and reviews for enviro impact.. Fires dont need permits and reviews to do their thing..
I know.
'So, the people out there digging with shovels, clearing brush with heavy equipment and cutting down trees are doing what'?
I should have added 'During a forest fire' between there and digging.
Guess it wasn't clear enough.

'Once the zoning ALLOWS human intrusion at these interfaces, all that "digging" clearing, cutting" you're asking about becomes problematic'.

All power companies have easements, under and several feet or more around their power poles.
At least they do in California and most other states, even on so called private property.
They are allowed to trim and remove brush and trees.
 

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I know.
'So, the people out there digging with shovels, clearing brush with heavy equipment and cutting down trees are doing what'?
I should have added 'During a forest fire' between there and digging.
Guess it wasn't clear enough.

'Once the zoning ALLOWS human intrusion at these interfaces, all that "digging" clearing, cutting" you're asking about becomes problematic'.

All power companies have easements, under and several feet or more around their power poles.
At least they do in California and most other states, even on so called private property.
They are allowed to trim and remove brush and trees.

PGE's prime mission NOW is not brush clearing. That's patently clear. They are tasked with making solar and wind investments look like ANYTHING of value.. That's a tall task and all their budget is GOING into stupid ass work-arounds and fixes to MAKE wind and solar do stuff it can never do...

THUS -- PGE cant' defend itself and toss the Leftist eco-warriors under the bus for cutting back their line maintenance priorities.. And they just sit and TAKE THE FLACK for another mega-fire that pops up under their lines.. But EVERYONE FOLLOWING the larger Cali "energy suicide" knows this is the situation..

So Governor Gruesome can come out and blame the fires on Global Warming and dispel all rumors to the effect that the state is committing energy Hari-Kari...
 

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PGE's prime mission NOW is not brush clearing. That's patently clear. They are tasked with making solar and wind investments look like ANYTHING of value.. That's a tall task and all their budget is GOING into stupid ass work-arounds and fixes to MAKE wind and solar do stuff it can never do...

THUS -- PGE cant' defend itself and toss the Leftist eco-warriors under the bus for cutting back their line maintenance priorities.. And they just sit and TAKE THE FLACK for another mega-fire that pops up under their lines.. But EVERYONE FOLLOWING the larger Cali "energy suicide" knows this is the situation..

So Governor Gruesome can come out and blame the fires on Global Warming and dispel all rumors to the effect that the state is committing energy Hari-Kari...
So, PG&E's mission is to make solar and wind power look good?
Echo-warriors are doing PG&E's line maintenance now?
And It's all global warming's fault.

OK.
 

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