Among the outstanding problems that physics has to face, surely, the understanding of the climate’s behavior can be considered one of the most challenging. All the fundamental forces seem to operate at the lowest order. However, it appears that they operate with a large degree of randomness wherein a systematic (deterministic) behavior is ﬂoating in this sea of uncertainty. It is hard, in fact, to exclude that observations just describe the outcome of an erratic dynamics, while it is equally hard to rule out that certain eﬀects may have well-established causes.
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|Titolo:||Earth's climate as a problem in physics|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2012|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||01a Articolo in rivista|