Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Global Warming Causes Record Cold Which Causes Record Ozone Loss

Yep... warming causes cold. So "climate change" is causing a loss of ozone. Funny, I thought climate change talked about climate, not ozone. And I foolishly thought that when something warms that is the opposite of cooling. But climate "scientists" are just too subtle for my poor limited intelligence.

Here's a press release from the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research about the frontiers of "global warming" and its new discoveries:
Unusually low temperatures in the Arctic ozone layer have recently initiated massive ozone depletion. The Arctic appears to be heading for a record loss of this trace gas that protects the Earth’s surface against ultraviolet radiation from the sun. This result has been found by measurements carried out by an international network of over 30 ozone sounding stations spread all over the Arctic and Subarctic and coordinated by the Potsdam Research Unit of the Alfred Wegener Institute...
Let me get this straight. AGW (Anthropogenic Global Warming, the presence of CO2, is warming the climate which in turn leads to colder Artic winters and of course the loss of Arctic ice from this increasing cold. In addition, researchers have now discovered that this increasing cold is also leading to a drastic reduction of ozone. Got that?

Cold makes hot. Colder winters means ice is melting and polar bears are drowning. Oh, and of course, ozone is disappearing because of the warming... uh, check that, the "cooling" caused by the warming. Right. Got it!

I figure the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research should now easily get $100 million in new funding to nail down this latest danger from "global warming".

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