Earthglobe is almost at flash point with respect to global heat contents and temperature and any sizeable further addition of heat to its environment will result into huge disaster of life, property and infrastructure at multiple locations on the globe. The recent example of this is the aftermath of Cali-fornian forest fires (2017-2018) and Hawaii volcano eruption as elaborated in this treatise. This has resulted into 7 main catastrophic events over the Earth globe in its first round, while in 2nd round, all the previous same 7 or similar event in the same or an area close to it are repeated with one more event added in the list. These wildfires add large quantity of heat directly to the globe and even more through abstraction of out going global heat radiation by their generated green house gasses, pollution and soot. The 2nd round is perhaps also supported by Hawaii volcanic eruption. The 3rd round has mainly completed and few expected events are yet in pipe line, but California jungle fire of November 2018 has strengthened its attacks again. The mechanics and tracks of its attacks with pulled in of its allies has been elaborated in this work with role of this wildfire and its all children; heat, soot, pollution and green house gasses in possible boast of global heat contents and temperature. It is observed that disastrous aftermath from all such heating events in the north are contained mainly in Northern Hemisphere, while contrary to this; some of such events in the south have hard strikes on the North. It is requested that Global heat contents rise, jungle fire and volcanic eruptions must be completely stopped by all means because this causes widespread disaster mainly over the tropical regions of Globe as experienced from Californian Jungle Fire.
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Nazeer, M. M. (2019). Tragic Aftermath of Californian Jungle Fire and Hawaiian Volcano Outburst, a Warning about Persistently Rising Global Warming, Resulting into High Rated Disaster’s Chain. Open Access Library Journal, 6, e5118. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1105118.
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