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Do you think this will be the case?

Yeah, think so. 8 72.73%
 
Nah, not happending. 3 27.27%
 
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Pemalite said:
Bofferbrauer2 said:

Good luck!

Really wondered how it was that you were still posting, as I thought Australia already had mobilized every firefighter against the bushfires. Kudos to you for doing what you are doing and stay safe out there!

They do rotating deployments.
So we get sent to the fire ground for 5 days, then sent back home for 2 days rest, then sent out again. - Fly back out tomorrow.
Does mean I have very limited ability to be on the forums for now, but the fire season won't last forever.

Are the fires so bad that the air quality in Melbourne is so terrible that Australian Open tennis players are legitimately having to quit matches? Based on the camera footage it certainly doesn't look like it visually. The fire footage showed pretty clearly how bad it is on site though.



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EricHiggin said:
Pemalite said:

They do rotating deployments.
So we get sent to the fire ground for 5 days, then sent back home for 2 days rest, then sent out again. - Fly back out tomorrow.
Does mean I have very limited ability to be on the forums for now, but the fire season won't last forever.

Are the fires so bad that the air quality in Melbourne is so terrible that Australian Open tennis players are legitimately having to quit matches? Based on the camera footage it certainly doesn't look like it visually. The fire footage showed pretty clearly how bad it is on site though.

I'm not fighting the fires over on the Eastern side of Australia at the moment, those deployments stopped in December, focused on Kangaroo Island right now... So I cannot speak about the quality of air in Melbourne.

These are photos I took on Monday morning. As you can tell, we aren't stressed to much about it. It's certainly not healthy, but definitely been in far worst, one day they might give us firefighters face masks.




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Pemalite said:
EricHiggin said:

Are the fires so bad that the air quality in Melbourne is so terrible that Australian Open tennis players are legitimately having to quit matches? Based on the camera footage it certainly doesn't look like it visually. The fire footage showed pretty clearly how bad it is on site though.

I'm not fighting the fires over on the Eastern side of Australia at the moment, those deployments stopped in December, focused on Kangaroo Island right now... So I cannot speak about the quality of air in Melbourne.

These are photos I took on Monday morning. As you can tell, we aren't stressed to much about it. It's certainly not healthy, but definitely been in far worst, one day they might give us firefighters face masks.


Jesus.... the least they could do, when your risking your life and health for them, is provide you guys with any and all gear you needed.

Crazy pictures.
Stay safe out there.



JRPGfan said:
Pemalite said:

I'm not fighting the fires over on the Eastern side of Australia at the moment, those deployments stopped in December, focused on Kangaroo Island right now... So I cannot speak about the quality of air in Melbourne.

These are photos I took on Monday morning. As you can tell, we aren't stressed to much about it. It's certainly not healthy, but definitely been in far worst, one day they might give us firefighters face masks.


Jesus.... the least they could do, when your risking your life and health for them, is provide you guys with any and all gear you needed.

Crazy pictures.
Stay safe out there.

Figured you'd likely have a better idea than me, since you're literally in the heat of it and I'm filling the furnace with 6ft logs to keep warm here.

Not great conditions there though. That much is clear, or not so much, clearly.

Why is it people in an office are heated and cooled with proper filtered air, yet you guys don't have what you need? Especially when it comes to health. Why does it seem like anyone who might get dirty at work is somehow less important?

The world is a messed up place. Good luck and stay safe. Thanks for not going on strike BTW.



The Canadian National Anthem According To Justin Trudeau

 

Oh planet Earth! The home of native lands, 
True social law, in all of us demand.
With cattle farts, we view sea rise,
Our North sinking slowly.
From far and snide, oh planet Earth, 
Our healthcare is yours free!
Science save our land, harnessing the breeze,
Oh planet Earth, smoke weed and ferment yeast.
Oh planet Earth, ell gee bee queue and tee.

EricHiggin said:
Pemalite said:

They do rotating deployments.
So we get sent to the fire ground for 5 days, then sent back home for 2 days rest, then sent out again. - Fly back out tomorrow.
Does mean I have very limited ability to be on the forums for now, but the fire season won't last forever.

Are the fires so bad that the air quality in Melbourne is so terrible that Australian Open tennis players are legitimately having to quit matches? Based on the camera footage it certainly doesn't look like it visually. The fire footage showed pretty clearly how bad it is on site though.

I currently live and work in Melbourne. It has been quite hazardous the last few days. Thankfully we have quite a few storms over on the east/south east of Australia at the moment. Certainly will not stop the fires but... it may halt them spreading further.



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ironmanDX said:
EricHiggin said:

Are the fires so bad that the air quality in Melbourne is so terrible that Australian Open tennis players are legitimately having to quit matches? Based on the camera footage it certainly doesn't look like it visually. The fire footage showed pretty clearly how bad it is on site though.

I currently live and work in Melbourne. It has been quite hazardous the last few days. Thankfully we have quite a few storms over on the east/south east of Australia at the moment. Certainly will not stop the fires but... it may halt them spreading further.

Sorry to hear that. Just can't get away from it down there I guess. Don't wanna be in the outback, but also don't wanna be near or in the brush either right about now. Maybe they figured with the upcoming storms that the conditions might not be so bad for the players. Not an easy decision to make for an event like that. Not as if they can just fit it in later in the year without a significant effort, and cost, if it would even be possible.

Hopefully Pem goes Super Saiyan and put's those fires out.



The Canadian National Anthem According To Justin Trudeau

 

Oh planet Earth! The home of native lands, 
True social law, in all of us demand.
With cattle farts, we view sea rise,
Our North sinking slowly.
From far and snide, oh planet Earth, 
Our healthcare is yours free!
Science save our land, harnessing the breeze,
Oh planet Earth, smoke weed and ferment yeast.
Oh planet Earth, ell gee bee queue and tee.

ironmanDX said:
EricHiggin said:

Are the fires so bad that the air quality in Melbourne is so terrible that Australian Open tennis players are legitimately having to quit matches? Based on the camera footage it certainly doesn't look like it visually. The fire footage showed pretty clearly how bad it is on site though.

I currently live and work in Melbourne. It has been quite hazardous the last few days. Thankfully we have quite a few storms over on the east/south east of Australia at the moment. Certainly will not stop the fires but... it may halt them spreading further.

Won't do much in South Australia, but the rain is welcomed in adding some moisture content to make our lives a little easier over the coming weeks elsewhere on the continent.
The rain needs to be a recurring theme, not just a once off to really make an impact, see what happens, this fire season will likely continue on even as we enter into Winter again.



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EricHiggin said:
ironmanDX said:

I currently live and work in Melbourne. It has been quite hazardous the last few days. Thankfully we have quite a few storms over on the east/south east of Australia at the moment. Certainly will not stop the fires but... it may halt them spreading further.

Sorry to hear that. Just can't get away from it down there I guess. Don't wanna be in the outback, but also don't wanna be near or in the brush either right about now. Maybe they figured with the upcoming storms that the conditions might not be so bad for the players. Not an easy decision to make for an event like that. Not as if they can just fit it in later in the year without a significant effort, and cost, if it would even be possible.

Hopefully Pem goes Super Saiyan and put's those fires out.

Doesn't need to go Super Saiyan, a Kamehameha suffices

(For those who don't get it, both Muten-Roshi and Son-Goku have fought fire with a Kamehameha)

Also, the European Space Agency made a superb picture from Space of the Wildfires:

You can literally see the inferno from Space, and it looks almost more like lava flows than fire.

Edit: Link to the original Picture in it's full glory: http://www.esa.int/ESA_Multimedia/Images/2020/01/Smoke_and_flames_in_Australia

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Pemalite said:
ironmanDX said:

I currently live and work in Melbourne. It has been quite hazardous the last few days. Thankfully we have quite a few storms over on the east/south east of Australia at the moment. Certainly will not stop the fires but... it may halt them spreading further.

Won't do much in South Australia, but the rain is welcomed in adding some moisture content to make our lives a little easier over the coming weeks elsewhere on the continent.
The rain needs to be a recurring theme, not just a once off to really make an impact, see what happens, this fire season will likely continue on even as we enter into Winter again.

Bofferbrauer2 said:
EricHiggin said:

Sorry to hear that. Just can't get away from it down there I guess. Don't wanna be in the outback, but also don't wanna be near or in the brush either right about now. Maybe they figured with the upcoming storms that the conditions might not be so bad for the players. Not an easy decision to make for an event like that. Not as if they can just fit it in later in the year without a significant effort, and cost, if it would even be possible.

Hopefully Pem goes Super Saiyan and put's those fires out.

Doesn't need to go Super Saiyan, a Kamehameha suffices

(For those who don't get it, both Muten-Roshi and Son-Goku have fought fire with a Kamehameha)

Also, the European Space Agency made a superb picture from Space of the Wildfires:

You can literally see the inferno from Space, and it looks almost more like lava flows than fire.

Edit: Link to the original Picture in it's full glory: http://www.esa.int/ESA_Multimedia/Images/2020/01/Smoke_and_flames_in_Australia

That's A LOT of land. Holy crap.

I take it Sub Zero is a no go down under?



The Canadian National Anthem According To Justin Trudeau

 

Oh planet Earth! The home of native lands, 
True social law, in all of us demand.
With cattle farts, we view sea rise,
Our North sinking slowly.
From far and snide, oh planet Earth, 
Our healthcare is yours free!
Science save our land, harnessing the breeze,
Oh planet Earth, smoke weed and ferment yeast.
Oh planet Earth, ell gee bee queue and tee.