Yosemite Fire Damage: 8 Homes, 18K Acres, Counting

An out-of-control wildfire burning Sunday near an entrance to Yosemite National Park has destroyed eight homes and threatened thousands more as flames forced authorities to cut power to the park. Full Story
proud american

United States

#1 Jul 27, 2008
God Bless our figherfighters, paramedics and policemen...they really do go above and beyond.

Singapore, Singapore

#4 Aug 27, 2013
Could we starve the fire of oxygen in some way like covering patches of areas that are reachable by helicopter to drop a sheet of fireproof material. It act as a lid over each small patch and as the fire dies off patch by patch we can push
towards the outter and more harder to reach area.

Is it not possible to seed the clouds in that area so as to contain the fire with the rainfall or hail stones in areas that are hard to reach?

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