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Muscovites complain of bad smell in the city. Toxic substance
11-10-2014, 06:29 PM #1
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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en-gb"><p>Muscovites complain of bad smell in the city. very strong smell of gas. <a href="https://*.co/bwcSBsbVAf">https://*.co/bwcSBsbVAf</a></p>&mdash; Nigel Beardsley (@NigelLondon2014) <a href="https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014/status/531827132276555776">November 10, 2014</a></blockquote>

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en-gb"><p>Poison mist in Kozhukhovo! <a href="https://*.co/ADx4yJLsOS">https://*.co/ADx4yJLsOS</a></p>&mdash; Nigel Beardsley (@NigelLondon2014) <a href="https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014/status/531830196546965505">November 10, 2014</a></blockquote>

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11-10-2014, 06:59 PM #2
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11-10-2014, 07:57 PM #3
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Well this could be something. I just found this!

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“Moscow city stands on the top of the giant ancient volcano”, says scientist, “we call often Moscow – the city on the seven hills (as well Rome and some other cities) but just a few know that those seven hill actually are the ancient volcano structure.

http://englishrussia.com/2009/01/19/anci...ow-russia/

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11-10-2014, 08:01 PM #4
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I am in contact with a Moscow resident and have his permission to post his comments here.

Quote:I do hope some heads will roll for exposing our capital for such a thing. Won't get my hopes up too high though. This system is highly corrupt. Usually they find a lower-ranking scapegoat to blame everything on. Another issue is all this secrecy as well as misinformation given.

Any good advice besides wet rags to help neutralize Hydrogen Sulfide with the harmful effects it has on our bodies would be greatly appreciated! We do live in a dip, so I would guess there will be a higher concentration of this poison here. Just look at that video though, it was shot from a high-rise apartment building and you can see this deadly fog go up what, ten floors?!

It may be written off as a viral cold as they usually do here, but I am telling you this release will surely have a very adverse effect on the health of our general populace. The only thing that could warm my heart in such a situation is that Mid to High-Level functionaries will be sure to note this gas as well. I doubt they sought shelter in bunkers today.

Mister Putin is abroad in China right now, but I do hope his Environment Minister got a good dose of H2S! Maybe it will help him reconsider having Misc. factories as well as refineries within Moscow's borders! I don't want my city to turn into another Beijing! By the way even in Beijing for the international summit they shut down all the factories and car traffic to get a semblance of clear, blue skies!

Another prospect I worry about is the sour, acid rains that will surely follow. Stripping our forests for plant life as well as poisoning our water / fishing reservoirs. We have wonderful ducks in a small lake nearby, I'd hate to see them go. I am usually not this "green", but it's hard to stay neutral when you know all of this will have a hugely compounded negative effect down the line.

Sulfuric Acid ruins your water, plants, hair, as well as any clothes people have hanging outside. My tomatoes are in, figuratively. They were harvested in early September. A couple of 200mg Ibuprofen pills for my headache, and I should be good to go to keep on top of this.

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11-10-2014, 08:03 PM #5
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Has another Nazi mass grave of murdered Jews and Gypsies and Russians been unearthed?!
11-10-2014, 08:14 PM #6
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Quote:I am more worried about my elderly relative and a post-operative care asthmatic child I am aware of in Moscow. They as well as the poor, elderly and homeless people in Moscow road underpasses (they seek shelter there most of the times) could use our warmest of thoughts.

Moscow implemented air conditioned public rooms where elderly people (who could get to the few centers) as well as children and the sick ones could seek shelter when the summer is hot and the peat bogs are burning.

I don't think they function outside summertime, or that their Air Conditioning units will be very effective in filtering out the poison gases blanketing our Capital. Still nobody wants to be responsible and people are still reporting of sulfur smell, falling ill.

Official Emergency Services responsible for such things are now telling of a spill due to a scrubber malfunction. Filtering out all the information and keeping only the current one is quite the task.

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11-10-2014, 08:47 PM #7
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"In Moscow, opened a portal to hell!"

In the capital, there was an emission of toxic substances into the atmosphere

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On Monday, November 10 residents of the center, east and south-east of Moscow felt the smell of hydrogen sulfide. The first alarm sounded in Lublin. According to some reports, there are several people sought medical attention complaining of a headache. Later, environmental monitoring stations recorded an excess of hydrogen sulfide and styrene in the air. The reason was the release of chemicals, but the source of contamination to establish without delay failed. The monitoring group of experts focused on the Moscow refinery Kapotna.

Excess hydrogen sulfide and styrene in the air were recorded in the Lublin region, Izmailovo and Kosino Ukhtomsky. "In the coming days the weather conditions remain conducive to the dispersal of emissions in the atmosphere," - said experts Mosekomonitoring. In the area of environmental Kozhukhovo recorded excess styrene content in the atmosphere is 2.5 times.

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If the concentration of chemicals environmentalists determined accurately enough, the source of contamination to establish without delay failed. First, the MOE stated that the chemical industry could cause a smell of hydrogen sulfide, since no accidents at these sites in the capital were recorded. Experts started to check several companies, in particular, the Moscow oil refinery, situated in the district Kapotnya, Lublin treatment plant.

"The cause of odor in certain areas of Moscow - failure reprocessing of hydrogen sulfide in the Moscow refinery," - said the first deputy head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia in Moscow, Yuri Akimov.

At the same time, "Gazprom oil" - the owner of the refinery - denied the information about the accident. "The plant is operating normally, according to the production plan. At present, according to the plant's own laboratory, gas rescue squad and the gas control stations located in the buffer zone of the refinery, excess levels of maximum allowable concentrations of hydrogen sulfide were detected. MOR continues to monitor the environment within the sanitary protection zone of the plant in real time ", - stated in the message.

Environmentalists say that the toxicity of hydrogen sulfide and styrene may negatively affect the health of citizens. The coordinator of the program of the Russian branch of toxic "Greenpeace" Alexander Tsygankov noticed in conversation with "Lentoy.ru" that intoxication can cause severe headaches, nausea, vomiting.

http://lenta.ru/articles/2014/11/10/moscowhell/

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11-10-2014, 09:39 PM #8
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I'd stay indoors.
11-10-2014, 09:59 PM #9
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Quote:Yeah, a minor power outage here. Probably the nearby construction site bothering the 6KV cables again. Took the off time to go and check up on my kitties. They seem very sleepy, as does my sick relative.

Is drowsiness part of stress, or Sulfur poisoning I wonder? Perhaps I am imagining things, I would think they would sound the alarms if it was really serious by now.

Meanwhile our news "City FM" reported that "RosHydroMet", our MetOffice had stated that this sulfur smell will linger above Moscow until the end of Tuesday. News are coming in that our consumer protection ministry / agency has started a civil case from the fact of this "spillage". Poor Muscovites, we could really use your warm thoughts now.

The sulfides concentration is ten times above nominal "safe" values now. First it was nothing, then they said "minor values above normal", then "twice the normal amounts" and now the Sulfur values are ten times larger! Along with the carcino-/muta-genic Styrene and Formaldehyde. Something must have gone really FUBAR for those to be detected I think.

This "City FM" had a journalist smelling the air outside the Refinery. When they really should save the scrubber logs now, to prevent tampering. Keep in mind that the gas plume from the Refinery pipes will fall down away from the spillage site itself.

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11-10-2014, 10:47 PM #10
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Quote:I cannot smell it anymore, not packing yet. The Officials are now stating that the Refinery scrubber was out of commission and could not have broken down. They are now checking other industrial areas using Sulfur in their process. Darn this (mis)information! Even I am getting confused to what really happened.

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11-11-2014, 03:49 PM #11
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This is how Putin rolls

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11-11-2014, 03:53 PM #12
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(11-11-2014, 03:49 PM)Shadow Wrote:  This is how Putin rolls

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11-11-2014, 04:06 PM #13
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Like obviously some things never change the royal bloodline elites must be protected...

But at least adolf hitler wasnt afraid of being shot or blown up like you know whotin...

Knowing how there were millons of people with millions of guns all around hitler...

I seriously dont think very many people wanted to or dared to try and kill him...

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