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Get ready , for a catastrophic year, her come the wild fires already!!

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posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 07:58 PM
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Evacuation orders have been issued for about 100 homes in the mountains west of Denver, as two separate wildfires have burned more than 700 acres on steep, rugged terrain. Strong winds and warm, dry weather on Monday were hindering firefighters trying to keep flames from a subdivision containing about 250 homes west of Golden. A small grass fire burning in the mountains roughly 20 miles southwest of Golden and near Evergreen is threatening 25 homes. Officials have asked people there to leave their homes. Officials say winds gusting to 25 mph were causing firefighters to retreat off and on. The Jefferson County sheriff's office says more homes might have to be evacuated and have told people in up to 700 houses to be ready to leave. It's not known how the fires started.


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Governor Sam Brownback declared a State of Disaster Emergency Declaration today because of a large wildfire in Stanton County which has burned an area of approximately 60 square miles or 38,400 acres and was threatening Johnson City and the City of Manter. The Stanton County Emergency Management director notified the Kansas Division of Emergency Management that mutual aid had been requested and received from several nearby counties including Grant, Hamilton, Morton, and Stevens as well as counties in Colorado. 40 mph winds from the southwest fueled the fire. After responders battled the fire much of the afternoon, the county emergency manager reported the fire threat was reduced and some mutual aid assistance was deactivated shortly after 5 p.m. The fire threat to Johnson City and the City of Manter also was removed. Although state assistance has not been requested at this time, the declaration activates the disaster response and recovery portions of the Kansas Response Plan, authorizing state resources and funds to expedite emergency assistance statewide, should it be necessary. The Kansas Division of Emergency Management recommends Kansans closely monitor weather conditions, check the fire danger index and use appropriate fire precautions.


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I really believe its going to be a rocky year, already into the third month and we have seen Mega Quakes, Nuclear meltdowns, Meteorites scaring cities unexplained prolonged rumbles and now wildfires.
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posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 08:00 PM
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Not to mention the floods and fires in Australia...



posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 08:08 PM
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Mega quake, not quakes.

Meteor, not meteorite - These happen all the time, what's the big deal?

Things are bad enough without exaggerating, don't ya think?

And yeah as said, you forget the floods and bushfires in Australia.


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posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 08:09 PM
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and animals deaths all over the world...



posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 08:09 PM
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... and the mass animal dieoffs and the north african/middle east protests.
And this is just in the first 1/4 of the year.
This has indeed the potential to be a historically bad year.



posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 08:41 PM
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also forgot the 5/4 force cyclone Yasi and the smaller Carlos (or whatever it was called) mmm maybe Anothony anyways..... oh and the north of Qld and in NSW is STILL flooding as we type ..... and a few small random earthquakes ...... fun and games here lol



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 01:56 PM
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You know, with everything going on and these natural disasters being on such a high scale, I do not wanna be here when the California wildfire season begins!! All this rain this year so far, maybe we will be spared
(hey, a girl can hope... haha
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