Hundreds of my viewers have contacted me regarding a large sudden (and strange ) Carbon Monoxide gas eruption across the West Coast of the United States.

I’ve got a full video processing up now which should be out in a few hours.  Until then, this text update will have to suffice :)

If you haven’t yet heard the news, on the night of February 25th, and throughout the day on February 26th, a large release of CO (Carbon Monoxide) gas was detected along with elevated levels of SO2 (sulfur dioxide) across a vast area of the West coast of the United States.

Original link here:


carbon monoxide west coast california february 26 2016


As it turns out, the readings are indeed accurate (not an anomaly), we know this due to the fact that the gas has spread out over the past 5 days since the event occurred on February 25th into 26th.

Over the course of 5 days since the event occurred, the gas spread Eastward towards the midwest United States, following actual measured wind currents – proving a gas was indeed detected – proving the gas is moving with the prevailing surface winds.

Here is a screenshot of the gas 1 day after the release, fanning out across the areas to the East as the wind carried the gas towards the Rocky Mountains.

carbon monoxide west coast california february 27 2016


The next day, on February 28th, after the gas reached the Rocky Mountains, it then further spread out across the Midwest United States — again following prevailing wind currents.

The progression of the gas is obvious.

carbon monoxide west coast california february 28 2016


By day three, on February 29th, the gas has reached the low pressure system over the Northern United States, and is quickly mixed with heavy winds – dissipating the gas towards the East Coast of the US.

carbon monoxide west coast california february 29 2016

Source: http://dutchsinse.com

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