The ozone layer and the factors contributing to its destruction

April 30, at 8: Who gave these Idiots the permission to spray our skies and block out the sun as they do most every day! Somehow this reminds me of what hitler did to human beings against their will! Someone please tell me what the differance is here, what right do they have to do this!

The ozone layer and the factors contributing to its destruction

The ozone layer and the factors contributing to its destruction

Global geoengineering is destroying the ozone layer. Previous mainstream media tales of ozone hole recovery are lies designed to pacify the public for as long as possible. The northern hemisphere ozone hole unknown to most is also expanding. It seems appropriate to wonder what will it take for the gravity of the aerosol spraying to be realized by a larger percentage of the population.

What it will take to compel more people to make halting climate engineering their priority issue?

The ozone layer and the factors contributing to its destruction

What it will take to prompt more to take action in order to bring this most dire issue out into the light? Off the chart UV radiation levels are increasingly evident in the environment, scorched tree trunks are one glaring red flag. How can we say for certain that the UV levels are too high?

Because metering proves this fact beyond any doubt. The 3 minute video below is a UV metering demonstration. Extreme UV radiation is frying the bark off of many tree species in countless locations.

This example of UV radiation scorching is from Redding, California Each and every day the global assault on our planet, and all that lives and breaths, continues. Though no mainstream media source dares to mention SAG and SRM as primary causal factors regarding ozone layer damage, the mountain of data on the undisputed ozone layer destroying effects of SAG and SRM paint an all too clear conclusion.

Extreme UV radiation levels are a major contributing factor in regard to overall forest decline. The short video below covers some of the UV damage from the front lines.

Particulate clouds formed from the aircraft spraying cause ozone destruction, period. Why is the ozone destruction continuing to accelerate?

Causes of Ozone Layer Depletion

The clearly visible spraying occurring in our skies and around the globe by jet aircraftis the primary source of ozone layer loss. Marla Stair Wood Again, all scientific study on the atmospheric effect of aerosol clouds makes clear that they have an ozone destroying effect.

The ozone layer is not recovering and cannot recover so long as the ongoing climate engineering continues to take its toll on this critical layer of our atmosphere. The official mantra of ozone layer recovery is a lie.

Composition of the Ozone Layer

The massive ozone holes actually have a cooling effect in some regions like Antarctica. Without the ozone layer, there would be no terrestrial life on Earth. Even the backs of whales are being sunburned.To understand ozone layer, it would be helpful to know the different layers of the atmosphere.

The earth’s atmosphere is composed of many layers, each playing a significant role. The first layer stretching approximately 10 kilometers upwards from the earth’s surface is known as the troposphere. Ozone depletion describes two related events observed since the late s: a steady lowering of about four percent in the total amount of ozone in Earth's atmosphere (the ozone layer), and a much larger springtime decrease in stratospheric ozone around Earth's polar regions.

The ozone layer is responsible for absorbing harmful ultraviolet rays, and preventing them from entering the Earth's atmosphere. However, various factors have led to the depletion and damage of this protective layer.

Learn more about the process, causes, and effects of ozone layer depletion. Discovery of the hole in the ozone layer showed that human activity has a major impact on Earth.

The destruction of ozone in the stratosphere high above the planet's surface has been brought about as the result of the widespread use of chemicals, which under normal conditions are chemically. The one process ongoing that will take millions of years to correct is the loss of genetic and species diversity by the destruction of natural habitats.

The ozone layer is a belt of the naturally occurring gas "ozone." It sits to miles (15 to 30 kilometers) above Earth, and serves as a shield from the harmful ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation.

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