About the ongoing air pollution phenomenon in Singapore, the Straits Times reports:
The 24-hour average concentration of PM2.5, which is very fine particulate matter, was 232-292.
That 24-hour average level is 6.6 to 8.3 times the 1-hour level that violates EPA 24-hour standards!
An “expert” from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine claims the death rate from PM2.5 increases 20 percent per 10 micrograms/cubic meter.
If true, we should see the daily death toll in Singapore increase five times (5x).
Show us the bodies, somebody!