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You are expecting too much. Weather forecasting has become quite reliable. There are exceptions. One exception is predicting what will happen more than seven days into the future. At ten days into the future, forecasts remain pretty much a random guess. The 1960s discovery that weather is chaotic (Predictability: Does the flap of a butterfly's wings in ...


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Weather prediction has been (https://www.ecmwf.int/en/newsletter/166/news/forecast-performance-2020) and will be getting better, but it can only get so good. Even if we build the perfect weather model and feed it with the perfect initial and boundary conditions (practically impossible at the moment), the forecasts will still be overshadowed by chaos and/or ...


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It is not an invariable and unavoidable correlation between economic growth and growth of CO2 emissions. Civilisation relying heavily on fossil fuels for energy will make CO2 levels rise as it grows but there are now other options for large scale energy production. Civilisation with zero emissions primary energy can grow without CO2 levels rising.


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