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DANGER! "Unprecedented" Levels of Carbon Monoxide surging from Seismic Faults on W. Coast - DANGEROUS

 
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DANGER! "Unprecedented" Levels of Carbon Monoxide surging from Seismic Faults on W. Coast - DANGEROUS
People on the West coast may find they are having trouble breathing and feel strangely tired. Some folks may notice the surface of their skin taking on a bright red appearance; the signs of Carbon Monoxide poisoning.

Scientists are working feverishly to try to determine the cause, but, they say a consensus is quickly developing: The earth itself is emitting this gas and it is being released into the atmosphere via seismic fault lines; cracks in the earth's surface where tectonic plates rub together.

If levels continue to rise as they presently are, people could be overcome, pass out and die from this.


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Superstation 95 is just a terrible, terrible, source for anything.

If this is true, it is very interesting and possibly quite dangerous, but based on the source, the earth in those areas is more likely to be absorbing CO than to be emitting it.
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Quick shut the borders! If we close Washington, Oregon, and California from the rest of the world we can take out half the liberal population in the US.

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Re: DANGER! "Unprecedented" Levels of Carbon Monoxide surging from Seismic Faults on W. Coast - DANGEROUS
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interesting link. wonder what that apparent source in canada is...
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More info here.

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surprised there's not more about this yet.

the map on the one link shows PPB - parts per billion, with the count going over 1000.

CO is dangerous and potentially lethal in the PPM range...

[link to www.cdc.gov]

Existing short-term exposure guidelines: National Research Council [NRC 1987] Emergency Exposure Guidance Levels (EEGLs):

10-minute EEGL: 1,500 ppm

30-minute EEGL: 800 ppm

60-minute EEGL: 400 ppm

24-hour EEGL: 50 ppm
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Super Pine it!
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surprised there's not more about this yet.

the map on the one link shows PPB - parts per billion, with the count going over 1000.

CO is dangerous and potentially lethal in the PPM range...

[link to www.cdc.gov]

Existing short-term exposure guidelines: National Research Council [NRC 1987] Emergency Exposure Guidance Levels (EEGLs):

10-minute EEGL: 1,500 ppm

30-minute EEGL: 800 ppm

60-minute EEGL: 400 ppm

24-hour EEGL: 50 ppm

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So then we're dead already?
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surprised there's not more about this yet.

the map on the one link shows PPB - parts per billion, with the count going over 1000.

CO is dangerous and potentially lethal in the PPM range...

[link to www.cdc.gov]

Existing short-term exposure guidelines: National Research Council [NRC 1987] Emergency Exposure Guidance Levels (EEGLs):

10-minute EEGL: 1,500 ppm

30-minute EEGL: 800 ppm

60-minute EEGL: 400 ppm

24-hour EEGL: 50 ppm

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So then we're dead already?
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Yea,basically
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surprised there's not more about this yet.

the map on the one link shows PPB - parts per billion, with the count going over 1000.

CO is dangerous and potentially lethal in the PPM range...

[link to www.cdc.gov]

Existing short-term exposure guidelines: National Research Council [NRC 1987] Emergency Exposure Guidance Levels (EEGLs):

10-minute EEGL: 1,500 ppm

30-minute EEGL: 800 ppm

60-minute EEGL: 400 ppm

24-hour EEGL: 50 ppm

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So then we're dead already?
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highest i've seen clicking around is 5-6 PPM. not deadly in 24 hours... but if that keeps up for a week there'll be trouble.

it's also hard to tell how close this stuff is to ground level and all that.
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Just a coincidence...
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He did an update video on it. Ruled some things out but still doesn't know what it is.

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Danger warning alert unprecedented amounts of Carbon Monoxide coming out of car exhausts epiclol
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Using this link, I scrolled the date and time back to yesterday afternoon when everyone in the family took a long afternoon nap. Matched right up to the heaviest concentration. We are West coast Oregon. Might be a coincidence, who knows.

Move to the current time and you can see the West Coast has dissipated and the CO cloud is moving Eastward covering most of the Western US. Earth burped.
Stop the deception, tell the truth, be set free.
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Danger warning alert unprecedented amounts of Carbon Monoxide coming out of car exhausts epiclol
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i guess if we gotta go.... falling asleep and not waking up is the preferable way to go.

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Re: DANGER! "Unprecedented" Levels of Carbon Monoxide surging from Seismic Faults on W. Coast - DANGEROUS
I had a series of dreams once, that people were living in towns on top or along the Rocky Mountain Range. One was particularly strange: A vivid dream of a town that I sensed to be among mountains, with roads and houses made out of planking that appeared to be painted white and a distinct impression that things were 'different'.
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Perhaps not necessarily along the Rocky Mountain Range but definitely 'high up'
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So methane first, then CO, then CO2, then SO2, and finally lava?
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The OP updated their story with further info overnight. Some areas hit levels of Carbon Monoxide over 27,121 ppbv. Since there are 1,000 millions in a billion, if we divide 27,121 by 1,000 we get a level of 27 ppm. That's half the max value for exposure in 24 hours; except you get it within minutes!

They show that outside the "bloom" the levels of CO are at their "usual" of about 150, but inside the bloom: 27,121.

Whoever the person is that questioned the credibility of the source, you should have taken time to actually visit the link they provided where you could have seen it for yourself before claiming it to be a "terrible, terrible source for anything." You made a fool of yourself.
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a major sub-sea volcano firing off under the Pacific?
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Is this related?
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yellowstone
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yellowstone
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yellowstone is down wind and too far away
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yellowstone
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yellowstone is down wind and too far away
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its smack in the middle of the plume as a hweole, and the underground magma plume goes west, under the crust towards the pacific

mountains are basically cracks in the crust, weak points, and mountainous regions are where this stuff seems to be coming from, mostly

thats my take on it, anyway
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yellowstone
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yellowstone is down wind and too far away
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its smack in the middle of the plume as a whole, and the underground magma plume goes west, under the crust towards the pacific

mountains are basically cracks in the crust, weak points, and mountainous regions are where this stuff seems to be coming from, mostly

thats my take on it, anyway
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Re: DANGER! "Unprecedented" Levels of Carbon Monoxide surging from Seismic Faults on W. Coast - DANGEROUS
surprised there's not more about this yet.

the map on the one link shows PPB - parts per billion, with the count going over 1000.

CO is dangerous and potentially lethal in the PPM range...

[link to www.cdc.gov]

Existing short-term exposure guidelines: National Research Council [NRC 1987] Emergency Exposure Guidance Levels (EEGLs):

10-minute EEGL: 1,500 ppm

30-minute EEGL: 800 ppm

60-minute EEGL: 400 ppm

24-hour EEGL: 50 ppm

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63276700


So then we're dead already?
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highest i've seen clicking around is 5-6 PPM. not deadly in 24 hours... but if that keeps up for a week there'll be trouble.

it's also hard to tell how close this stuff is to ground level and all that.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63276700


Carbon monoxide sinks in air if I recall.

So people at lowest elevations should start dropping like flies first, I think. (Which is most of the people.)





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