Gordon Dobson

Posted January 18th, 2016 by Suzy

The hypothesis of the destruction of the ozone layer is a form to transfer money of poor countries to rich countries, that already do not possess natural resources and have that to survive financially exploring other. One of my concerns is that the subject already is being treated in books to Sciences that the children use and seem that we go to form an entire generation, or more, based in affirmations, or ' ' dogmas' ' , unfounded scientific. It would like to add aspects to the problem.' ' In 1950, R. Penndorf, of the Laboratory of the Air Force, in Cambridge, EEUU, analyzed the data of period 1926-42, the station of Tronsoe, North of the Norway. It noticed registers of ozone concentrations of so low values how much 50 Unidades Dobson (UD) and a great daily variability, with a factor almost 10 (that is, 1000%) between registered the maximum and the minimum. It called these anomalies low concentrations of ' ' holes in the layer of oznio' '. However, the expression alone was famous later that J.B.

Farman, of the British Antarctic Survey had published a work in the Nature magazine in 1985. It notices the coincidence of the date and the country – England – worried about the destruction of ozone). In 1960, the scientist Gordon Dobson, using given collected in Antarctica during International Geophysical Year (1957-58, wrote in its book that ' ' hole in the ozone layer on Antarctica it was natural. By the way, it did not use the expression ' ' buraco' ' yes ' ' anomalia' '. Brazil was forced to sign the Protocol of Montreal, that you banished the CFCs. She was one of the requirements of the FMI to renegotiate the external debt and to receive more loans. From there, I to have affirmed, and continue convicto, that ' ' the elimination of the CFCs as argument that destroys the layer of oznio' ' nothing more it is of what an attitude neocolonial.

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