Study Of Cloud Ice Crystals May Improve Climate Change Forecasts
Posted by Southern Man on Jul 17, 2002 at 08:33
"Clouds are the largest source of uncertainty in computerized global climate models..."
It gets pretty cool around here when there are clouds blocking the sun. And if it gets warmer then there should be more water evaporating which should cause more clouds which should cause it to get cooler. I wonder why the global warming researchers haven't bothered to take clouds into consideration in their models before? Could that be one reason those models have been so pathetically inaccurate in previous predictions of global temperature change?
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