Posted BY: Teresa | NwoReport
In the aftermath of the disastrous Norfolk Southern train derailment and “controlled explosion” that occurred in East Palestine, Ohio, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Air Resources Lab modeled the atmospheric distribution of particles from the disaster area in a series of images. However, those images have since strangely disappeared from the agency’s original article about them, leaving many asking questions about what is really going on here.
Initially, there were two HYSPLIT models contained in the NOAA article that showed where the dioxin fumes from the disaster were likely to spread in the days following. One showed the particulates traveling up through Pennsylvania and New York into Canada while the other showed them traveling down through West Virginia and Virginia.
(Related: The East Palestine wreck is believed to have created the largest dioxin plume in world history.)
Those images, which you can still view here, are now gone from the original article for some unknown reason. And internet users everywhere want to know what happened and why.
The following video also shows those HYSPLIT images and an air dispersion model from the first four days of the catastrophe: