Comment 110677

By mikeonthemountain (registered) | Posted March 28, 2015 at 08:22:00 in reply to Comment 110673

As for acid rain, despite significant improvements, we stop trying because things don't self-repair immediately?

Some lakes (particularly in the East) have more trouble neutralizing acid on their own because of the granite bed. So when we pump SO2 and NO into the air, those lakes can't handle it. Canada, in particular, has reduced SO2 emission by two-thirds since 1980. What does this have to do with Elites stuffing us into woodchippers?

And the ozone hole? NASA doesn't expect it to heal until 2070. But by removing the offending emissions, we reduced the damage we were causing, and it has started healing, so we get to still HAVE an ozone layer.

I haven't read it myself but at $19.50US, I think you should.

There ya go. I didn't think your comment was informed.

Comment edited by mikeonthemountain on 2015-03-28 08:38:32

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