Storms Could Deplete Ozone Layer Above U.S.

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Storms Could Deplete Ozone Layer Above U.S.

According to Harvard University scientists, water vapor lofted into the stratosphere by severe summer storms could react with chemicals there to destroy the ozone layer above the central United States, leading to dangerous levels of ultraviolet radiation. What do you think?

  • “At least this will get all my friends from Oklahoma to shut up about how great their ozone is.”

    Patrick Bouchelle
    Systems Analyst
  • “I guess the only solution is to get some governor to pray to God for less rain, not more.”

    Kaetlyn Marisa
    Assembly Cleaner
  • “I thought we already proved that anything to do with the climate was fake?”

    Carly West