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What exactly does SO2 have to do with cremations.
As if that ain't bad enough the entire country of China resides in smog pollution, to somehow pick-out a trace gas from expected mass cremations is almost comical. Coal fired power plants spit out exponentially greater SO2 emissions than any numbers of BBQ'd chinks
 

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Not picking on OP for post but rather the subject:

What exactly does SO2 have to do with cremations.
As if that ain't bad enough the entire country of China resides in smog pollution, to somehow pick-out a trace gas from expected mass cremations is almost comical. Coal fired power plants spit out exponentially greater SO2 emissions than any numbers of BBQ'd chinks
From the article. Read as speculation as i see it but interesting.

Intelewave on Sunday shared an image on Twitter showing sulfur dioxide levels soaring to 1700ug/m^3 on a map of Wuhan on Windy.com, far above the danger level of 80ug/m^3. Intelewave listed a few possible explanations for this increase in emissions, with the first being a power plant.

However, none of China's numerous other power plants were seen emitting such large numbers that day. The second possibility proposed was the burning of refuse and animal carcasses, but the author questioned why such burning would be taking place as opposed to the standard practice of burying garbage.

The third possibility proposed was that: "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." One netizen even calculated that it would take the burning of 14,000 bodies to reach such a high level of SO2.

According to the Department of Public Health of the U.S. state of Georgia, crematories release a wide variety of chemicals besides SO2, such as "mercury, dioxin, hydrochloric acid, nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide, and dioxins." Twitter user Vet Watching pointed out that the elevated SO2 levels could also be explained by the burning of tons of contaminated medical waste.
 

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Last night they had some anonymous Chinese official speaking on a Dallas-area radio talk show who stated that the consumption of bats and those anteater-looking creatures - the two animals they suspect of harboring the Coronavirus - hasn't dropped even a fraction of a percent. Apparently Chinese people would rather risk getting sick than give up their cultural habits.
 

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Last night they had some anonymous Chinese official speaking on a Dallas-area radio talk show who stated that the consumption of bats and those anteater-looking creatures - the two animals they suspect of harboring the Coronavirus - hasn't dropped even a fraction of a percent. Apparently Chinese people would rather risk getting sick than give up their cultural habits.
I would guess that they are poor and starving, eating whatever is available to them. You know, the Socialist way..
 

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I have nothing against them doing that.
It's the safest thing to do.
I'm against cremation, it's a war thing, but if me or mine died from a disease like that, I would not hesitate to do what's best for the country!!

Of course if the commies didn't lie & try to hide all this when discovered,
the world would have helped them and all the people wouldn't have to suffer & die!!!

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What exactly does SO2 have to do with cremations.
Good question, I just posted a article I ran across. I went to the windy.com website and adjusted the colored viewing scale in order to see the higher S02 emssions by some instructions I found online. I could see the higher S02 but it was also in other parts of China, so as the article states, it could be coal or other organic materials. Who knows?
 
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