Although the liberal media are reporting that fires in the Amazon and in Africa apparently are the result, to some degree, of climate change and that the Amazon produces 20% of the world’s oxygen, data from NASA show that fires globally have fallen 24% since 1998.

Further, Forbes reports that burning fossil fuels has not contributed in any significant way to the depletion of the world’s oxygen supply.

“Using NASA satellites to detect fires and burn scars from space, researchers have found that an ongoing transition from nomadic cultures to settled lifestyles and intensifying agriculture has led to a steep drop in the use of fire for land clearing and an overall drop in natural and human-caused fires worldwide,” the NASA Earth Observatory reported.

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