One of the principle concerns of those advancing the global warming theory is that as temperatures rise, more high altitude clouds would form and this would in turn accelerate the heating of planet earth. High altitude clouds you see, tend to let the sun’s infrared radiation reach earth but not allow it to escape back into space. But according to new research at the University of Alabama at Huntsville, real world observations in the tropics show that as the atmosphere warms, these high altitude clouds actually diminish in number, thus alleviating such fears. Since many climate change computer models have relied on this now-faulty presumption, it appears the whole global warming debate could indeed become a whole lot cloudier!

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