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Thursday, May 4, 2017

This animation shows how terrifyingly powerful nuclear weapons have become.

Think about that for a minute...
Remember during these "tests" in the 1980's, the ozone layer developed holes above the Earth, and some tried to convince us that it was mostly air conditioners, fridges, air spray.... Chlorofluorocarbons?

Now I'm not a "government financed scientist" but if you live inside a thin glass bubble, which is what the planet basically is, and you punch said glass, your going to make a hole...
So isn't it possible, these "tests" punched holes and where really the cause of the depletion of the ozone layer, and not the explanation we were given???

Now imagine a full nuclear war (which some idiots in government say we could survive) and the damages "it will cause" to the fragile shield surrounding the planet we depend on for the survival of the species, and ask yourself, after looking at your children. why the f*ck do we have these things???
Look, eventually someone is going to use them, there are stupid people in this world, specially politically.

This isn't about left or right, but sanity...
Sure there is situations where we might need them. pointed outward, in case of a meteor strike, but for logic's sake....not inward...
But then again, look at the world today and all it's mess, division and hate....
Shrug your shoulders and say....
"Yes, they are that stupid".

Just a thought....

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

It is likely. Most of the biggest bombs reached well into the mesosphere (layer above ozone layer) and is 2/3rds of the way to low orbit. The blast could have cleared out large areas of ozone and some of high temperatures could have destroyed it. That said, high energy radiation can create ozone, like that from a lightning bolt so a nuke may produce more then it diminishes. Could go either way. Some of Earths atmosphere would have deffinately been punched into space.

BlackWolf said...

Good point...Thank you for the comment.