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Conditions show 5 feet distances/ Carbon Monoxide


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Yeah.. since CO has a 200 times higher affinity to bind to hemoglobin than O2 and a 0.1% CO concentration in the air in your lungs is enough to reduce O2 transport in your blood by 50%, I'd say everyone's pretty dead way before the end of the first hour alotted in the rules for one period.

 

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If your reading of the rules contradict your assumed dosage, clearly your assumed dosage isn’t what the rules are presenting.

Carbon monoxide poisoning certainly can be quick and deadly, but it can also be slow and insidious, with people hospitalized after literally days to *weeks* of long-term, low-dose exposure.

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