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This Aug. 20, 2015 photo made available by NASA shows Hurricane Danny as the International Space Station orbits over the central Atlantic Ocean. (Scott Kelly/NASA via AP)

(Bloomberg) – This summer and fall, the Atlantic Ocean might become a testing ground for competing scientific theories.

After decades of warmth, there’s evidence that the ocean is cooling, a change that could mean fewer of the hurricanes that wreak havoc on coastal communities and their economies.

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