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San Rafael rolls out wildfire prevention proposal

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FIRE in Paradise:  Images in the SMOKE

FIRE in Paradise:  Images in the SMOKE
Photos about 2 hours after fires started (11/08/18)
What Do You Think These UFO’s Are?
Insider Comment:
Some of the photos look like an electronically “cloaked” helicopter, others a UFO.
Alien anti-gravity craft or US Secret Space War craft are both anti-gravity craft and have electronic capability and “biomorphic” image shape-shifting ability (as a created illusion for observers).
Conclusion is high tech – Task Force 160 “Night Stalkers” which uses high tech helicopters that are equipped with special infrared and special radar guidance systems and can fly at night and through smoke. They could have been there lighting the fires or just for observation. If they were there they would have to have been involved to make sure they didn’t get hit by the orbital to ground high powered lasers and/or particle beams.
Paradise Fire in Butte County, California
The bigger helicopter is at 13:06 and a smaller drone or something at 13:05  left side screen 3/4 up. It’s quick. And then one at 5:00 minutes in difficult to catch.
We need more eyes on these images in the video.
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Streamed Live January 26, 2018 in Santa Rosa, California AFTER Santa Rosa BURNED . . .
Headlines:   SIERRA FIRES…”ONE Fire Event Away”?!
Sen. Mike McGuire fears  “Sierra fire”, “fires threatening entire cities”, “fires in Dec. in wet areas”.
Deborah Tavares Presents Oral Comments at 1:05.30 AND 3:54.22
Meeting panel included Ca. Senator Mike McGuire, CALFire Chief Ken Pimlott, President Cal. Public Utilities Commission Michael Picker, and more.
1:00.02  “We are one event away in the Sierra from having an uncontrollable firestorm.”
1:00.15 “I think you said in a previous hearing [this would be] – the potential worst crisis in your career’s history, and you’ve had a lot of bad ones.”
1:01.07 “We are not prepared.”
1:01.23 “We had fires at Christmastime in 2015 in Humboldt County, which is one of the wettest spots on earth.”
1:50.40 “we know that the disasters that we’ve had continue to stare us down because it’s gonna happen again…”
1:51.13  “because it’s not just about new development.  Coffee Park is two miles into the city. If you live in Larkfield or if you live in Coffee Park, what you always thought was…. we always thought we were going to be hit with an earthquake.”
1:51:30 “There is no way in hell that we thought that 1300 homes would be burned down in Coffee Park – it was impossible. There’s no Wildland Interface, it’s across 6 lanes of a highway, and there’s a lot of pavement in between where Coffee Park and where that fire came from Calistoga.”
1:51:58 “Where I think our new normal is…the size and scope and the severity of those wildland fire events, now are coming in and threatening entire cities, that just 10 years ago would have never thought something like this could have happened.”
2:54:00 List to PG&E discuss turning the power off and why the utility did not de-energize the grid
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California Firemen Find Signatures of Directed Energy Weapons

The Camp Fire in Paradise, California began on November 8th of last year, destroying over 153,000 acres before finally being put out over a month later on December 14th. Over 13,000 homes and hundreds of businesses were destroyed, with more than half of this damage described as occurring within the first four hours.

The anomalies of the Camp Fire were ignored by the mainstream media and were only reported on a handful of independent websites, including

Fires were observed burning at temperatures at least three times hotter than an average house fire; hot enough to melt aluminum and glass, reducing homes to pure ash yet leaving plastic trash cans beside them untouched.

Most of us are familiar with how microwave ovens heat and interact with foods and how this differs from the effects of thermal or convection ovens. We know that plastics are “microwave safe”, whereas metals explode violently when subjected microwaves. The effects of the NorCal fires of the past couple of years have been widely observed to resemble the effects one might expect to see from directed microwave radiation or masers.

Maser is the acronym for “microwave amplification by stimulated emission of radiation”. Likewise, laser is the acronym for “light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation”. Both masers and lasers are forms of amplified, coherent, electromagnetic radiation and both frequency ranges are used in various Directed Energy Weapons (DEWs). DEWs are a newer class of weapons that are starting to come into wider use.

The SupposedlyShelly YouTube channel interviewed retired California firemen, John Lord and Matt (last name withheld) about the anomalies they’ve observed and both were left to conclude that DEWs were involved. The firemen reported that plastics attached to metal completely melted while plastics standing alone withstood what must have been extraordinary heat. Other investigators observed how guardrails caught fire at the points where the metal bolts connected to the wood. DEWs could produce these effects.

DEWs can:

  • be invisible and inaudible.
  • be immune to gravity, wind and Coriolis forces.
  • travel at light-speed and have near infinite range and thus be suitable for use in space warfare.
  • be land-based, mounted on planes, drones, satellites or Boeing X-37s.
  • have pinpoint accuracy.

One disturbing effect mentioned by the firemen that I hadn’t seen until I saw this video was the anomalous scarring along large swathes of forest, with the rest untouched.

The question of course is why the innocent populace of Paradise would be the target of a diabolical stealth attack using advanced weapons – and by whom?

Rumors swirled about a high-speed railway and gold reserves discovered in the Paradise area but the most pervasive rumors involved the UN’s Agenda 21 action plan and a Globalist plot to declare designated areas unfit for human habitation; to deny property rights, to undermine US sovereignty and to herd any survivors into megacities, with the goal of subjugating humanity to an “eco-totalitarian” regime.

While crazy-sounding and unbelievable, one cannot deny that mainstream media hosts were heard casually discussing whether people should be allowed to rebuild in Paradise.

Last Wednesday, the missing persons call center for those who were unaccounted for during the Camp Firewas closed down. Butte County officials were able to locate 3,200 people, with three individuals still considered missing, according to the sheriff’s office. Four victims have not yet been named, deputies said. The Camp Fire was the deadliest fire in California’s history, claiming 86 lives.

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WINDOWS that CAUSE ‘FIRES’- Promoted by Green Energy Standards
The window industry has known that the Low-E Energy Efficient Windows have caused fires. 
The industry AND the corporate government agencies have known!
The Department of Energy promotes these windows.
Who would imagine that a green energy code window specification can cause FIRES?
Here’s What Happens:
Sunlight reflected from the metallic oxide coating on the glazed surface of these energy efficient Low-E Windows reflects 
heat that CAN cause ignition – FIRE.  This combustibility is dependent upon which side of the structure the windows are 
located during “direct” sunlight.
The metallic oxide coating is designed to keep the suns heat from entering the home, commercial buildings, etc.  
There are MANY reports from consumers, for YEARS, that have told of their experiences of these windows causing fires. 
Here are some instances, where windows have reflected heat and melted neighbors vinyl house siding, ignited dry brush 
and mulch, set wooden fences on FIRE and burned up parked cars where the reflected window BEAMS hit.
The reflected heat is magnified from the outside glass pane when the pane becomes concaved.
When the Argon Gas leaks out past the seal this creates low pressure within the window.  The absence of the gas between the double pane window allows the outside air pressure to bow the window inward creating a concave shape.
The concaved condition creates an intense focused heat effect from the sunlight which can cause ignition.
The reflected sunlight heat is beamed much like a magnifying glass and at the right distant point the beamed heat can cause ignition and FIRE.  
Focused heat creates the energy to ignite the exterior fuel.
Remember, these Low E windows are supported by the Department of Energy just like the LED Toxic Light Bulbs . . .
TO DATE – Approximately 80% of current window replacement and rebuilding of structure/homes have installed these Low E Energy Efficient Windows.
What we know is these fires caused by these windows is not widely known, and we have no way of estimating how many fires these windows have ALREADY caused.  
Now that you have an understanding of these window “defects” we must spread this far and wide – Because NOW You KNOW . . .
Knowing this will make you a better neighbor!
In order to comply with our “required” reduced energy consumption WE do NOT need to use these fire causing windows.  
Why would anyone, knowingly install these fire causing windows to reduce heat and energy costs?  WHY?
Engineering firms might be able to calculate and achieve the lower energy requirements by offsetting the Low E Windows 
with safe windows and other energy savings such as roof materials, wall thickness, etc. 
The window specification is dependent upon the amount of window area.
Ask about tempered glass on the exterior pane/outside pane which is rigid and less likely to bow.  
Again, windows are specified and dependent upon window size.  In California tempered windows are specified 
in Wildland areas, so we are told! 
Please consult with the window representative in your area.
Note – One solution we noted was to place screens on the outside windows to prevent the heat and magnifying effect.  
A possible problem would be that the screens will impede the view.  Should you sell your home a new owner might 
remove the screens NOT realizing the possible fire effects discussed above.  
We would suggest you DISCLOSE in your sellers disclosure statement what the screens over the windows are fore –
Again we must ask – Why would anyone, knowingly install these fire causing windows to reduce heat and energy costs?
WHY have PLANS, in all our communities, been adopted claiming that lowering consumption of energy will reduce climate change?  
These energy reducing plans have NOTHING to do with us altering the climate.  
Our government agencies actually have adopted plans, they say, will prevent our New Normal of Monster Weather Events. 
These Climate Action and Resilient Plans are worldwide plans to CONtrol all Land, Energy Use, WATER, Increase our costs 
to survive, control and decimate local economies  – 
Low E Energy Efficient Windows HAVE Caused Heat Reflections Creating Ignition and FIRE.
Many cities are and have been HIT with weather weapons (Climate Control) and the rebuilding what was destroyed is now in process across the country, and throughout the world.  
Cities will use code enforcement requiring all existing buildings be retrofitted to meet your cities agreement to “reduce” green house gas emissions (GHG).  
ALL existing buildings that do not comply will ultimately be subject to code violations, fines, penalties  
and potentially red-tagged to ELIMINATE occupancy – unless the green energy code requirements are met.   
Our cities have approved PACE and HERO loan programs that Rockefeller has schemed as a LOAN financing tool for 
energy CODE upgrade retrofitting for OUR properties.  
So far, there have been a number of homes that have been foreclosed upon by the inability to pay these Rockefeller loans.  
These loans are collateralized against the property and supersede the first mortgage, if you have one. 
There is more to understand about the PACE and HERO loans, however, we have given you enough to be aware of 
and YOU need to read and understand the fine print.
A family that lost their home in the TUBBS Fire in Santa Rosa, California, 10/8/2017,  purchased a new home under construction and moved into their replacement home months after they lost their original home, and ALL their belongings, in the TUBBS Fire.  
Sometime after moving into their new home there was a Red Flag Fire Warning in Sonoma County in November of 2018 
Important to note what constitutes a Red Flag Fire Warning – low humidity, high heat and wind.
They had an uncomfortable feeling during the FIRE WARNING and did not leave their house that day.
A neighboring unoccupied house had caught fire!
Upon investigation, behind the unoccupied neighboring house, the mulch and rear yard wooden fence and supports of the 
wooden deck were on fire.  Immediately, they called the fire department and with the help of a nearby neighbor they 
were able to contain the fire with garden hoses until the fire department arrived.  The fire had advanced into the crawl space 
under the deck and fire was under the house.  The fire department pulled off the wood siding and put the fire out.  
It was days later that the Low-E Windows started to create black burn spots on the newly replaced material in that same back yard.
This family almost LOST a second home to FIRE!
This WARNING Serves as a Caution to ALL!
Of interest below is a 2014 article out of London – 
WINDOWS that CAUSE – Car-melting London skyscraper to be permanently cooled down – National |


Car-melting London skyscraper to be permanently cooled down   5/14/2014

LONDON – A London skyscraper that drew ire for having a glare so strong it melted nearby cars and shops will get a permanent fix.

The offending tower – known as the Walkie-Talkie for its curved, bulging shape – is to have a sunshade attached to its south-facing facade to stop the concave surface from reflecting sunlight and beaming concentrated rays to a nearby street, developers said Thursday.

The 37-story building made headlines in September when a Jaguar owner who parked his car at its foot complained that the solar glare melted part of the vehicle. Local shopkeepers also said the beams – dubbed “death rays” by the British press – blistered paintwork and burnt a hole in a floor mat during the hottest parts of the day.

Watch below: London skyscraper heats up streets below enough to fry an egg

Developers Land Securities and Canary Wharf had put up a dark netted screen as a temporary measure. They now say they have received permission to erect a permanent sunshade of horizontal aluminum fins, which they say will solve the problem by absorbing and diffusing sunlight.

The sunshade will cover much of the Walkie-Talkie’s southern face, and will inevitably block the Thames views for the tower’s occupants “to a limited extent,” the developers said. But they added:

“The extra texture, detail and reduction in reflectivity will make the building a better neighbour.”

It wasn’t the first time that the skyscraper, designed by architect Rafael Vinoly and officially known as 20 Fenchurch Street, attracted controversy. Even before it was built, UNESCO, the United Nations heritage body, complained that tall buildings like it would negatively impact the historic Tower of London nearby.


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FIRES – SPARKS and WHEELS and FIRES – Jetts Heel Wheels DLX – Razor

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The BURN’em UP – FIRE LIST – by Fire Prevention SQUAD . . . ALERT!

Cities for which CAL FIRE has made recommendations on Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zones (VHFHSZ)

Note:  The recommendations are not the same as actual zones.  Such zoning designations do not go into effect unless, and until, they are adopted by ordinance by local agencies.  Local agencies are not required to report such zoning actions and CAL FIRE does not have a current list of local agencies that have adopted ordinances establishing Very High Fire Hazard Severity zones within their boundaries.

(organized by county)

Alameda (5 cities)

  • Berkeley
  • Oakland
  • Piedmont
  • Pleasanton
  • San Leandro

Amador (1 city)

  • Ione

Butte (2 cities)

  • Chico
  • Paradise

Calaveras (1 city)

  • Angels Camp

Contra Costa (8 cities)

  • Danville
  • El Cerrito
  • Lafayette
  • Martinez
  • Moraga
  • Orinda
  • Pinole
  • Richmond

El Dorado (2 cities)

  • Placerville
  • South Lake Tahoe

Lake (1 city)

  • Clearlake

Lassen (1 city)

  • Susanville

Los Angeles (39 cities)

  • Agoura Hills
  • Arcadia
  • Avalon
  • Azusa
  • Beverly Hills
  • Bradbury
  • Burbank
  • Calabasas
  • Claremont
  • Covina
  • Culver City
  • Diamond Bar
  • Duarte
  • Glendale
  • Glendora
  • Hidden Hills
  • Irwindale
  • La Canada Flintridge
  • La Habra Heights
  • La Mirada
  • La Verne
  • Los Angeles
  • Malibu
  • Monrovia
  • Palmdale
  • Palos Verdes Estates
  • Pasadena
  • Pomona
  • Rancho Palos Verdes
  • Rolling Hills
  • Rolling Hills Estates
  • San Dimas
  • Santa Clarita
  • Sierra Madre
  • Walnut
  • West Covina
  • Westlake Village
  • Whittier

Marin (3 cities)

  • Larkspur
  • Mill Valley
  • Novato

Mendocino (2 cities)

  • Ukiah
  • Willits

Mono (1 city)

  • Mammoth Lakes

Monterey (4 cities)

  • Carmel
  • Del Rey Oaks
  • Monterey
  • Pacific Grove

Napa (2 cities)

  • Calistoga
  • Yountville

Nevada (3 cities)

  • Grass Valley
  • Nevada City
  • Truckee

Orange (20 cities)

  • Aliso Viejo
  • Anaheim
  • Brea
  • Dana Point
  • Fullerton
  • Irvine
  • La Habra
  • Laguna Beach
  • Laguna Niguel
  • Laguna Woods
  • Lake Forest
  • Mission Viejo
  • Newport Beach
  • Orange
  • Rancho Santa Margarita
  • San Clemente
  • San Juan Capistrano
  • Tustin
  • Villa Park
  • Yorba Linda
Placer (2 cities)

  • Auburn
  • Colfax

Plumas (1 city)

  • Portola

Riverside (22 cities)

  • Banning
  • Beaumont
  • Calimesa
  • Canyon Lake
  • Cathedral City
  • Corona
  • Desert Hot Springs
  • Hemet
  • Jurupa Valley
  • Lake Elsinore
  • Menifee
  • Moreno Valley
  • Murrieta
  • Norco
  • Palm Desert
  • Palm Springs
  • Perris
  • Rancho Mirage
  • Riverside
  • San Jacinto
  • Temucula
  • Wildomar

San Bernardino (15 cities)

  • Big Bear Lake
  • Chino Hills
  • Colton
  • Fontana
  • Grand Terrace
  • Hesperia
  • Highland
  • Loma Linda
  • Rancho Cucamonga
  • Redlands
  • Rialto
  • San Bernardino
  • Upland
  • Yucaipa
  • Yucca Valley

San Diego (13 cities)

  • Carlsbad
  • Chula Vista
  • Del Mar
  • El Cajon
  • Encinitas
  • Escondido
  • Oceanside
  • Poway
  • San Diego
  • San Marcos
  • Santee
  • Solana Beach
  • Vista

San Luis Obispo (4 cities)

  • Atascadero
  • Morro Bay
  • Pismo Beach
  • San Luis Obispo

San Mateo (8 cities)

  • Belmont
  • Half Moon Bay
  • Hillsborough
  • Portola Valley
  • Redwood City
  • San Carlos
  • San Mateo
  • Woodside

Santa Barabara (2 cities)

  • Lompoc
  • Santa Barbara

Santa Clara (6 cities)

  • Cupertino
  • Los Gatos
  • Monte Sereno
  • Morgan Hill
  • San Jose
  • Saratoga

Shasta (3 cities)

  • Anderson
  • Redding
  • Shasta Lake

Siskiyou (6 cities)

  • Dunsmuir
  • Etna
  • Fort Jones
  • Mt Shasta
  • Weed
  • Yreka

Sonoma (2 cities)

  • Cloverdale
  • Santa Rosa

Tehama (1 city)

  • Red Bluff

Tuolumne (1 city)

  • Sonora

Ventura (8 cities)

  • Camarillo
  • Fillmore
  • Moorpark
  • Ojai
  • Santa Paula
  • Simi Valley
  • Thousand Oaks
  • Ventura

fhszs_map FIRE MAP

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PG&E’s “FIRE” – SubContractors Fired After Camp Fire Photos Spark Outrage . . .

Contractors Fired After Camp Fire Photos Spark Outrage  December 17, 2018

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. – Three contractors working to help clean up the Camp Fire were fired after offensive pictures posted online sparked outrage in the Paradise Community.

The photos were posted on Facebook showing several workers on a burned-out property, mocking the destruction they were being paid to clean up.

One photo shows the body of a cat killed in the fire, with a beer bottle placed by its mouth. The posts also included offensive captions.

A Paradise city spokesperson said that police are also looking into whether the photos show evidence of laws broken, like trespassing.

The company responsible for the crew in the photos fired three employees connected to the online posts Saturday.

“We have identified three participants in this abhorrent event and their employment has been terminated,” said Randy Smith, a member of the corporate counsel for the company. “Bigge Regrets that the residents of Paradise and Butte County have suffered an egregious insult during an already devastating time at the hands of three individuals.”

The company that fired the three employees was hired as a sub-contractor under PG&E.

The utility released a statement on the incident, calling the pictures “reprehensible.”

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