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intelwave 🌺🌸 #FreeKyle
Data from shows a massive release of sulfur dioxide gas from the outskirts of Wuhan, commonly associated with the burning of organic matters. Levels are elevated, even compared with the rest of China.
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intelwave 🌺🌸 #FreeKyle Feb 8
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From the same time, using the same scale - notice that the emissions are heightened across the board. Only other city that comes near to it is Chongquing, which is also afflicted by the .
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intelwave 🌺🌸 #FreeKyle Feb 8
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A couple distinct possibilities: This is a power plant releasing all this gas. Unlikely, considering how deviant the numbers are from the norm. No other city comes close to how much SO2 is being released from Wuhan.
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intelwave 🌺🌸 #FreeKyle Feb 8
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A second one: Wuhan is burning municipal trash and possibly contaminated animal carcasses. Possible, but why would they not just dump it where they usually do?
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intelwave 🌺🌸 #FreeKyle Feb 8
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And the third and most morbid: Dead bodies are being burned on the outskirts of the city, the death numbers are way higher than the CCP is letting on about, and things are really, really bad.
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intelwave 🌺🌸 #FreeKyle Feb 8
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I don't know the relative probabilities of these events, make up your own mind as to which is most likely.
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intelwave 🌺🌸 #FreeKyle Feb 8
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Also note that I changed the scale displayed to view only the peaks, look at concentrations above 500ug/m^3 to see the real story.
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intelwave 🌺🌸 #FreeKyle Feb 8
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If this tweet gets taken down you know what happened.
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intelwave 🌺🌸 #FreeKyle Feb 8
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This is from 4chins so take this with a grain of salt, but one poster extrapolated from the SO2 release data and estimated 14,000 bodies would have to be burnt to reach this level of emissions.
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intelwave 🌺🌸 #FreeKyle Feb 8
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Current SO₂ levels are extremely elevated, at 1700ug/m^3, where 80ug/m^3 is considered dangerously high.
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intelwave 🌺🌸 #FreeKyle Feb 8
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Next closest is Chongqing at roughly 800ug/m^3.
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intelwave 🌺🌸 #FreeKyle Feb 8
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intelwave 🌺🌸 #FreeKyle Feb 8
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Here's another view with the levels in frame.
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