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To: joe fonebone

“my theory is that the ozone hole is actually like a chimney, opening up to allow toxins??? to be released from the atmosphere”

The “ozone hole” is not an actual hole in the atmosphere that would allow gases escape. There is no “bubble” holding gas in the atmosphere, it is all held in by the planet’s gravity. The “ozone hole” would supposedly have let more UV radiation in to the atmosphere, by creating an area where it would not be reflected back into space as much as in the rest of the atmosphere.


26 posted on 08/30/2011 8:04:24 AM PDT by Boogieman
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To: Boogieman
The “ozone hole” would supposedly have let more UV radiation in to the atmosphere, by creating an area where it would not be reflected back into space as much as in the rest of the atmosphere.

In hindsight the whole thing sounds preposterous. It's a pretty imaginative scam but it didn't involve massive sums of money and regulation like AGW does. The scientists weren't yet quite the power-tripping socialists they are today.

33 posted on 08/30/2011 9:06:52 AM PDT by Reeses (It's a safety net, not a hammock!)
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To: Boogieman
"it is all held in by the planet’s gravity. "
there is no such thing as gravity. Want proof??? take a basketball, spin it as fast as you can, and put a dime on it...what happens to the dime? we are held down to the planet by particle bombardment, the subatomic particles being attracted from space by our magnetic field.....on days with heavier than normal bombardment, you wake up and weigh more!!!!! :)
34 posted on 08/30/2011 9:21:15 AM PDT by joe fonebone (Project Gunwalker, this will make watergate look like the warm up band......)
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