"The Hole in Earth's Ozone Layer Is Healing." By Calla Cofield, Staff Writer. January 8, 2018 06:38pm ET. www.livescience.com.
Ozone layer not recovering over populated areas, scientists warn
Ozone layer not recovering over populated areas, scientists warn || While the hole over Antarctica has been closing, the protective ozone is thinning at the lower latitudes, where the sunlight is stronger and billions of people live https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/feb/06/ozone-layer-not-recovering-over-populated-areas-scientists-warn?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest #solarpunk #environment #climatechange #globalwarming…
nice A Six-Hour Theatrical Epic About the Hole in the Ozone Layer
The Ozone Layer Hole Over Antarctica Is Healing. Another example of one of those media "false flags." The ozone layer was never in danger.
Ouch! A worrying new study a team of researchers from the UK and Switzerland found that the hole in the ozone layer is not recovering as evenly as expected. And its bad news for Oz because its actually getting thinner above some populated areas of the North and South of the globe. Thats us. Slip slop slap everyone. #sunscreen #protectyourskin #ozone #sunsafe #sunsmart #environment
Image above: View of the South Pole from NASA's TOMS (Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer) satellite. Blue and green indicate relatively large amounts of ozone. Red and yellow mark the "ozone hole," an area of decreased ozone.