Katherine Hayhoe’s Magical Ruler

We can measure the extent to which natural levels of heat-trapping gases in our atmosphere regulate and maintain our climate.

Climate Change: Evangelical Scientists Say Limbaugh Wrong, Faith and Science Compliment One Another

That’s amazing. And all this time I thought alarmists were just pulling numbers out of their asses.

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10 Responses to Katherine Hayhoe’s Magical Ruler

  1. omanuel says:

    They were. They fooled themselves into believing that consensus science purchased with public funds were valid.

    When nations were separate, the integrity of science was protected by national competition.

    Here is a one-page synopsis of the results of forming the UN on 24 Oct 1945.


    The story was first summarized in four messages to the Congressional Space Science & Technology Committee, beginning on 4 July 2013 – the 237rd anniversary of the birth of our nation:



    Oliver K. Manuel Former NASA Principal Investigator for Apollo

    Sent from my iPhone

  2. miked1947 says:

    They are pulling stuff from their A$$, because despite her claims there is no way to make those measurements.

  3. squid2112 says:

    heat-trapping gases

    ROFLMAO … and exactly what gases might those be? .. just curious, as I would like to insulate my house with them thar “heat-trapping gases” …

  4. Latitude says:

    anyone else think that ‘science’ has over played it’s hand………

  5. slimething says:

    More people I know that are Christians think the global warming scam is just that…..a scam and part of a larger scheme for one world governance (namely the U.N.) to control money, food and energy. Agenda 21 fits the bill perfectly, and I wouldn’t doubt Hayhoe supports it.

  6. ACR says:

    Science is hard. So is English. The headline writer used “compliment” instead of “complement”.

  7. gator69 says:

    Maybe someone should slip K-K-K-Katie a copy of AR4, when the m-m-m-moon shines…

    “2.9.1 Uncertainties in Radiative Forcing”

    When it comes to understanding climate drivers, 13 out of 16 forcings are listed as ‘low’ to ‘very low’ in 2.9.1 Uncertainties in Radiative Forcing of AR4.

    • bubbagyro says:

      I think Katie should go back to her graduate student lounge and again put on her double beer can hat to come up with some new “theories” to guide her.

      Hay Hay Hoe Hoe!
      Katie’s really in the know!
      Hay Yo Heidi Ho!
      Our generation won’t know snow!

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