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The readings cannot be an “error” due to the fact that whatever was actually detected 5 days ago SPREAD OUT into the midwest – following prevailing wind currents.
How can “nothing” or an “error” then spread out over multiple days and new data sets from the GFS? Obviously something is being detected as Carbon Monoxide, and spreading out over multiple days.
Over the course of 5 days since the event occurred, the gas spread Eastward towards the midwest United States, following actual measured wind currents – proving a gas was indeed detected – proving the gas is moving with the prevailing surface winds.