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Dave 1 year ago
That shows that smog and pollution is a problem that definitely could be at least reduced or even solved.
But politicians are not more than puppets. Nothing will change. vomit
       
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Teeny 1 year ago
#1 OK, I live in L.A. and I can basically see that view from my backyard. That is complete Bravo Sierra. Right now the haze covers everything. I can barely see the mountains and a few buildings in the South Bay. It ALWAYS clears like that after storms and when the Santa Anas blow for a few days.
       
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CookieDevourer 1 year ago
Teeny,

same thing where I live. Local papers were showing how beautiful it is outside when cars are not polluting the air. They used pictures from late fall days vs sunny days and praised that we should all ditch petrol cars at one
       
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Kenna 1 year ago
Teeny, when I'm visting LA from eastern and cross the mountains, there is a damn huge smog cloud only over the city. and this is a lot of times. I wonder if it is there now. Definitely not the normal smog and most def also not visible every day. But I was shocked how dense the smog is on certain days.
       
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Kenna 1 year ago
Kenna,

*east.
       
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Limited 1 year ago
so weather conditions does not exist?
       
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Sceeter 1 year ago
They figured that NOx didn´t get better in German cities like Stuttgart (you know where Porsche is based). But we have to trust "science"..
Well science isn´t the problem.
       
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Theodosius 1 year ago
Venice pic is the lie, i go to venice 3 x a year and never see this politikom, sky is Always Blue and this post is bullsh#t
       
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Billy 1 year ago
to whomever posted this, in the words of my generation "up yours"~!
       
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The India Gate War Memorial, New Delhi, India

The India Gate war memorial in New Delhi, India, is pictured on October 17, 2019 (above) and on April 8, 2020 after a 21-day nationwide lockdown (below). Reuters reports that New Delhi is having "the longest spell of clean air on record."

 

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