Nobel Prize for physics awarded for work on climate change

Three scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize in physics. Their work explained how the climate is changing on Earth, how the climate is changing on Earth, and it also predicted the impact of global warming. The people who won the Nobel Prize are Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann, and Giorgio Parisi. They were all from different countries: Syukuro Manabe was from the US, Klaus Hasselmann was from Germany, and Giorgio Parisi was from Italy.

Although they have awarded more people the Nobel Prize for climate change, this is the first time they have awarded the Nobel Prize of physics to a climate scientist. However, a share of the prize went to Syukuro Manabe and Klaus Hasselman for their examinations on how humans are changing the climate on planet Earth. Manabe and Hasselmann were both praised for the physical modeling of Earth’s climate; they also worked on pioneering back in the 60s, showing how human-made carbon dioxide could warm up the planet Earth which was also announced on Tuesday in Stockholm, Sweden, at a news conference. Manabe’s studies in the 60s proved how more carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere increased planet Earth’s temperature and warmth.

Their disorder clarifies the climate, but this year, scientists enlightened the chaos by predicting the climate’s long-term behavior. In the late 1970s, Dr. Hasselmann created a machine that could connect short-term climate, like rain, with long-term climates, like the ocean.

Dr. Perisi discovered the interplay of disorder and fluctuations in physical systems, which are atoms and a planet’s entire atmosphere. Also, all three scientists have been working very hard to understand the natural systems controlling climate change for a while. Their discoveries have also provided us with predictions on how climate change will advance.

Manabe also worked on predicting the weather for a week, but anything beyond that was unpredictable. Parasi said at the news conference that he didn’t expect to win, but he knew he would win.