Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to two climate experts and an Italian theorist

the essential This Tuesday, October 5, the Nobel Prize in physics 2021 was awarded to two experts in the physical modeling of climate change, the American-Japanese Syukuro Manabe and the German Klaus Hasselmann, as well as the Italian theorist Giorgio Parisi.

The Nobel in physics 2021 was awarded this Tuesday, October 5 to two experts in the physical modeling of climate change, the American-Japanese Syukuro Manabe and the German Klaus Hasselmann, as well as to the theorist Italian Giorgio Parisi.

The prize rewards half Manabe, 90 years, and Hasselmann, 89 years, “for the physical modeling of the Earth’s climate and for having quantified it variability and reliably predicts global warming, ā€¯according to the jury. The other half returned to Parisi, 73 years, “for the discovery of the interplay of disorder and fluctuations in physical systems from atomic to planetary scale”.

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