Quote du Jour: Kill Me, Sure. But Save the Ozone.

Quote of the day comes from a piece up on Bloomberg today. It is purportedly about the environmental consequences of 100 Hiroshima-size nuclear weapons, as the following snippet shows:

A nuclear war involving 100 Hiroshima-size bombs would open a massive hole in the earth’s ozone layer, exposing life to dangerous levels of the sun’s rays, a new study shows.

Again which the loss of a million or three lives from bombing admittedly pales, of course.

Thanks to a reader for the pointer.

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