Wildfire scientists brace for hotter, more flammable future as Paradise lies in ashes
Every man-made thing that burned, burned all the way. That is the powerful first impression driving into Paradise after America's deadliest wildfire in 100 years. There are a few scorched-but-recognizable husks of gas stations or curio shops but most of the 14,000 homes that caught an ember burned with such blowtorch intensity, only railings and the fireplace remain.