mushroom above the valley
Photos by Iván
Mazo. Cambia a español.
Peru – Our
story of claims from La
because of alleged
pollution caused by sugarcane stubble burning
faced us to a detail we had dismissed: the smoke in the atmosphere
does not know about borderlines.
2015, engineer Ivan Mazo came back his home in Nuevo Amanecer Acres,
located in Sullana (pronounce “Soojana”) Metro Area’s
South limit, when he saw a clod in the sky acting unusual: it grew
fastly and blurred the 5 pm.-Sun quicly, in the middle of Austral
he got away more throughout the South of the city, he saw the cloud
raising like a mushroom, typical pattern of a steam massive spreading
in a nuclear or volcanic explosion either. The case is any of both
happen in tis part of the world.
he was 9 km away downtown and watching toward West, he realised the
smoke screen raised from the soil in the vanishing point considering
his visual perspective. Is it proof of sugarcane stubble burning
affecting the sky of Chira Valley?
most probable explanation of how the smoke could travel about 20 km
to the East is because during the day along the South Pacific coast,
trends to pull the wind toward Andean
and as Piura
has a much larger coast strip, it can spread it much far almost
above the soil surface until it becomes less dense and lifts up, but
as altitude increases, cold air is still denser then it creates the
we were verifying these Pictures, we have found many eyewitnesses who
accredit the phenomenon shown here but they did not pay it attention
neither shot it. Actually, this mushroom has been the first what
travelers have seen while they approached to Sullana from the South.
Facing those evidences, will it be thinking La Huaca conflict only
locks inside its borderlines?
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