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5 Degrees of SLC's Inversion

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There’s been a lot of chatter about what should be done, who’s to blame and whether or not this “inversion” stuff is even that bad. So, to help clear the air, let’s see if we can connect a few things we already know shouldn’t be inhaled with SLC's noxious air problem. It's time for a raspy game of 5 Degrees of SLC's Inversion...---

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