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See the three claims here (the claims are that the models "presume that changes will be gradual and linear", that the models "fail to recognize" certain thresholds, and that the models don't "adequately allow for low probability impacts that may have catastrophic costs"):

https://phys.org/news/2020-07-...mics-nobel-good.html

Nordhaus' models—which presume that changes will be gradual and linear—fail to recognise the potential and danger of these "tipping points", scientists say. Nor do they adequately allow for low probability impacts that may have catastrophic costs.

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