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Climate Change, Chaos, and Inexact Computing: Tim Palmer Public Lecture

How well can we predict climate change? The forecast for our future may lie at the intersection of chaos theory and a new breed of supercomputing, Tim Palmer explains in his public lecture from Perimeter Institute on May 4, 2016.

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