I have been a massive fan of Frank Herbert’s Dune since childhood due to the fantastical world he first envisioned many decades ago, to be able to look at it as a scientist was a fantastic experience and brought back that childhood wonder. So, I hope this work equally inspires others to learn about how our climate works, how we should not take our planet for granted and maybe even inspires the next generation of climate scientists.
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