["Quo Vadis" is latin for "where are you going?"]
It is worth reading. It is particularly good that he offers some concrete precautions for experimentalists running computational codes.
I thought the following characterisation of theoretical chemistry was disappointingly narrow:
Theoreticians are primarily interested in testing the performance and limitations of newly developed computational methods, for example by systematic validation on established benchmarks or through proof-of-principle calculations.Overall I prefer the articles I highlighted in 5 papers every computational chemistry student should read, together with Hoffmann's 1974 article on theory in chemistry and Zewail's article on the future of chemical physics.
Those articles place a much greater emphasis on theory providing unifying concepts.
I thank Seth Olsen for bringing the article to my attention.