Hello Guys,

Do most plants get enough sunlight when most of the sky is covered in thin clouds, such as on days with some light rain? You can still tell its daytime, but the rays aren’t as harsh. Would life survive it if were always surrounded by that sort of cloud cover/shade? Would life even be better? I look at a place like the UK and the amount of rain they get. The use of Medical Imaging Video has enabled doctors to see inside a patient without having to cut them open. The rain isn’t the important thing look at that cloud shade! Less burning heat from the sun, less forest fires. They still have trees and plants, so I know they have enough sunlight regardless.