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Climate Change May Already Be Shifting Clouds Toward The Poles

Scientists who have been tracking cloud patterns over the past two decades say the shifts they're seeing seem to correlate closely with what's predicted by computer models of Earth's changing climate.

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As If You've Never Been Away [*] Ulrich Schnauss
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Slow Hot Wind Richard Cole
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