Alarmists say sky is falling (literally): ‘Lowering clouds may combat global warming’

“If cloud heights come back up in the next 10 years we would conclude that they are not slowing climate change.”

AAP reports:

Clouds around the world may be falling in response to rising global temperatures and having a cooling effect on global warming, according to analysis of satellite data by Auckland University scientists.

The first 10 years of data from the NASA Terra satellite, which uses nine cameras at different angles to produce a stereo image of the world’s clouds, shows their average height has lowered by about 1 per cent, or 30 to 40 metres.

Most of the reduction was due to fewer clouds occurring at very high altitudes, says the study, published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters…

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