Ocean clouds obscure warming’s fate, create ‘fundamental problem’ for models

Greenwire: Aboard a cargo ship steaming from Los Angeles to Honolulu, his radars spinning 70 feet above a dark sea, Ernie Lewis filled another latex balloon with a whoosh of helium and let it fly. The balloon rose 15 miles, swelling in thin air, a fat white disc disappearing against the Milky Way. And then, as always, it popped. An atmospheric scientist at Brookhaven National Lab, Lewis had joined the Spirit early in October for its regular shipment of 900 food-stuffed containers to Hawaii. And he had......

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