Great Interview! Taking into consideration other recent "big picture healthy skepticism's" by Sabine Hossenfelder (such as "The crisis in physics is not only about physics" or "Is Climate Change Inconvenient or Existential? Only Supercomputers Can Do the Math"), i wonder what Sabine's general confidence level is in the current climate models. An extra level of complexity not touched on in this interview, is the inherit highly political nature of climate models, that makes them prime targets for corruption, manipulation and weaponisation. Such "social uncertainties" should likely be factored into the models themselves to make them more robust and realistic - especially given these models are (almost by definition) highly "closed source" and exclusive, due to required specialized personnel, computational resources etc.