Henrik Svensmark
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The coincidence of GCR and global temperature is hard to deny, though often hidden by many in the climate debate.

While GCR contribution to cloud formation isn't that easily proved, especially according to measurements through the last 10-20 years, if they are reliable.

What is it then that make GCR chilling Earth?

If secondary rays from GCR ionize atmospheric molecules all the way down to the ground, enough theoretically to create water droplets for considerable increased cloud formation, than what about the ability to ionize H2O and other molecules enough to change the greenhouse effect considerably?

May it be that the greenhouse effect of ionized H20 vapor and other gasses is reduced enough to be a considerable factor in the climate accounting, eventually together with cloud formation?

In other words, that the atmosphere becomes more transparent for outgoing thermal radiation?