Satellite Data Shows Atmospheric Signs of Wuhan Mass Cremation Emissions, Burning of Bodies
A popular climate website utilizing satellite analysis of atmospheric composition shows a massive spike in the emission of gases scientifically associated with the burning of organic materials, including human bodies.
Atmospheric spectrometry published on the website, www.windy.com shows concentrations of sulfur dioxide in and around Wuhan, China, the epicenter of the novel coronovirus outbreak that has killed tens of thousands and has infected nearly a million more in mainland China. The website shows a dramatic “hotspot” pattern of sulfur dioxide emissions commonly associated with the burning of organic materials that can include plant and animal matter and or the disposal of human remains.
The satellite atmospheric findings are in line with on site observations and phots by people in Wuhan who have noted thick smoke enveloping the city, despite the idling of all forms of transportation and heavy industry as part of the lockdown and quarantine of the city’s population.
Independent reports from sources on mainland China have alleged nearly continuous operation of crematory facillities and the incineration of coronavirus victims, including those who were scooped up in dragnets and executed, rather than dying by natural causes and progression of the illness.
While China’s government has worked assiduously to minimize the scope of the outbreak, containment measures taken and leaked reports from inside that quarantine zone including more than 250,000,000 people paint a very different picture than the official narrative.
Photos released in recent days show the forcible removal of citizens from their apartments by crews in hazmat suits and tragically, the attempts by people locked away in high rise apartment buildings to escape quarantine in order to access essential supplies like food, water, medication or contact with family.
Photos released Monday showed a woman attempting to crawl down the outside of a 30-story apartment building, only to lose her footing and fall an estimated 14 stories to her death on the pavement below.
While China’s health ministry has predictably published figures showing fewer than 1,000 deaths from the outbreak, leaked figures from the Chinese health ministry at the beginning of February show more than 24,000 people had already died at that point in the outbreak and more than 154,000 had been confirmed to have contracted the novel coronavirus.