« on: 04/03/2016 20:02:34 »
Like a meth addict's skin where the blood vessels are dead on the top layers.
The vasculopathy (and consequent ischemia => necrosis ) is not limited to their skin : "meth" causes systemic vascular disease.
Self-inflicted injuries due to formication would be limited to "top layers" of skin.
Generally anaemia would be a more common cause of people looking ghostly-pale, rather than drug abuse ... http://www.who.int/vmnis/anaemia/prevalence/summary/anaemia_data_status_t2/en/
Specifically what chemicals in gas, water, or dust can cause this? Any water additives/contaminants found in supplies? What about acoustic energy?