for scene 65 of the video " Water Crisis: Healing the Colorado River - part 1" by Rolf Witzsche
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Affected by cosmic-ray ionization
With the greenhouse effect being largely affected by cosmic-ray ionization which reduces the global water-vapour density, we experience reduced moderation and larger and harsher climate fluctuations. We experience hotter summers and colder winters. The hotter summers have a dramatic effect in the polar regions that receive up to 24 hours of sunshine in the Summer. If CO2 was the greenhouse-gas villain it is made out to be, we should experience gentler climate fluctuations. Instead, we experience the opposite.
With 97% of the greenhouse effect being caused by water vapor in the atmosphere, the diminished water vapour sets the stage for ever-harsher climate fluctuations. This is what we experience in parallel with the drought. CO2 has nothing to do with either. Also, instead of global warming, the Earth is experiencing global cooling.
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