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Is it really possible to reverse the effects of global warming or is it too late?


 

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    Doc Snow 4 years ago

    Clouds are complicted. Low cloud tends to cool, as you describe; but high, thin cloud tends to warm. And of course there are many types of cloud in between. This is one of the knottiest areas to understand.


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    Doc Snow 4 years ago

    Although some would have you believe otherwise, the reality is that the current warming has nothing to do with recovery from the last Ice Age; the height of the interglacial warming came ca. 8,000 years ago. It'd been cooling since, til recently.


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    Doc Snow 4 years ago

    Eric, 'meteorologist' covers a lot of folks... many, basically TV presenters. The "1% claim" is a clear tip-off that your presenter didn't know whereof he spoke, as such precision in attribution isn't possible. Please seek out reliable information!


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