250 million people live east of the Mississippi. 2 million gallons of vinyl chloride (VC) might have something to say about that; if you are there, LEAVE!; Eastern seaboard can be possibly wiped out!

by Paul Alexander

I include 2 major documents on the disaster facing Americans with the vinyl chloride release and it is very serious...Adam Gaertner, huge praise to you! Is Adam overstating risk? Maybe not!

First, see this report on residents of Paulsboro, New Jersey, who suffered vinyl chloride injuries back in 2012 from a train derailment.


https://www.state.nj.us/health/ceohs/documents/eohap/haz_sites/gloucester/train_derail/survey_report.pdfhttps://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/emres/pdfs/TechAssistRptEPRO.pdf

‘Shortly after responders arrived on scene, they reported seeing a “cloud of fog” that hovered over the area. Initially, after identifying the “fog” as vinyl chloride, a shelter-in-place order was implemented for residents within a half mile of the incident. Vinyl chloride is peroxidizable, and forms explosive polymeric peroxides in the air [Bretherick 1979], which caused concern that residents starting their vehicles might ignite the vinyl chloride. Around 4:00 p.m. on November 30, UC reported an acute increase in ambient air vinyl chloride levels, thought to be related to changing weather conditions. An evacuation of residents in the immediate area was ordered. Vinyl chloride is a colorless gas with a mild, sweet odor that is used to make polyvinyl chloride for production of plastic goods.

Vinyl chloride is an acute respiratory irritant and neurotoxin. Neurological symptoms associated with vinyl chloride exposure include headache, drowsiness, and dizziness. Although studies have revealed that chronic occupational exposures can result in liver damage, accumulation of fat in the liver, tumors (including angiosarcoma of the liver), and death of liver cells [ATSDR 2006], acute exposures have not been well studied.’

 

https://www.state.nj.us/health/ceohs/documents/eohap/haz_sites/gloucester/train_derail/survey_report.pdfhttps://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/emres/pdfs/TechAssistRptEPRO.pdf

Now to Adam Gaertner’s substack:

‘I’ve waited as long as I can, in good conscience, to gather evidence and to write this. I fully understand what I’m saying, and that 99% of people either can’t leave, or want to wait for more information, or just generally refuse to believe something of this scale could ever happen here. Not to mention that there’s absolutely no way this article will reach everybody that needs to hear it. I can scarcely believe I’m writing this, and I have been praying to be wrong. I really, really hope that I am wrong, but I do not think so. The authorities sure aren’t going to tell us the truth about any of it.

So, for those of you who are inclined to take it seriously, or aren’t quite sure yet, read on for the data and events thus far, share this with anybody you care about, and if you are in the affected area - that is, anywhere east of the Mississippi - LEAVE.’

See this substack by Adam Gaertner on this disaster and below, see this

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URGENT: For Everyone East of the Mississippi
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