Friday, March 20, 2020

The Ozone Hole is Back

This is one of my old predictions, based on lab work that showed the great 'Ozone Reaction' didn't exist at the temperatures and air pressure where it was supposed to occur.  These results could have easily been reproduced except for the fact that nassie killed all that.


Throughout the month of March, so far, NASA satellites have been tracking a large hole in the Arctic ozone layer that appears to be the largest and most intense one ever seen.

This will be ignored or someone will come up with a new story to explain it.  The real reason, is that the Arctic is getting nasty cold, but a huge ocean current is keeping the ice thin.

Any 'story' from the Big N's will involve the fairy Jet Stream or Polar Vortex.  Clap your hands if you believe them.

Regardless, it is still best to sun yourself in the backyard when you can to keep the virus boogers away.

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