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Long-term climate changes, as well as our daily weather, are linked to the sun’s activity. We’re especially affected by coronal mass ejections (CMEs), which are huge bubbles of electrified gas. “Coronal mass ejections are the hurricanes of space,” says astronomer Nancy Crooker. “They have strong magnetic fields that link to the earth’s field, thus breaching the shield that otherwise protects us from the onslaught of the solar wind.”
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Some species of birds have been flying in the same migration patterns for hundreds of thousands of years. Some fish and butterflies follow ancient migratory paths. Now biologists are finding changes in these ancient routes and resting places, due to warmer temperatures on Earth. And many animals are migrating earlier than they did a few decades ago.

Camille Parmesan of the University of Texas analyzed more than 1,700 species and found “significant” changes in range towards the poles of almost 4 miles per decade. Spring events, such as the arrival of migrant species and the laying of eggs, are happening almost 3 days earlier each decade.
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A clone is not an exact replica of the person or animal being cloned, but more like an identical twin one or two generations removed. “Even in identical twins, where the DNA is identical, they are different people because of the influence of environment,” says Janet Rowley, professor of medicine at the University of Chicago.

Nature or nurture?how much input genes and the environment have on our makeup?is a scientific debate that’s not yet settled. “Hitler was the way he was not just because of genes,” says philosopher Bonnie Steinbock. “If you tried to clone Hitler, you might instead get the personality of Thomas Jefferson.” Human clones will finally answer this question.
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