September 11, 2017

Deeper Look – Episode 72 (2017)

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  • Terese Nehrbauer

    Finding / recognizing this rabbit hole is an event in and of itself. You sure keep us S0s busy and focused on details that matter. Thanks (groan) for the latest and breaking news to parse and assimilate.

  • Nathan Farnen

    I have studied this phenomenon a little because of the consensus that co2 in mainstream is causing global warming so I was interested to see what other things the mainstream has said about mans influence with the climate. So I of course stumbled upon the articles where it had been feared that refrigeration chemicals were causing the ozone depletion in Antarctica. When they first started keeping records in the 70’s apparently the ozone was not much different than the rest of the world but then it started showing a big deterioration in the 80’s. This got scientist all in a frenzy because it was found that the chemicals in refrigeration could deplete ozone so they decided to outlaw it as a refrigerant. Ironically the worst time for depletion is in September; however, by the time January comes around the hole has closed.

  • Caroline5765

    Thank you Ben. And I wonder why tornadoes, of all things, popped into my mind when I heard of this electric spraying….?

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