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In 1963 a mathematician-turned-meteorologist named Edward Lorenz wrote in a paper for the New York Academy of Sciences that the flapping of a single seagull’s wings could seriously alter the weather.

IN 1963 A MATHEMATICIAN-turned-meteorologist named Edward Lorenz wrote in a paper for the New York Academy of Sciences that the flapping of a single seagull’s wings could seriously alter the weather. Using early computer models to study weather patterns, Lorenz found that such complex dynamic systems are extremely sensitive to

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