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News :: Environment
Animals Birds Burning Alive In Alberta Largest Evacuation In Canadian History
06 May 2016
41 fires, 10 of them out of control, are burning in Alberta. Ft McMurray, the fracking boomtown, is gone.
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insect like airplanes above the inferno
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Houses waiting to be fire-devoured
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Fracker boomtown Ft McMurray is gone
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The largest evacuation in Canadian history has been caused by frackers, lumber corporations, cattle and sheep ranchers

May the countries of the world send fire crews, huge water carrier planes, and support. May we all visualize rain.

98,000 human beings evacuated. Fires are blocking many roads. Planes have airlifted several thousand out, .... but who will rescue the animals?

Over 20,000 homes and buildings have been destroyed in Alberta.

3 Kinds of Treekillers:
Deforestation, earthquakes, and fires are the consequences of Canadian frackers,.
Before the fires, Alberta frackers had already deforested several hundred square miles , creating a barren moonscape. harming the rain patterns by removing the trees whose evaporation becomes mist, then clouds, then rain. The same results come from
cattle and sheep ranchers who remove trees In addition their grazing animals eat sapling trees. The lumber industry also removes centenarian trees. When replanting occurs by some of the companies, it is only seedlings, not massive trees of over 100 years.

Repson Oil is one of Alberta's frackers linked to causing Canada's biggest earthquake.

Senator Bernie Sanders' assertion that
Hillary Clinton according to State Dept. records has promoted fracking around the world has been well documented.
Alberta earthquake 8 points linked to frackers

Frackers are causing devastation everywhere. In Oklahoma, there are between 5 and 6 earthquakes a day of a magnitude of 3. or above. The poisonous brew, a chemical stew which they inject into the ground is poisoning eventually every watershed, killing people and animals, causing water faucets to burst with flame, creating fires from the deforestation.
In Ohio, in the Youngstown area alone there have been 819 or more earthquakes.

http://ecowatch.com/2016/01/14/alberta-earthquake-fracking/

Alberta fracking
https://www.propublica.org/article/oh-canadas-become-a-home-for-record-f

Frackers cause caribou herds to decline
http://www.takepart.com/article/2016/01/07/canada-endangered-caribou-bor caribou herds decline
Alberta wildfires 60,000 face evacuation
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-canada-wildfire-fortmcmurray-idUSKCN0X

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/fort-mcmurray-wildfire-60-000-evacuate

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-canada-wildfire-fortmcmurray-idUSKCN0X

Picture sources.

http://cbc.ca

http://i.huffpost.com/gen/768058/images/r-LETHBRIDGE-FIRE-large570.jpg
https://climatecrock.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/wallofflame.jpg?w=480
http://a.abcnews.go.com/images/International/WireAP_9dff35cc161148f0af06
http://archive.onearth.org/files/onearth/imagecache/scale_and_crop_684x3
http://s4.reutersmedia.net/resources/r/?m=02&d=20160504&t=2&i=1135669455
See also:
http://cbc.ca

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