Fire in Australia is about water

OSO and the fires in Australia. He does not live in the area in the news.


“…it is also possible that weather conditions were so severe and so
unique that no amount of preparation or skill in command and control or
communication could have saved the 107+ (rdan here…now 128) confirmed dead. In this case,the disaster is simply an uncontrollable act of nature that could not
have been avoided nor mitigated. Part of me hopes that this is the case,
yet the idea that bushfires – a natural Australian phenomenon – should
somehow become more unpredictable and severe than normal is
questionable. The human element – notably a failure in communication –
is likely to be a major factor in the deaths resulting in these fires.”