posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 07:45 AM
This chemical, carbon tetrachloride, could be a byproduct of something we are now doing.
Maybe by adding fluoride to the water, we could be causing a reaction in the sewer treatment that releases small amounts of this.
Maybe it is a side reaction created by the fracking process. Or a byproduct of a the making of corn alcohol. Maybe a crop we have started growing
more of actually emits this chemical in trace amounts. Maybe the GM corn we feed the animals is causing a little of this in their gas.
Maybe the original problem was not from the fluorocarbons and carbon tetrachlorides alone, or another chemical we put into the atmosphere is keeping
this from breaking down, inhibiting the reaction. It could be the elevation of CO2 over the last forty years that is contributing to reducing the
breakdown of this chemical. Maybe all our dumps and illegal chemical dumps are still leaching this into the air.
Could be a lot of things, some of them manmade some of them not. I suppose if some scientists would look at this better and with an open mind, they
could figure it out. They should be able to make something that could detect the emissions of these in the ground air from the space space station to
find the origin.