By Abdul Kimera
For the whole of this week, Nobel prizes are going to be issued out to the selected participants.
The Royal Swedish Academy of sciences has decided to award the 2021 Nobel prize in physics to a trio for groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of complex physical systems.
Sykuro Manabe a Japanese, Klaus Hasselmann from Germany and Giorgio Parisi from Italy were the three awarded this year’s award for discoveries in climate modeling and complex physical systems.
Doctor Parisi also a professor at the Sapienza University of Rome has done several discoveries on the theory of complex systems and has won several awards for this work including the Max plank medal in 2011, high energy and particle physics prize in 2015, and also the Pomeranchuk prize in 2018
The one half of the 2021 Nobel physics prize was for the discovery of the interplay of disorder and fluctuations in physical systems from atomic to planetary scales.
Doctor Hasselman who also serves as a professor at the Max Plank Institute for meteorology was awarded for his created model that linked together weather and climate.
He, together with his friends, came up with methods that have been used to prove that the increased temperature in the atmosphere is due to human emissions of carbon dioxide
Syukuro Manabe who is a senior meteorologist at Princeton university in the United States is also known for demonstrating how ozone and carbon dioxide play important roles in maintaining the temperatures of the earth.
For the past two years, the Swedish royal academy of sciences has been honoring findings in the files of astronomy that saw Canadian researcher James Peebles winning it in 2019 followed by a trio of Roger Penrose Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez in 2020.
On October 6, the award of chemistry will also be awarded. This will be followed by that of literature on Thursday. On Friday, the peace prize will be awarded.