Record loss of ozone over Arctic

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I thought the banning of CFCs was going to change this? March sets a record for ozone loss over the Arctic.

Or to put it another way, climate science is far more complicated than too many climate scientists want to admit.


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  • Kelly Starks

    So the ozone depletion was caused by unusually cold winter weather, which was expected under global warming theories?

    Course no one seems to notice that the reason given to fear ozone holes was the increase in solar radiation would hurt people; but the holes only occur in polar nights – I.E. when you have 24/7 darkness.

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