ICYMI: Studying the 1700's clouds for pollution clues

The Industrial Revolution really screwed up paradise.

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ICYMI: Studying the 1700's clouds for pollution clues

Today on In Case You Missed It: Scientists at CERN constructed a large chamber to replicate the cloud environment before the world's Industrial Revolution got its start after 1750. The thought had been that there were far fewer clouds on Earth then, but already results are pointing to a different reality that could help guide present day modeling of global climate change.

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