The Atlantic monthly had a piece on Dyson about two years ago. Dyson is arrogant and his son hates him. Anybody who disagrees with global warming must be wrong. Great service to the readers when they run an article like that.

But his comments on computer modeling---right on. I've used circuit simulators for years, and even in that relatively simple context, they have tons of weaknesses. Some of the arguments are also so circular. Like my advisor claiming that the observed warming must be due to human emitted C02 because the models can't explain it any other way. As if the models accurately include all known and unknown variables.