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Nice map of my new home town:

Cancer risk from air pollution
(Seattle Times)

And the article:

Where the worst air is
(Warren Cornwall and Justin Mayo, Seattle Times)

The huge red cranes at the Port of Seattle aren't even visible from here. But it's what's invisible that's the problem. The air in this part of Seattle, some of it wafting from mammoth cargo ships idling at the port, is some of the unhealthiest in the state and the entire nation.
You can definately tell the difference day to day. Sometimes it is crystal clear and you can see the mountains and it is absolutely beautiful. Other days the haze is thick and you can't see across the water. And yet more of the time, it is raining, so you can't see anything anyway. :-)

Abulsme - Thu, 23 Feb 2006, 10:34:29 PST


Barely breathable air vs stupid people...hard choice.

I tink I would rather asphyxiate.

Posted by: Brandy on Thu, 23 Feb 2006, 12:03:27 PST

I haven't had any problem breathing yet!

Posted by: Abulsme on Wed, 22 Mar 2006, 21:11:35 PST

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