Have you noticed all the huge natural disasters lately? Did you also notice all the shuttle launches and landings within ten days before these huge disasters? I don't think these natural disasters are truely natural, or at least not naturaly caused. You see, the force of the shuttles breaking through the ozone lair causes a shock wave, ususally causing huge earthquakes or masive tornadoes. What do you think of this? It's my mom's observation. Like remember that earthquake in Japan shortly after that landing of that one shuttle. Now there was a tornado in Jopline MO.
I'm not sure the shuttles are that powerful. And they've done launches and landings before I don't think anything terrible occured naturally those times (though I don't actually know and don't plan on researching the matter.) The planet is just doing what the planet is doing.
So you don't think the shuttles have anything to do with how the ozone is f'd up and our weather being a bit out of wack? The weather should be worse this year because the moon is closer to us than usual, but the things that happen after a shuttle launches or lands aren't perdicted as soon as they would be if they were completely natural. By the way, I'm only on this site because my computer won't let me watch episode 152 of Bleach.
I think it's a lot more than a couple of shuttles that are messing with the ozone layer hun. And actually, the moon doesn't affect weather systems as much as it controls the tides of the ocean. You can thank the sun for messed up weather.
Honestly guys. Natural disasters have been occuring since the beginning of time. Our Shuttles probably don't have anything to do with it.
But think what you will, I don't really want to have an argument over the matter.