Amazon Fires Should Be Allowed To Burn.


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I do not think these people understand the relationship between the highly oxidized carbon in the Amazonian Terra Preta soil and the intense heat needed to create the same carbon biochar from a forest fire. It seems the system would be healthier if allowed to burn. Here is a link to a firefighting effort. Thoughts?
 
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Agree. The photos I've seen all show clear cut areas that have been previously logged and/or cleared for farming as burning and not the untouched rain forests. Burning is Natures way of regenerating and renewing.
 

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No because it won't be aloud to regenerate it will be used for farming. It wasn't a natural fire it was started deliberately to clear the forest but it got out of hand.
 
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right or wrong it appears it will be allowed to burn anyway, so go on about your business everyone, civilizations come and go. lol
 

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