Natural News: Geoengineering science: Aerosols impact cloud formation and weather; atmospheric scientists document the effects
"Local efforts to reduce air pollution may not be enough to eliminate the possibility of severe weather conditions because of widespread aerosol use, according to new research. To be more specific, aerosols that have been released into the atmosphere can affect cloud formations and even influence weather patterns, according to researchers from the University of Arizona and Texas A&M University. What’s more, the effects of the aerosols can be seen over regions up to many thousands of miles away from the places where they were originally released. This could have massive implications in the study of meteorology, particularly in trying to determine which ones have positive and negative effects when they are released into the atmosphere."