The Holes in the Ozone Scare: The Scientific Evidence that the Sky Isn't Falling
21st Century Science Associates, 1992 - Social Science - 356 pages
This book presents the information needed to understand why the ozone depletion catastrophe theory is a hoax. The evidence includes how ozone scientist Gordon Dobson discovered the Antarctic ozone hole in 1956, before CFCs were widely used, & showed that it was a natural annual phenomenon; how natural sources of chlorine far outweigh man-made CFCs; & much more. It also discusses a program that will really protect the environment - & man, the most important resource in the environment. Order from: 21st Century Science Associates, P.O. Box 16285, Washington, D.C. 20041. (703) 777-7473.
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Foreword by Haroun Tazieff vi
Natural Sources of Chlorine Are Much Greater Than CFCs
The Ozone Wars
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