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BANGKOK 19 February 2019 19:54
Allen Ginsing

When will the haze subside?

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Air quality in Hat Yai is good, sunny and a nice breeze.

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On 2/12/2018 at 11:12 PM, masuk said:

Don't forget that a large percentage of this smoke apparently comes from burning rice and corn residue.  Both crops would have been given regular doses of insecticide, so guess what we're breathing now?

my point about the farmers exactly.  but insecticides ok some will be in a worse state after in proper combustion but, still I don't understand is it their own people they want to lie to or is it the rest of the world?

reminds me of the expression don't thai to me

I guess it is international

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I can only refer to BKK but, in 30 years, I've never seen the city so 'hazy'. There's no doubt in my mind this is car pollution.

 

While we've been enjoying an exceptionally long cool season, i wonder if the cool temperatures are causing an inversion which traps all that pollution.

 

P.S. Happy V.D. to all!

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On 2/14/2018 at 3:45 PM, unblocktheplanet said:

I can only refer to BKK but, in 30 years, I've never seen the city so 'hazy'. There's no doubt in my mind this is car pollution.

 

While we've been enjoying an exceptionally long cool season, i wonder if the cool temperatures are causing an inversion which traps all that pollution.

 

P.S. Happy V.D. to all!

it is cars as well.

 But if you look at those independents wot monitor the air condition it appears burning stuff is the major cause

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On 2/13/2018 at 7:00 AM, 3stan said:

Wanted to quote the gentleman's post about hua hin being 'clear'...but not sure how does one import a quote to response...?

Go to the post, underneath you will see this :

 

Quote  Edit  Options  

 

Click on quote then post your message underneath as I have done.

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On 2/18/2018 at 6:39 AM, Ron19 said:

Go to the post, underneath you will see this :

 

Quote  Edit  Options  

 

Click on quote then post your message underneath as I have done.

Got it, Thanks!

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