A twitter account Intelwave posted the following:
“Data from http://windy.com shows a massive release of sulfur dioxide gas from the outskirts of Wuhan, commonly associated with the burning of organic matters.
Current SO₂ levels are extremely elevated, at 1700ug/m^3, where 80ug/m^3 is considered dangerously high.
Poster extrapolated from the SO2 release data and estimated 14,000 bodies would have to be burned to reach this level of emissions.”
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Source: Twitter, February 8, 2020
Data from https://t.co/oDMad8pquE 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. pic.twitter.com/XgBfJd7dDS
— IИГЭLШДБЭ ☢️ (@inteldotwav) February 8, 2020