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A Danish group that has reproduced the Earth's atmosphere in the laboratory has shown how clouds might be seeded by incoming cosmic rays. The team believes that the research provides evidence that fluctuations in the cosmic-ray flux caused by changes in solar activity could play a role in climate change. Other climate researchers, however, remain sceptical of the link between cosmic rays and climate.
Since it was first proposed in 1996, there has been a lot of debate on whether solar activity could be linked to the formation of clouds. I was tested by a British research team in 2008 and was dismissed. Through computer models it was shown, that the aerosol particles created by cosmic rays, were not sufficient to create clouds. However, it has now, though actual experimentation been shown to be possible anyway.