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NASA: Ozone Hole Is Now The Smallest On Record

Mac Slavo
October 22nd, 2019
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NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, says that Earth’s ozone hole is now the smallest it’s been since it’s discovery. Abnormally warm weather patterns in the upper atmosphere over Antarctica dramatically limited ozone depletion in September and October 2019, resulting in the smallest ozone hole since 1982, NASA and NOAA scientists reported.

NASA says the hole is smaller due to a “rare event.” That rare event is warmer weather patterns in the upper atmosphere over Antarctica and we constantly being told that warming is all manmade “climate change.” “It’s a rare event that we’re still trying to understand,” said Susan Strahan, an atmospheric scientist. “If the warming hadn’t happened, we’d likely be looking at a much more typical ozone hole.”

The ozone layer is approximately 7 to 25 miles above the Earth’s surface and acts as a “sunscreen” for the planet, NASA added. It keeps out harmful ultraviolet radiation from the Sun that has been linked to skin cancer, cataracts, immune system suppression and can also cause damage to plants.

The government agencysaid that the hole had shrunk to 3.9 million square miles for the remainder of September and October, according to satellite data. The peak in the hole was 6.3 million square miles, observed on Sept. 8. During normal weather conditions, the hole is usually around 8 million square miles during this time of year. -Fox News

“It’s great news for ozone in the Southern Hemisphere,” said Paul Newman, chief scientist for Earth Sciences at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in a statement on NASA’s website. “But it’s important to recognize that what we’re seeing this year is due to warmer stratospheric temperatures. It’s not a sign that atmospheric ozone is suddenly on a fast track to recovery.”

Experts tend to agree that the Antarctic ozone will recover back to levels seen in 1980 around 2070 thanks to the Montreal Protocol. The 1987 Montreal Protocol was enacted after scientists found a hole in the ozone over Antarctica and Australia in 1985. It was enacted by the United Nations Environment Program. Former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said it was “[p]erhaps the single most successful international agreement to date” and it has been widely regarded as successful, with the ozone continuing to recover each year.

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Author: Mac Slavo
Date: October 22nd, 2019
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  1. Plan twice, prep once says:

    There is a cycle between the two polar ice caps. The ozone layer is part of it. One grows one shrinks, and VS. VS.

    Turns out Clorine ions are far more detrimental to the ozone layer than are fluorocarbons, as in 1970 aerosol deoderant sprays. How do Chlorine ions get into the atmosphere? Yes when salt water waves break on all the beaches of all the worlds oceans…. Hurricanes, storms etc. turns out it’s millions of times more powerful than aerosol deodorant. Ocean salinity is the key here, or is it?

    So why did the US EPA lie to the entire world. Turns out making freon 12 for refrigerators or deodorant produced very nasty waste chemicals that were incredibly long lasting and very toxic to humans. The EPA tried to control the waste, but the manufacturers just built plants in third world countries where US EPA had no jurisdiction.

    The solution! Create a world wide scare, that freon-12 would destroy planet earth, by destroying the ozone layer. Yeah it was a lie. This I know from a face to face conversation with a highly placed EPA official, who is likely dead now from old age. He was on the inside of this whole thing.

    This was a case of government beau rats doing the right thing. The disaster in Bapal India is directly related to this.

    The issue is, it created a template for the creation of a deep state that would try to one day…. 2016…. Try to take control of America through a coup.

    And here we are.

  2. Anonymous says:

    The Bronfman family of Canada’s Segram whiskey bought 24% of DuPont back in 1981 and then started the Hole In The Ozone Hoax. DuPont had created a substitute for CFC refrigerant and the Bronfmans wanted to have all refrigeration machines worldwide replaced with the new refrigerant. They made billions off of the hoax.

    • llort says:

      Sounds like another hole-a-hoax.

      Hahahahaha…I kill myself…

      Since even formerly approved commenters go into moderation, there is no advantage to using the same login handle. I think I’ll change mine every login and just troll the site.

  3. llort says:

    Sounds like another hole-a-hoax. Did they make six garillions?

    Hahahaha…I kill myself…

    Since even previously approved commenters go into moderation, there is no advantage to using the same login every time. I think I’ll use a new one every time and just troll the comments from now on.

  4. Archivist says:

    It was never a problem. It doesn’t matter how much ultraviolet light comes through the hole, as it’s over Antarctica. We don’t live there, so it won’t affect us.