PRAYER FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE CALIFORNIA FIRE….
WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC IMAGES OF DEAD BODIES, BURNT BEYOND RECOGNITION DOWN TO SKELETAL REMAINS
Wildfires in California have killed many people and the fires still rage out of control. Photos and VIDEO below show the remains; four carloads of dead bodies, literally burned to their skeletons, still sitting in car seats.
One who tried to get out and run, didn’t make it, burned to death in the road as walls of fire crossed the road and consumed everything in its path.
The people in this car were overcome so fast, they simply sat there and burned to death in their seats.
Sadly, this type of scene is repeating itself over and over again in California today — right now as you read this — as wildfires tear through the region.
The fires are so big, the Carbon Monoxide being given off is actually being registered by Satellites in space.
This model image from the GOES-5 satellite, shows Carbon Monoxide levels in the atmosphere at 23,372 ppb — a staggering amount given the wide area involved,
Typical Carbon Monoxide levels are usually around 30ppb but as seen in the image below, CO levels are at 23,372:
It should be pointed out that the reason California is having so many wildfires, that destroy so many homes, is because ENVIRONMENTALISTS and ENDANGERED SPECIES FANATICS complained so loudly and for so long about “animal habitats being destroyed” when old weeds and brush were bulldozed away to create fire-breaks, that the State of California HALTED such bulldozing years ago.
As a directly consequence of these whack-job ENVIRONMENTALISTS and ENDANGERED SPECIES FANATICS, old dried out brush and dead trees built-up for years and when a source of ignition took place, there was not only tremendous amounts of dead brush to fuel the fires, there were no “breaks” in that fuel supply to contain the fires.
These fires are a direct result of nutty humans, changing government policy to end clearing of dead brush and trees, which ended up costing many people’s lives and destroying countless homes and buildings.