Monthly Archives: June 2012

Gorgeous 2-day Time-Lapse of Flagstaff Fire in Boulder

Added, July 2, 2012:  Flagstaff Fire is under control, as per Boulder EOM: Must see.  So beautiful: h/t Twitter #FlagstaffFire By Dustin Henderlong, who shared at the posting on http://vimeo.com/44911209: “The night portions are the best, watch once all the way through … Continue reading

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Nice rain, Boulder Fire expected to be contained this weekend. Small Lightning Fire in Check.

!–> For latest Boulder Fire info, click through any of the links HERE, or check these: Twitter:  http://twitter.com/#!/search/%23FlagstaffFire Boulder Emergencies:  http://boulderoem.com/emergency-status It rained super hard in North Boulder.  Very nice. Fire danger remains extreme, though.  In this heat moisture doesn’t … Continue reading

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Wildfires Throughout the US West + some Waldo Fire Intense Photos

–> Inciweb covers most significant forest fires in great detail fairly fast:  http://www.inciweb.org/ Screenshot of wildfires in the US West raging on June 27, 2012: See also previous blogposts: on the “Flagstaff Fire” near Boulder, and on the “High Park … Continue reading

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Flagstaff Fire (South Boulder) inching towards containment.

My (6/26 with 6/27 updates) overview of various news sources related to the Flagstaff Fire near South Boulder drew more than 500 direct views since posting it last night.  Hope it helped people find the better information sources quicker.  ;-) … Continue reading

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June 27 2012 – Couple photos from North Boulder, looking south

For lots of options on the latest about the “Flagstaff Fire” in the Foothills just west of South Boulder, see my previous blogpost: https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2012/06/26/local-emergency-high-winds-blowing-fire-towards-south-boulder-flagstaff-fire-june-26-8pm/ A lot less smoke, and it looks like the non-stop aereal attacks are doing something to keep … Continue reading

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Local Emergency – High Winds Blowing Fire towards South Boulder (‘Flagstaff Fire’)

Th 6/28 4pm “Last update” (newer updates will be in newer posts):  Fire containment expected by Saturday.  Boulder spared.   Fire Perimeter topo map: http://www.bouldercounty.org/apps/newsroom/articlefiles/3186-FlagstaffFire_06-28.pdf For quick info on the fire near Boulder: !–> Follow #FlagstaffFire on Twitter. !–> Boulder Office of Emergency Management:  http://boulderoem.com/emergency-status … Continue reading

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A Scientist’s Response to Nature Magazine’s Use of ‘Denier’ in the Scientific Literature. (Re. Climate Change Politics)

Not sure what it is about me, but if the environmental camp is all on-board with “fighting human-caused catastrophic climate change,” and what seems to me more critical scientists have their doubts, I’m in neither (or both?) camps.   ‘Kein … Continue reading

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