With the use of satellite imaging, we are able to detect more wildfires than ever before. This doesn’t mean we have more wildfires.
Here is the graph AIT is referring to. I’ve corrected the inaccurate term:
AIT’s graph is very misleading because it claims to count major wildfires when the actual study is counting the number of recorded wildfires!
MORE BAD SCIENCE
“This remarkable and patiently collected daily record now stands as one of the most important series of measurements in the history or science. “The pre-industrial concentration of CO2 was 280 parts per million. In 2005, that level, measured high above Mauna Loa, was 381 parts per million.”
Until you notice the “drastic” change equals only one hundredth of one percent of our atmosphere. Of that 0.01%, only 3.4% (totaling 0.00246% of our atmosphere) is caused by humans."