Forest Fires and National Strategies
"How do you develop a national strategy on forest fire sighting
and leave out sight?"
~ Adjunct Professor Curtis Bennett, August 11, 2015
Open Letter to:
Issues Management at NDP Caucus Office
Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan
From: Curtis Bennett <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, Aug 7, 2015 at 10:06 AM Pacific Time
Subject: Forest Fires & National Strategies
Thanks for the brief conversation today on Forest Fires. Our last communication was related to smart meters and hence the diversity of my job as Chief Science Officer.
To hear about your forest fires and knowing you are fighting them blind requires me to respond in my capacity. Fires are going to get more intense and the resources fighting them blind is excessive.
As I said on the phone our work for governments, industries or medical education is providing sight. In this case it is sight through the smoke. Saskatchewan and others could and should be tracking the direction of the fires through the smoke. It gives lead time for fighting or evacuation.
The information we are sharing may be controversial to some including the BC Premier. BC Premier Gordon Campbell's Office edited the public fire inquiry including images or the fact we even presented. The Premier's Office stated to me that this Public Inquiry wasn't accepting pictures. The inquiry was based on audio only and the audio came unplugged when I was presenting in Kelowna.
Sight through smoke was presented at the BC Public Fire Inquiry in 2003 as well as factors contributing to fire intensity. Here is a link for you that contains still images that initiated the evacuation of 15,000 on August 21, 2003. There is a time-lapsed infrared video showing a forest fire building through the smoke.
Here is what media reported in 2003 when the forest fire interfaced with Kelowna in 2003 and the dispatches between Forestry and Kelowna Fire Department confirm they were blind because of smoke. http://thermoguy.com/shes-mighty-ugly-out-here/
Our work over 35 years saving governments, industries and insurers 100s of billions of dollars is specific to getting the job done. We simply provide sight of their objectives for applicable industry professionals.
Wireless smart meters have further complicated forest fire concerns. The Specific Absorption Rate test left out the smart grid which is required for wireless smart meters to work. FortisBC under direct cross examination by me admitted their grid will cover 17,000 sq. kms. The high speed EMFs will kill trees and create a 17,000 sq. km heat sink warming the atmosphere. Smart Meters are ideally supposed to catch energy waste but that isn't happening at all. It was reported to the Prime Minister that buildings(including Saskatchewan) are grossly exceeding Building Code 1.1.3. (Climatic Data). Building Code warns of solar EMF exposure and significance, we just couldn't see it before. Buildings are signed off as compliant with Building Codes. These images of energy are transcripts and evidence of the BC Government's BC Utilities Commission. These are the energy concerns utilities and governments want to address. In the latter pages you can see building development hitting 92 deg. C when 100 is boiling.
New building development in Saskatchewan and across Canada requires that absorbent finishes and colours are not used. In order to comply with Building Code, the right finishes need to be used so the building reflects or is protected from solar EMFs. Older buildings can be addressed and it is a big economy providing tax paying jobs.
Please contact the writer with any questions and challenges.
Chief Science Officer
Interprovincial Journeyman Electrician(Red Seal)
Building Engineering Technologist
Adjunct Professor for Accredited Medical Education and CME Credits
Thermal Radiation Consultant for 35 Years
Note: The above letter relates to how wireless 'Smart' meters complicate forest fire concerns.
Adjunct Professor Curtis Bennett
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