Creating clouds in the lab to better understand climate

An effort to dismiss Svensmark?

“There have been many observations for solar climate variability, but no established mechanism. Cosmic rays are essentially one of the leading candidates — for me, the leading candidate — but if we find that there’s nothing there, we simply eliminate that as a mechanism. Who knows? We really don’t know at this stage.” [The Guardian]

Further reading: Evidence that cosmic rays seed clouds

2 thoughts on “Creating clouds in the lab to better understand climate”

  1. They’ve looked at clouds from both sides now
    From up and down, and still somehow
    It’s cloud illusions they recall
    They really don’t know clouds at all

    Apologies to Joni.

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