If? So you can't prove anything and are just making stuff up to look intelligent. Since we don't know what low level clouds were doing for a large part of earths history and have no way of knowing you can just say they were whatever you want them to be.
Look I don't claim to be an amateur climatologist but I'm not an elected Representative from North Carolina so I ain't fooled that easily. I KNOW there is no way you could be right unless the plot from sunshine is science fact rather then science fiction.
That's my point, genius.
If CERN confirms that the link is strong between GCRs and Clouds then it would be more likely that a significant decrease in cloud cover over the 20th Century has likely occured.
Prove that the sun has not had a significant influence on climate change over the 20th Century, instead of throwing out baseless assumptions.
Ah calling me a genius. I think your being sarcastic I don't think the same thing you think so I must be thick that's the point. Isn't you that has a hissy fit and crys to the moderators if you aren't shown due respect?
I am asking you the question; show me the mechanism; you basically admit that it has not been demonstrated yet but if I wait this CERN might confirm it. You then ask me to prove a negative. and throw in an attempt at sarcasm.
This conversation does not seem very productive.
But its fun! Its like getting headshots playing call of duty the only frustrating thing is the noob doesn't know he's been shot.