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# Physicists predict Earth will become a chaotic world

See article about the climate becoming chaotic. I feel this ups the ante in the need to understand the mathematics of chaotic systems and how to control them.

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The natural climate is not chaotic, or to put it a better way, it's as chaotic as the daily cycle, the annual cycle, or the tidal cycle.

Comment Source:The natural climate is not chaotic, or to put it a better way, it's as chaotic as the daily cycle, the annual cycle, or the tidal cycle.
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Comment Source:Large problems may require large solutions. See [‘Space bubbles’ between Earth, sun possibly could reverse destructive climate change](https://www.oregonlive.com/environment/2022/06/space-bubbles-between-earth-sun-possibly-could-reverse-destructive-climate-change-mit-researchers-say.html).
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The Indian Ocean Dipole temperature index over the years

What everyone is concerned about : The upward trend

What scientists wished they could predict : All the erratic cycles

Comment Source:The Indian Ocean Dipole temperature index over the years ![](https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img923/8442/VdpJom.gif) What everyone is concerned about : The upward trend What scientists wished they could predict : All the erratic cycles 
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Since it's been 10 years since this forum has engaged in modeling of climate, I wrote up this blog post from my perspective. Remember that the original goal of the Azimuth Code Project was to be able to model El Nino cycles well enough for prediction purposes. Deferring to chaos as a mechanism is essentially the same as punting, and it took a lot of effort to get to the simple model described at the following link:

https://geoenergymath.com/2022/08/23/what-happened-to-simple-models/

Comment Source:Since it's been 10 years since this forum has engaged in modeling of climate, I wrote up this blog post from my perspective. Remember that the original goal of the Azimuth Code Project was to be able to model El Nino cycles well enough for prediction purposes. Deferring to chaos as a mechanism is essentially the same as punting, and it took a lot of effort to get to the simple model described at the following link: https://geoenergymath.com/2022/08/23/what-happened-to-simple-models/