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Major Carbon Monoxide Explosion West Coast !!!

 
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The highest level on the map is about 20,000ppb, or 20 ppm.

That would be less than in most any house in winter that was heated with an older indoor gas furnace/heater.

Today, OSHA sets a limit of 50ppm (50,000ppb) for workplace exposure.

[link to www.detectcarbonmonoxide.com]

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So who died?
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Bob Hope apparently.
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Anyone find it funny c02 is spiking right over the Oscars in LA lol
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Down in Southern Calif. Fullerton seems to be a hot spot 3300+PPBV of Methane.

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Shit, that 2 min away from me gasp
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The first thing I thought of was that quake 5.5 I think centered between Brea/Fullerton. I was living near Gilbert & Malvern at the time.

It's a big fault, runs all the way up to LA & is capable of a 7.5.
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Does anyone know what the Carbon Monoxide footprint of Japan looked like in the days prior to 3/11/2011?
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Does anyone know what the Carbon Monoxide footprint of Japan looked like in the days prior to 3/11/2011?
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I wonder if it will go back that far
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Does anyone know what the Carbon Monoxide footprint of Japan looked like in the days prior to 3/11/2011?
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Before its news has an artical about it
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[link to www.natureasia.com]
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holy shitballs...I was just randomly clicking on the nullschool site on black areas for 2/26 at 2200 local time and got a 36122 ppbv just west of angiola, ca (36.01° N, 119.37° W)...i bet a bunch of people were sick there that day. that is the highest ppbv i've seen yet.
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Good find, thanks. I didn't know about CO and earthquakes.


hmm
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Does anyone know what the Carbon Monoxide footprint of Japan looked like in the days prior to 3/11/2011?
 Quoting: CuriousSeeker


I could not find specifics on the Japan EQ, but did find this info.

Abstract.
Variations of total column CO and O3
in the atmosphere over the epicenter areas of 35 great earthquakes that occurred throughout the world in recent years were studied based on the hyper-spectrum data from Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS). It was found that anomalous increases of CO and/or O3 concentrations occurred over the epicenter areas of 12 earthquakes among the 35 studied ones. However, increases in both CO and O3
concentrations were found for 6 earthquakes.

[link to www.nat-hazards-earth-syst-sci.net]
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The highest level on the map is about 20,000ppb, or 20 ppm.

That would be less than in most any house in winter that was heated with an older indoor gas furnace/heater.

Today, OSHA sets a limit of 50ppm (50,000ppb) for workplace exposure.

[link to www.detectcarbonmonoxide.com]
 Quoting: MarPep


Somebody here is looking at different information. I don't get it!
When I go to OP's original link, it shows the carbon Monoxide in parts of PNW as extrememly high--in the darkest range possible.

Then I read your information and I see you saying that it is well below limits.
the person who did the youtube video seemed very concerned and he was showing offical maps.

Who has the correct information.

One side shows doom--other people seem to be taking about methane, CO, or even that the levels of carbon monoxide are nothing at all.
What's going on?????
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got a 46028 ppbv at 36.77° N, 119.87° W NW of fresno for 2/26 at 1600 local time...it's the winner thus far.
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Re: Major Carbon Monoxide Explosion West Coast !!!
The highest level on the map is about 20,000ppb, or 20 ppm.

That would be less than in most any house in winter that was heated with an older indoor gas furnace/heater.

Today, OSHA sets a limit of 50ppm (50,000ppb) for workplace exposure.

[link to www.detectcarbonmonoxide.com]
 Quoting: MarPep


Not correct.

Concentration Symptoms
35 ppm (0.0035%) Headache and dizziness within six to eight hours of constant exposure (OSHA Site Shutdown) I know this because one of our buildings got locked down. They put a red security tape on the gap of the doors, that showed if they had been opened. We had to wait till an inspection and remediation company came out. End result, facilities screwed the pooch and none of the air filters were changed for two years. Two of the six air handlers died. The second one spiked it and people were getting dizzy and bumping into things.

The cloud has been 3,200-3,00 ppb or 3.3-3.6 ppm for 4 days.

The damage is CUMULATIVE. And doesn't begin to repair itself until 7 days pass. CO kills the blood which kills your heart and lungs. Slow suffocation and death.
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Before its news has an artical about it
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WELL OUR WHOLE DOOM PREMISE IS FUCKED THEN.

Its worthless cuck doom.
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The highest level on the map is about 20,000ppb, or 20 ppm.

That would be less than in most any house in winter that was heated with an older indoor gas furnace/heater.

Today, OSHA sets a limit of 50ppm (50,000ppb) for workplace exposure.

[link to www.detectcarbonmonoxide.com]
 Quoting: MarPep


Somebody here is looking at different information. I don't get it!
When I go to OP's original link, it shows the carbon Monoxide in parts of PNW as extrememly high--in the darkest range possible.

Then I read your information and I see you saying that it is well below limits.
the person who did the youtube video seemed very concerned and he was showing offical maps.

Who has the correct information.

One side shows doom--other people seem to be taking about methane, CO, or even that the levels of carbon monoxide are nothing at all.
What's going on?????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18759497


The levels are high for outdoors, but are less than the allowable limits set by OSHA for work place levels. Sensitive people may develop mild symptoms.

High CO levels have occurred before with temperature inversions, but also with volcanic activity. Question here is which ?

Last Edited by MarPep on 02/29/2016 12:22 AM
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Re: Major Carbon Monoxide Explosion West Coast !!!
The highest level on the map is about 20,000ppb, or 20 ppm.

That would be less than in most any house in winter that was heated with an older indoor gas furnace/heater.

Today, OSHA sets a limit of 50ppm (50,000ppb) for workplace exposure.

[link to www.detectcarbonmonoxide.com]
 Quoting: MarPep


Somebody here is looking at different information. I don't get it!
When I go to OP's original link, it shows the carbon Monoxide in parts of PNW as extrememly high--in the darkest range possible.

Then I read your information and I see you saying that it is well below limits.
the person who did the youtube video seemed very concerned and he was showing offical maps.

Who has the correct information.

One side shows doom--other people seem to be taking about methane, CO, or even that the levels of carbon monoxide are nothing at all.
What's going on?????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18759497


The levels are high for outdoors, but are less than the allowable limits set by OSHA for work place levels. Sensitive people may develop mild symptoms.
 Quoting: MarPep


Bullshit twice tard.tomato
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Check out the video right after the one that is posted - it explains that in 2010 researchers found this is related to quakes - and look at the screen shot I took two days before this carbon monoxide anomaly - unusual quake pattern here in California...

[link to tinypic.com]
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The highest level on the map is about 20,000ppb, or 20 ppm.

That would be less than in most any house in winter that was heated with an older indoor gas furnace/heater.

Today, OSHA sets a limit of 50ppm (50,000ppb) for workplace exposure.

[link to www.detectcarbonmonoxide.com]
 Quoting: MarPep


Not correct.

Concentration Symptoms
35 ppm (0.0035%) Headache and dizziness within six to eight hours of constant exposure (OSHA Site Shutdown) I know this because one of our buildings got locked down. They put a red security tape on the gap of the doors, that showed if they had been opened. We had to wait till an inspection and remediation company came out. End result, facilities screwed the pooch and none of the air filters were changed for two years. Two of the six air handlers died. The second one spiked it and people were getting dizzy and bumping into things.

The cloud has been 3,200-3,00 ppb or 3.3-3.6 ppm for 4 days.

The damage is CUMULATIVE. And doesn't begin to repair itself until 7 days pass. CO kills the blood which kills your heart and lungs. Slow suffocation and death.
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This Marpep knows jack squat.
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California ldling their cars to commit collective suicide.
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Re: Major Carbon Monoxide Explosion West Coast !!!
The highest level on the map is about 20,000ppb, or 20 ppm.

That would be less than in most any house in winter that was heated with an older indoor gas furnace/heater.

Today, OSHA sets a limit of 50ppm (50,000ppb) for workplace exposure.

[link to www.detectcarbonmonoxide.com]
 Quoting: MarPep


Not correct.

Concentration Symptoms
35 ppm (0.0035%) Headache and dizziness within six to eight hours of constant exposure (OSHA Site Shutdown) I know this because one of our buildings got locked down. They put a red security tape on the gap of the doors, that showed if they had been opened. We had to wait till an inspection and remediation company came out. End result, facilities screwed the pooch and none of the air filters were changed for two years. Two of the six air handlers died. The second one spiked it and people were getting dizzy and bumping into things.

The cloud has been 3,200-3,00 ppb or 3.3-3.6 ppm for 4 days.

The damage is CUMULATIVE. And doesn't begin to repair itself until 7 days pass. CO kills the blood which kills your heart and lungs. Slow suffocation and death.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68506843


This Marpep knows jack squat.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68506843


MarPep is just quoting OSHA and EPA figures to you, and he has treated CO victims. CO poisoning is treated with 100 per cent O2, which greatly shortens the half life to hours. Bad cases need hyperbaric O2.

Last Edited by MarPep on 02/29/2016 12:41 AM
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Still wrong. Check wiki and OSHA. A cluster of 3 or more persons with complaints shuts down the building. For inspection and remediation.
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Add that exposer plus extra radiation. Is turning them more fat and ugly sooner. With sprinkles of GMO food to boot. Many on pharmacy happy pills. lawyers will spike there gas prices next winter. It's a cluster fu long term.
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Add that exposer plus extra radiation. Is turning them more fat and ugly sooner. With sprinkles of GMO food to boot. Many on pharmacy happy pills. lawyers will spike there gas prices next winter. It's a cluster fu long term.
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I'm guessing you date fuck pigs and breeding cows.

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Re: Major Carbon Monoxide Explosion West Coast !!!
The highest level on the map is about 20,000ppb, or 20 ppm.

That would be less than in most any house in winter that was heated with an older indoor gas furnace/heater.

Today, OSHA sets a limit of 50ppm (50,000ppb) for workplace exposure.

[link to www.detectcarbonmonoxide.com]
 Quoting: MarPep


Not correct.

Concentration Symptoms
35 ppm (0.0035%) Headache and dizziness within six to eight hours of constant exposure (OSHA Site Shutdown) I know this because one of our buildings got locked down. They put a red security tape on the gap of the doors, that showed if they had been opened. We had to wait till an inspection and remediation company came out. End result, facilities screwed the pooch and none of the air filters were changed for two years. Two of the six air handlers died. The second one spiked it and people were getting dizzy and bumping into things.

The cloud has been 3,200-3,00 ppb or 3.3-3.6 ppm for 4 days.

The damage is CUMULATIVE. And doesn't begin to repair itself until 7 days pass. CO kills the blood which kills your heart and lungs. Slow suffocation and death.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68506843


This Marpep knows jack squat.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68506843


MarPep is just quoting OSHA and EPA figures to you, and he has treated CO victims. CO poisoning is treated with 100 per cent O2, which greatly shortens the half life to hours. Bad cases need hyperbaric O2.
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I doubt it or you would have known these. Listen, we are not talking about a building. We are talking about everything out there around you and now the building is safe.

Concentration Symptoms
35 ppm (0.0035%) Headache and dizziness within six to eight hours of constant exposure
100 ppm (0.01%) Slight headache in two to three hours
200 ppm (0.02%) Slight headache within two to three hours; loss of judgment
400 ppm (0.04%) Frontal headache within one to two hours
800 ppm (0.08%) Dizziness, nausea, and convulsions within 45 min; insensible within 2 hours
1,600 ppm (0.16%) Headache, increased heart rate, dizziness, and nausea within 20 min; death in less than 2 hours
3,200 ppm (0.32%) Headache, dizziness and nausea in five to ten minutes. Death within 30 minutes.
6,400 ppm (0.64%) Headache and dizziness in one to two minutes. Convulsions, respiratory arrest, and death in less than 20 minutes.
12,800 ppm (1.28%) Unconsciousness after 23 breaths. Death in less than three minutes.
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if the cloud of CO is still that concentrated after having originated in central africa and circumnavigated the globe... what the fuck caused that in africa? how would that not have killed a lot of people?

while i'm a fan of researching brownian motion i'm at a loss with this one.
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no clue

but Dec 6th 2015 shows the highest concentration in South America over the Amazon basin [link to worldview.earthdata.nasa.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: RTS REDUX


I think I might have it narrowed down to July 2014 or thereabouts with the origin being in Central Africa and it's gotten much worse since then.

[link to worldview.earthdata.nasa.gov (secure)]

click on the timeline to skip weeks/months.
 Quoting: RTS REDUX


It may be a wild guess on my part but I'm thinking South Africa and California are two different places.

Try looking at an actual toy globe one day, it's not THAT hard.
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I never said it was dingus. I said it originated somewhere else and has been drifting around the globe for the past two years. A high concentration of it reached the California coast the day before yesterday which that map shows.

learn how to read threads.

it's not THAT hard.
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no clue

but Dec 6th 2015 shows the highest concentration in South America over the Amazon basin [link to worldview.earthdata.nasa.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: RTS REDUX


I think I might have it narrowed down to July 2014 or thereabouts with the origin being in Central Africa and it's gotten much worse since then.

[link to worldview.earthdata.nasa.gov (secure)]

click on the timeline to skip weeks/months.
 Quoting: RTS REDUX


It may be a wild guess on my part but I'm thinking South Africa and California are two different places.

Try looking at an actual toy globe one day, it's not THAT hard.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71495162


I never said it was dingus. I said it originated somewhere else and has been drifting around the globe for the past two years. A high concentration of it reached the California coast the day before yesterday which that map shows.

learn how to read threads.

it's not THAT hard.
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4 days ago Digle berry stink.





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