Stratospheric Sulphur Experiments and the Current Arctic Situation

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Veli Albert Kallio

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Mar 25, 2011, 9:30:09 AM3/25/11
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 THE ARCTIC'S ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION SHIELD BREAKING DOWN
 
The stratospheric sulphur aerosol experiments will now be harder to justify due to the very extensive ozone depletion in the Arctic.
 
The UV radiation is extremely dangerous and a new environmental disaster has appeared as the North Pole is loosing its ozone shield. The atmospheric amount of ozone is already down by some 50% and there is plenty of time for more to go. UV radiation breaks down organic chemicals when it reaches the earth's surface.
 
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2011/03/110321-ozone-layer-hole-arctic-north-pole-science-environment-uv-sunscreen/
 

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