Climate models need to include biomass according to Dyson

With all the column inches, news minutes and megabytes of web space being dedicated to the Climate crisis and the models that help to demonstrate the crisis, it came as an eye opener to read that these models do not include biomass i.e. the clouds, the dust, the chemistry, and the biology of fields and farms and forests.
This is something that British-born physicist Freeman Dyson discusses in his book Many Colored Glass: Reflections on the Place of Life in the Universe. He also believes that a warm climate may not be a bad thing as it points back to a climate that existed 6000 years ago.

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