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West Coast EXPLOSION of Carbon Monoxide and Sulfur Emissions

Earthquake

 

A warning to my West Coast listeners…

 

On February 26, 2016, a massive burst of carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide and other particulates was detected along the west coast of the United States, especially in the California and Oregon regions.

 

The cloud has been spreading to the East ever since.

Scientists with Nature Asia had this to say regarding these types of emissions…

 

www.natureasia.com/…

Earth emits a burst of carbon monoxide (CO) a few days before an earthquake, according to geophysicist Ramesh Singh. He and co-workers from France and the United States report that this gas could be used as one of the precursor signals for an earthquake early warning system.

The scientists used data from an American satellite and analysed changes in carbon monoxide at different altitudes. “The carbon monoxide shows enhancement in concentration a few days prior to the earthquake,” Singh said.

According to the scientists, CO gas is forced out of the earth due to the build up of stress prior to the earthquake “influencing the hydrological regime around the epicenter.”

 

CO readings ranging from about 5,000 parts per billion over the mountains of Southwestern Canada to as high as 40,000 parts per billion over Southern California were detected in this emission.

 

There ahve been reports of people not being able to breathe properly, having reddish blotches n skin appearing, and other symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning happening.

 

Be aware, protect yourselves – these are pretty reliable signs that an earthquake may happen in that area.

 

 

 

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