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Scientists worried as Arctic has record ozone loss


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So it has closed down now?

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Don't worry. Rick Perry said that scientist aren't always correct. Even if it's 99.9999999 of the scientists.

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So last winter was much colder than expected.

Yet another piece of evidence that the global warming theorists had it wrong the whole time.

I'm glad that scientists are finally coming to agreement on debunking the global warming theory.

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NeverSubmit, you need to learn the difference between the troposphere and stratosphere. A cooling of the stratosphere (where most of the ozone is) while the troposphere warms is one of the indicators of greenhouse warming and has been predicted for years.

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