Posted by: Grant | October 14, 2011

The Previous “Big Lie” Resurected.

“The-hole-in-the-ozone-layer” is a perfectly normal natural phenomena, which was blamed on humans with psuedo-science that, like the “Causes-all-the-bad-weather” theory, they just made up as they went along.

As Dr Ball points out –
“Ozone is created by photo-disassociation, which occurs when ultraviolet (UV) radiation hits and divides oxygen (O2) molecules into single oxygen (O) atoms. These rapidly combine in threes to create ozone (O3).”

Now, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to realise that the Antarctic and Arctic are very cold because they recieve very little sunlight and very little sunlight means very little ultra-violet radiation and thus very little ozone – DURH!

We changed the entire Earth’s refrigerant gas at huge cost for nothing with the Montreal Protocol, which has had no observable effect at all.

Holes in the Recent Arctic Ozone Hole Story
by Dr. Tim Ball on October 10, 2011

” …A recent Canadian story identifies a hole in the Arctic ozone. How can this be? Wasn’t the problem identified and resolved with the 1987 international agreement, the Montréal Protocol? A 2003 report says
“The rate at which ozone is being destroyed in the upper stratosphere is slowing, and the levels of ozone-destroying chlorine in that layer of the atmosphere have peaked and are going down”
Trouble is, their science has little to do with natural processes so they’re claims… “

Points out the fundamental flaw in “Hole In The Ozone Layer” scare – the assumption that the hole in ozone layer is something new!
D’Aleo on ozone hole: “It is very likely to have been there forever”
Posted on October 20, 2011 by Anthony Watts
Ozone holes in Antarctic and Arctic relate to cold rebounds from warming events
By Joseph D’Aleo,


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