split the atom, artificial wombs, cloned sheep, moon landing, could we not just build an artifical ozone layer or a respray?
The scientists at NASA must be working on it. It is a great thought.
I doubt that this is within NASAs forte, if even possible, I also doubt that NASA care - they are hardly the greenest organisation. Even if scientists realised a way of producing O3, do you think that they could cover 5% of the earth? That is just ludicrious. Moving a small rain cloud? Possible yet expensive (discovered by the Russians away), producing a layer of O3 to cover 5% of the worlds atmosphere? (The British discovered O3 by the way) not only impossible but a venture which would bankrupt any country.
difficult to do, but a good start, hmmmm
You don't fix a problem by treating a symptom. You have to address the cause or it will just reoccur.
Man is not God.
Oh and P.S. There is no god.
I am guessing you will, if answering my question at all, offer some global warming spiel? No?
Global warming, if it is what they say it is, it is incurable. The 'problem,' if that is your suggestion, is not fixable.
I think an ozone layer respray is a great idea. Anyway, cheers for the brainstorm
The moon is made of cheese and clouds are made from cotton.
You should, I put as much thought into it as you usually do, which is none!
Its like we are the only ones smart enough to know how thinking is useless.
Oh goody, its the many monikered one! Whats going on man?
Maybe we should form a world government. Any ideas for a name?
by sumair_00 10 years ago
How can we reduce the size of holes formed on the surface of the Ozone layer ?
by nikki1 10 years ago
How can we protect it?
by whonunuwho 7 years ago
Does climate change affect the ozone layer and cause more skin cancer to occur around the globe?Why is skin cancer more profound in numbers and what does climate change have to do with this problem?
by Phoebe Pike 9 years ago
They couldn't care less about the planet, all they care about is the environment they live in... the earth has been here for quite some time and I highly doubt a few cars and plastic bags will harm it. It has survived so much; volcanoes, earthquakes, getting hit by space rocks, global...
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