Fire And Wildfires: The Two Side Of Fire

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The Two Sides OF Fire “Fire has been around for millions of years, but it has only been in the last 1.5 million years that humans have figured out how use it” (“Facts About Fire”). I always have wonder why fire is the only element that doesn’t associate with the species. For example water, earth, and air all have species that can have direct contact. For example the fishes that live in water or people that live in land. But There is no specie on this planet that can have direct contact with fire and not get hurt. Maybe that’s the reason why animals and people referred to fire as dangerous. Especially if we 're talking about wildfires which has a big impact on people and wildland. But at the end no matter how dangerous, and destructive fire is, people still depend on…show more content…
The first article that i explored was called (“Wildfires”) from the National Geographic Website. In the article I learned that depending on the weather conditions wildfires can have different reactions. For example in the article they stated that “Uncontrolled blazes fueled by weather, wind, and dry underbrush, wildfires can burn acres of land and consume everything in their paths in mere minutes” (“Wildfires”). I also learned the good effects that wildfires has on the environment. For example naturally occurring wildfires are fundamental in nature as they return nutrients to the soil by burning dead trees, plants, and land. They also act as disinfectant by removing poisoning plants, insects, and all soft of dangerous things (“Wildfires”). That 's the information that I learned from the article, and while it wasn 't much I did manage to find key information. Next I visited two more websites. The first one was actually a online magazine (“Into The Wildfire”) from The New York Times Magazine. The first thing that I notice was how clean, organized, and simple this online magazine was. it did

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