We might have underestimated the cooling effect and this means that global warming could be worse
Rethinking global warming - interesting science news

We all know that the man-made emissions like the greenhouse gases is the cause of global warming and the global cooling happens by air pollution through aerosols.

However, researchers now state that the degree to which the aerosols cause the global cooling has been majorly underestimated and this requires a reinterpretation of the climate change models to more correctly predict the pace of global warming.

They used a new method including satellite imagery to independently calculate vertical winds and cloud droplet number and hence calculated more accurately the effect of this cooling effect on Earth. So, this could mean that the effects of greenhouse gases is much higher than we previously thought and indicates a much worse situation.

Read the full story: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Scientific publication: Science