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Added: August 05, 2007
Plane over stirling with thick con trail (possibly chemical), looks more like a US style military bomber than a passenger jet see this link.
(but I could be wrong!)
David WJ Sherlock wrote:Chemtrails filmed over Swanley Kent GB
On the phone: Jimmy talking from Goodmays in Essex GB
These days there's a lot of concern about destroying the ozone layer. The ozone layer is a thin mantle located some fifteen miles above the Earth.
In nature, ozone is formed when ultra violet radiation from the sun interacts with normal oxygen. Ozone provides us with very valuable protection against ultra violet radiation, which could damage our immune system and cause skin cancer.
Emissions of chemicals, particularly CFC's or chlorofluorocarbons, has seriously thinned out the ozone layer. In some places it is actually so thin that there's a hole in it. Ozone thinning and ozone holes are particularly noticeable over Antarctica and Australia. Seasonal holes in the ozone layer have been detected in both polar regions, and they appear to be getting larger.
There may some natural causes for some of the deterioration in the ozone. But it's clear that exhaust gases from airliners and rockets, as well as the earlier use of CFC's, played a major role in creating this problem. CFC's were once used as refrigerants, cleaning solvents, aerosol sprays and in foam insulation. Unfortunately, CFC's have a long life time. Even though their use has been largely discontinued, the problem they have created will be with us for a long time.
So next time you're out in the sun, take precautions, and be grateful for that ozone layer that's there to protect you.
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