I have recently read a few things about the local interstellar clouds and while I am by no means a science expert, math and science were my strong points. After reading about this a few things occured to me, and they seem to be bad for our solar system. The clouds are ~10,000° C, our solar system is -0. So shouldn't our solar system be absorbing heat and getting hotter? Also the clouds are charged, which means any particles in the solar system that have the same charge are trapped in until we exit the cloud? From what I have read we will be in these clouds for thousands of years. So even if our solar system warms a degree every couple hundred years, before we are out of it our planet will warm 10°+. I have aslo read that all of the planets are warming, which leads me to believe that this may be the reason why.