Mikey Mann Thinks Oklahoma Never Had A Dust Storm Before

h/t to Tom Nelson

Twitter / MichaelEMann: @afreedma @pdykstra Well, this …

The Three Stooges might want to learn a little history before twittering in their pants. Perhaps Andrew Freedman meant that AGW is a decelerant?

(Picture from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration.)

Dust Storms: “Dust Storm Near Beaver, Oklahoma.” (July 14, 1935)

Great Depression Picture – A Dust Storm in Oklahoma

The current drought is one of the least serious in Oklahoma history.

Oklahoma, Palmer Modified Drought Index (PMDI), 24-Month Period Ending in September, 1897-2012


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4 Responses to Mikey Mann Thinks Oklahoma Never Had A Dust Storm Before

  1. Brian G Valentine says:

    How could any university hire this dung head. He doesn’t have a great academic record. I don’t believe he has contributed a thing that hasn’t been discredited. Normally, someone with such a track record would not be a faculty member for very long.

  2. Mann brings in huge research grants. On that basis alone he is an academic star.

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