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No one needs a scientist to prove that life on Earth would be severely impacted, in both in quantity and in diversity, if wild fires were more frequent and widespread. scientists have been helpful, however, in identifying the primary factors that determine fires' prevalence: 1) the quantity of atmospheric oxygen, and 2) the electric discharge rate.1 If these were greater, we wouldn't be here to learn about them.