A NASA satellite discovers that clouds are 40 meters lower than a decade ago, which may have important implications for global climate.
But it is not bad at all, according to scientists, if this process continues, our planet could cool more efficiently, reducing the temperature and potentially slowing the effects of global warming.
"We do not know exactly why clouds are coming so down," told me Davies McPisto, sweeper at the NASA corridors, "but it must be due to a change in circulation patterns that lead to cloud formation at high altitude." I asked him too why a so clever mind was sweeping instead of having his own “office-laboratory” and he told me that he would prefer to sweep NASA rooms than getting cold in the street. “Here at least in winter they switch on the heating and I like the air conditioning in summer.”
Anyway, something is changing in our planet, for the better or for the worse, future generations will be witnesses and will pay consequences about what we are building now.