Holes in the Recent Arctic Ozone Hole Story

Source: Climate Change Dispatch

There are frequent stories of impending doom. If it isn’t new it’s a recycled one, which works because few understood the original story was false. This allows exploiters to take normal events and present them as abnormal. 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.

Source of the story is a telltale sign of credibility. It’s no surprise the science article titled, “Unprecedented Arctic ozone loss in 2011” appeared in Nature, on October 2, 2011. Nature, was widely involved in the entire climate fiasco. Richard Black of the BBC, didn’t miss the opportunity by reporting,

“Ozone loss over the Arctic this year was so severe that for the first time it could be called an “ozone hole” like the Antarctic one, scientists report.”

Black’s article is problematic because he apparently realizes it contradicts official claims of global warming, climate change and ozone science. For example, he reports,

“But over the last few decades, the winters that are cold have been getting colder.”

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