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Published: Monday, Oct. 3 2011 9:31 p.m. MDT

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MyChildrensKeeper
Taylorsville, UT

It seems there are still some who haven't heard yet that their claims have been scientifically proven to be a scientific hoax. Ozone and pollution are not related. The group can turn off the act and come to their senses now, at least get a life.

SME
Kearns, UT

I would like to see some before and after figures. Is the ozone truely due to gas production? What was the ozone level before the gas production?

SSOLDMAN
MONROE, UT

Why can't we sue the enviromentalists? Over lost jobs, lost tax base, lost time with family who have to move away, and lost access to public lands. When are we the people who live in the western states going to get sick and tired of these sue happy enviromentalists and sue back? Look at all the tax dollars they waste. Look at the amount of court time they waste. They don't really care about this planet. They just care about money, lots of money, our tax dollars!

Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

'Ozone pollution can cause respiratory irritation and burning eyes and authorities urged the elderly, children and people with respiratory problems to stay inside.' - Article

Stay inside...

stay insde...

Where have I heard this before?

*'Northern Utah's air is the worst in the nation' - KSL - 01/11/10

'SALT LAKE CITY -- Northern Utah currently boasts the worst air in the nation, and it's not even a close margin.'

*'Lung Association slams Utah areas for bad air' - By Amy Joi O'Donoghue - DSNews - 04/30/09

*'Study says coal burning in Utah kills 202 a year' - AP - Published by DSNews - 10/19/10

*'Ozone raises its ugly head in rural Utah' - By JUDY FAHYS - SL Tribune - 10/22/10

'According to new air-pollution data, breathing air around the oil and gas fields of the remote Uinta Basin was unhealthy on 40 days this past winter.'

*'Red air quality alert issued, limit driving' - By Lana Groves, Deseret News - 08/25/10

'National Weather Service forecasters in Salt Lake City advise people to stay inside as much as possible..'

Oh, yeah!

Here.

one old man
Ogden, UT

So it's okay for your children to be unable to breathe, or to have their earth wiped out slowly by changing climate? So you really think that 3.5 billion humans on earth have no effect?

Hmmmm. Just proves that ignorance is bliss.

Until it become obvious that bliss isn't always as good at it may seem.

Rifleman
Salt Lake City, Utah

Re: one old man | 5:16 p.m. Oct. 4, 2011

You didn't mention how you get to work every day, how you heat your home, and you didn't mention if you're dependent upon a food store to put food on your table.

It all takes energy, and some people are complaining because they don't understand why a smaller box of corn flakes costs more today than it did yesterday.

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