DURING THE WEEK
(Updated DECEMBER 22nd, 2008)
FDA plans to save the earth by making you suffocate: To hell with the patients… save the planet! That's basically what the FDA said with its latest edict. They just ordered a ban on inhalers that use CFCs (chloroflurocarbons) to push the medication into the lungs. But the ban has nothing to do with how CFCs affect the patients who use inhalers. It's because CFCs might harm… the environment. (22-december-2008) South America Ozone: In an website called Solcomhouse, there is abundant (mis)information about ALL issues related with the environment and ecology, from the panda bear and elephants, to global warming and the ozone layer hoax. We analyzed and comment this website - and got moments of good laughs. (22-june-2004) Interesting Facts About the Antarctic Polar Vortex: One of the most important things to note about the so-called Antarctic ozone hole is that some of the most complex and least-understood atmospheric chemical reactions occur during the four-to-six-week duration of the ozone hole. According to Eberstein, from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center "There is no proven chemical mechanism to account for the creation of the ozone hole. This is a very serious failure. If you have a theory, you should be able to provide a definitive mechanism. Otherwise is pure speculation. This Antarctic ozone depletion issue has to be put on a more solid scientific basis."
Volcanoes Belch Chlorine --Regardless of Opposition: As opposed to the beliefs pushed by the promoters of the Ozone layer Fraud, chlorine contribution by volcanoes is way over 650 million tons a year.
The Holes in the Ozone Hole: One of the first and most consistent steps in pushing the "Ozone Scare" was to convert the term harmful ultraviolet into a single word never using the term ultraviolet without this harmful qualifier and to carefully avoid any mention of the beneficial effects of ultraviolet radiation.
The Ozone Depletion Theory: The theory aiming that CFCs would deplete the ozone layer was theory number 7, invented by F. Sherwood Rowland and Mario Molina in December 1973. Rowland was then head of the chemistry department at the University of California at Irvine, and Molina was his assistant. Fortunately, Rowland and Molina's version of the atmospheric chemistry is not the real story. The hypothetical threat to the ozone is based on a set of flawed axioms and assumptions fed into computer models that spew out doomsday predictions. The required sequence of chemical reactions has never been observed in the laboratory. It is all supposition.
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