The Killer Smog By: timmy fox

The killer smog is now invading the U.S. thanks to these three things including a house furnace, a gas-car, and cigarettes. Allow me to explain.

Most people in the eastern side of the U.S. use a house furnace to heat their house up. But what they don't realize is that in a house furnace, there is fire. Fire lets off a smoke which causes pollution to get into the air. Once pollution is in the air, it forms the killer smog.

Another thing is a gas-car. The gas-car uses an engine to power the car. But to power the engine, you need gas. "What does gas do after it gets absorbed and used by the engine?" you ask. Well after the gas gets used by the engine, the engine turns the gas into electricity leaving a liquid water behind. Then the water gets evaporated into a smoke that comes out as pollution which makes the killer smog.

Cigarettes create a smoke that turns into pollution. Pollution makes the killer smog.

Thanks for sticking around. And always think before you do, and be careful:)

Credits:

Created with images by misterfarmer - "big city los angeles smog" • kiwanja - "Smog in LA: 23/12/06" • misterfarmer - "big city los angeles smog" • Alexas_Fotos - "cigarette smoke embers" • jasongillman - "thumbs up hand thumb"

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