posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 03:06 PM
I believe the answer is yes. I cannot be sure because we did not know about the 'hole' and were not able to measure such a thing before nuclear
testing, but deep inside it makes sense to me. I remember reading that at the time of the first bomb test there were scientists who warned that we
could burn off our atmosphere. It blows my mind that the long term or even immediate consequences were not know and yet they proceeded. Shouldn't we
the citizens of the planet have had a say or choice??
Here is an article I found, I was considering a thread on this topic and I found yours
I could be wrong, but it seems there has to be science of previous ozone damage from nuclear bombs for this study to have taken place, and the magic
40% number to have been calculated.
Hundreds of tests took place over a number of years, do we have the governments of first world countries to blame for the problems we face today with
edit on 13-7-2013 by Iamschist because: (no reason given)