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BANGKOK 19 July 2019 07:37
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Bangkok Air: How pollution affects our health and what to do about it

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8 minutes ago, PremiumLane said:

(6) abolish capitalism 

 

there we go, fixed it for you  

Sure, let’s get back to rural farming ... and burning season.

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I wonder if the author of the article, Tina Haskins Chadha, is still in Bangkok or did she leave?  Due to the ever increasing poor air quality in Bangkok as well as the rest of Thailand I'm really thinking of not living in Thailand anymore.  

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14 hours ago, AlexRich said:

Sure, let’s get back to rural farming ... and burning season.

nice false dichotomy there 🙂 

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15 hours ago, PremiumLane said:

(6) abolish capitalism 

 

there we go, fixed it for you  

Ooh, you are awful!

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15 hours ago, PremiumLane said:

(6) abolish capitalism 

 

there we go, fixed it for you  

Yep. That will fix everything. 

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The picture is misleading as usual. Why can't these tree huggers actually put facts forward instead of sensationalism and just showing how ignorant they are? What is rising in the picture is steam or water vapour. Not polluting at all.

 

Instead of putting stupid misinformed pictures like this in the media put correct ones where the world does need to clean up. There are many. 

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I have rhinitis a nose allergy...i actualy find it a lot better over all in BKK than Melbourne.

 

 

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Air pollution probably causes sickness, sickness can usually be treated. Business folks, just business. Of course double pricing for falangs. I'm expecting a chest x-ray will soon be needed for extensions.

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to add sarcasm.

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7 hours ago, IAMHERE said:

Air pollution probably causes sickness, sickness can usually be treated. Business folks, just business. Of course double pricing for falangs. I'm expecting a chest x-ray will soon be needed for extensions.

many countries want a chest x ray for a visa, I'm probably gonna get cancer in the future just from x rays.

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On 5/21/2019 at 4:44 AM, PremiumLane said:

nice false dichotomy there 🙂 

thank you ... we aim to please

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On 5/21/2019 at 5:49 AM, Snow Leopard said:

The picture is misleading as usual. Why can't these tree huggers actually put facts forward instead of sensationalism and just showing how ignorant they are? What is rising in the picture is steam or water vapour. Not polluting at all.

 

Instead of putting stupid misinformed pictures like this in the media put correct ones where the world does need to clean up. There are many. 

 

I've no idea about the picture ... but the premise that air pollution is seriously bad for your health is valid.

 

 

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22 hours ago, AlexRRR said:

I have rhinitis a nose allergy...i actualy find it a lot better over all in BKK than Melbourne.

 

 

From a Sydney lad, anywhere is better than Melbourne  :bah: :sorry:

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1 hour ago, monkeycu said:

From a Sydney lad, anywhere is better than Melbourne  :bah: :sorry:

 

Having been to Sydney a number of times i cant fathom how you came to that conclusion.....Even Adeliade is better than Sydney...sorry...

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