Why a hole in the Ozone? Answered
So I have been looking up a little bit about the ozone layer and have found that about 12% of the ozone layer is reproduced by UV rays every day. So the whole thing is replaced in about 8.3 days. Now I think thats a little bit shorter time-span than since we stopped our mass release of refrigerants into the air. It has even had a bit of time to catch up. Now if you think about it, less ozone = more UV = more ozone right? So how On earth did we blow a hole in our ozone layer, it makes absolutely no sense. Even the fact that some of the halocarbons may still be there makes no sense because it absolutely could not affect the ozone without reacting with it.