Friday, July 27, 2012

"Scientists" don't realize ... nobody believes in global warming


Strong summer thunderstorms that pump water high into the upper atmosphere pose a threat to the protective ozone layer over the United States, researchers said on Thursday, drawing one of the first links between climate change and ozone loss over populated areas.

In a study published online by the journal Science, Harvard University scientists reported that some storms send water vapor miles into the stratosphere — which is normally drier than a desert — and showed how such events could rapidly set off ozone-destroying reactions with chemicals that remain in the atmosphere from CFCs, refrigerant gases that are now banned.

The risk of ozone damage, scientists said, could increase if global warming leads to more such storms. More here:

Ha ha, they think we still believe in global warming.  Nice try, morons ... now get a real job because, as fast as I can, I'm voting for people who will slap your hand out of my wallet.

I love how these people use the government to get their hands on my money ... and then use my money to convince the government they need MORE of my money.  And the funny part is, no matter how much they get, it's never enough, is it?

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