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wolfmuc

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  1. Excellent statement, mrmillersr. And it's not only Chiang Mai. Depending on the time of the year and the wind directions the entire north is concerned, or the northeast or Greater Bangkok. When Indonesia is burning then the south of Thailand is in big trouble too. So, also speaking to Mr Gweiloman, there is not so much green on this map (Berkeley Earth):
  2. Yesterday morning north of Phrae we 'had' inside 275, outside 334. Today only 120/130. - PM2.5 - Wonderful to breathe. Healthy <100? I'm very happy now at 9.30 PM with 56. The OP: 'PM2.5 – airborne particulates 2.5 microns or less in diameter – reached 102 micrograms per cubic metre of air in Phrae Monday morning and the Air Quality Index (AQI) level was 212, while PM10 hit 132 micrograms, according to the Pollution Control Department (PCD). The safe limits set in Thailand are 100 for AQI, 50 micrograms for PM2.5 and 100 micrograms for PM10. ' This nonsense has got much more readers: Poll: Thais want better living standards Big Joke: Swedes arrested after quarter of a billion baht money laundering operation Police look to clamp down on Valentine fun So what, if you don't have good air to breathe you'll have to die, sooner or later. Good Luck.
  3. I hope you noticed the good weather in your area. Thanks to the wind. In Lampoon, Phrae, DenChai, Nan not so good. Please, watch the numbers especially at Lampang. Not far away from Lampang there is a lignite fired power plant, Mae Moh. And there is very bad air, all around. Almost all of the time. Worse than Bangkok.
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