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The 2021 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to three scientists who “contributed to our understanding of complex physical systems.” The first half of the prize was shared evenly between meteorologist Shakuro Manabe and Klaus Hasselmann, and the second was given to physicist Giorgio Percy. In the formation of the Nobel Committee, Manabe and Hasselmann were asked to “make physical models of the Earth’s climate, to assess the magnitude of variations and to make reliable predictions of global warming,” and to Percy “to discover the interaction of physical disorders and fluctuations.” For “given. From the nuclear system to the scales of the planets. Medoza asked physicist Artem Korzymanov, an employee of the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Applied Physics and author of the popular science telegram channel Fish, to talk about the work of this year’s winners.