Major Carbon Monoxide Explosion

The above-quoted article is primarily based off of data from earth.nullschool.net, a site that gleans and compiles data from various sites to make a visual map of global weather. While it did show an unusual amount of carbon monoxide along the West Coast in February 2016, the site warned that its data is not always correct:

Please note that these predictions are experimental and are produced for research purposes only. Use of these forecasts for purposes other than research is not recommended.

Articles claiming that there was a major spike in carbon monoxide levels on the West Coast are all based on the same set of data from NASA’s GEOS-5 software. While this uptick (if legitimate and not a data fluke) could be attributed to a number of factors, no major geological organizations in the United States or Canada have issued any warnings about it.

Many of the web sites claiming that an earthquake was imminent pointed to a February 2010 articlein Nature Asia, which paraphrased an academic paper published by geophysicist Ramesh Singh (et al) to explain how carbon monoxide levels rose just before a 7.6 magnitude earthquake in western India in 2001:


Links:
1) http://www.natureasia.com/en/nindia/a
2) http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/
3) http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/
4) Thumbnail image – Wikimedia commons images.
San Francisco California
https://www.google.gr/search?q=Califo

Published on Feb 27, 2016

Major Carbon Monoxide Explosion !!!
http://earth.nullschool.net/#current/…

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