"Best example is what we are seeing with atmospherics and oceanics, there is no reasonable human explanation at all."
I am going on the assumption that the climate science establishment has overlooked something simple. I realize that machine learning may be able to deduce new connections, but the combination of machine learning with guided insight is what can prune unproductive paths -- and it is fun and challenging to work this way.
BTW, I have heard it said there is also no reasonable human explanation for quantum mechanics, you just take it as a given. Yet one can scientifically reason based on applying the physical explanation of wave interference, e.g. in doing electron diffraction.