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Here we go again! The article goes on to state that these “holes” are the the largest ever recorded, failing to mention that the “recorded history” of the ozone hole goes back only about 40 years, an order of magnitude less than the recorded history of the earth’s temperature.
The ozone hole over Antarctica is now larger than North America, nearing the record-size set in 2006.
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