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NASA seems to think otherwise though, expecting a 'dust minimum' to become a future norm.
High, thin clouds let sunlight through while effectively preventing heat from escaping to space as infrared radiation, providing a net warming effect. Low, thick clouds strongly reflect sunlight, while having little impact on infrared radiation escaping to space, creating a net cooling effect.
Thinking of it. Forgot to reply on bullying Collin. There's also the trick where you place someone in a corner, making it untenable for that person, you don't touch him, you just keep on bullying until he loses it.