The Equatorial Ozone Hole

March 26, 2013 image showing the amount of ozone in the ozone layer. White is higher amounts, red is lower. Source: nnvl.noaa.gov

March 26, 2013 image showing the amount of ozone in the ozone layer. White is higher amounts, red is lower. Source: nnvl.noaa.gov

In March, 2012, a hole in the Ozone Layer above Greenland appeared suddenly. By the year’s end, a dramatic melting of Greenland’s ice sheet was observed.

The Antarctic hole has become a thing of the past. And according to the UN, the ozone layer depletion has stopped. “Mission Accomplished!!” they said back  in 2010.

Looking at this image from NOAA’s Environmental Visualization Laboratory, it would seem to suggest the Arctic Ozone Hole has healed itself.

sadly, it looks like only 1/3 of Earth’s Ozone layer remains. UV indexes of 14 have been observed in Puerto Rico, 11 in Hawaii, and it is only March!!

Wild extreme flips of temperature, precipitation, sea surface temps, and now wild variations in the ozone layer and magnetosphere… also Sunspot counts falling into the 40s…

Hold tight to your butts! We are witnesses to the effects on a living ecosystem of coalescence at the galactic center! As x-ray counts are expected to be 100 times greater than the Sun by the end of the year, the wildness of the variations will become more frequent and more violent.

CFCs?!! CO2?!! Wow… I’m not sure what is sadder- The fact ‘they’ tried to push this bullshit on us, or the fact so many of you bought it!

Keep your head UP!!

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