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    https://mobile.twitter.com/krislc/st...87753496555521

    Report suggests nothing to fear at CUHK for now. Does anyone know exactly why they won’t disclose what exactly is the composition of their tear gas? Trying to understand if they have a valid reason or they are just trying to smoke us (and the cover up is worse than the crime).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthieuTofu
    How are they making these map dispersal projections? How many samples? Tested where? Did someone go out to places like Tap Mun and get samples? HK Island uneffected? Like to know the methodology behind those maps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornmeal
    How are they making these map dispersal projections? How many samples? Tested where? Did someone go out to places like Tap Mun and get samples? HK Island uneffected? Like to know the methodology behind those maps!
    These are based on the responses to the survey conducted last week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthieuTofu
    These are based on the responses to the survey conducted last week.
    Survey appears to be offline but how they created that map from survey responses makes little sense. It seems overly simplified and exaggerated. Map implies the gas has wide ranging geographical effects (i.e. it travels far from it's point of origin) while a survey would only be able to tell us where the people live who believe they've been affected by the gas.

    A survey can't determine where the contact took place or source of the irritants are but it may help indicate areas that need testing.

    Wish we could get some solid answers to tge TG issue.

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    RTHK news reported that the HA public hospitals are full (again) with winter flu cases, so that will increase the ridiculously long waiting lists


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    This Reuters image taken last month would go extremely well with this slogan the Hong Kong tourism board came up in 2003 during SARS:

    Hong Kong will take your breath away...


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