Hayhoe Huffed And Puffed Until She Blew Their House Down

As wildfires were eating away at Colorado and New Mexico last month, Katharine Hayhoe, a Christian geoscience professor at Texas Tech University, said in a column for Sojourners that “the answer is clear: God has given us the freedom and the ability to make choices. These choices have consequences.

Hayhoe, who described friends praying fervently that their homes would be saved, recently co-authored a study published in Ecosphere that connected energy choices, such as coal-burning electricity, to climate change and ultimately an increased risk of wildfire in the western U.S.

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Choices do have consequences. Her friends chose to build homes in the middle of an incendiary device known as pine forest, and their houses burned down.

Shutting down the national power grid will not stop the natural forest cycle from occurring. Katherine appears to have the critical thinking skills of a rhubarb root.

What exactly is a Christian geoscience professor? I missed that class when I was in college.

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7 Responses to Hayhoe Huffed And Puffed Until She Blew Their House Down

  1. Brian G Valentine says:

    “What exactly is a Christian geoscience professor?”

    One of several thousand different ways people can use as an excuse for getting “picked on” by “deniers” for “telling it like it is”

  2. John B., M.D. says:

    She wants to be one with nature. That should include not suppressing wildfires as that allows fuel to build up.

  3. ntesdorf says:

    “Christian Geoscience Professor” means that you would like to prove that the World was created in 4004 B.C. ???

  4. jimash1 says:

    I am going to have to mention this to the next alarmist who assails me
    with 99% of climate scientists but cannot name a single one.
    Because frequently these fools are also atheists.

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