Why Katherine Hayhoe Thinks Time Began In 1970

Katherine Hayhoe is not your ordinary young Earth creationist. Most of her graphs start around 1970. Here is why.

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6 Responses to Why Katherine Hayhoe Thinks Time Began In 1970

  1. emsnews says:

    She was born that year! See? 🙂

  2. Sharpshooter says:

    Born that year, stuck on stupid!

  3. Curt says:

    These claims of recent heavy precipitation events in the US must be very carefully evaluated in terms of “time of observation bias”. During this time frame, the measurements at many stations were moved from late afternoon to early morning.

    Since a large percentage of heavy precipitation events are late afternoon thunderstorms, the old time tended to split many of them into two days of lesser precipitation. Now, that’s not so.

  4. tom0mason says:

    Because as the song at the beginning of the 1970s said –

    “When the moon is in the Seventh House
    And Jupiter aligns with Mars
    Then peace will guide the planets
    And love will steer the stars

    This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius
    The Age of Aquarius
    Aquarius! Aquarius! ”

    5TH DIMENSION Age Of Aquarius Lyrics
    Ya, man you’d gatta be there to dig the fab grooves goin’ down!

  5. Well, there’s a deep pit in 1958 on your graph, and I am amazed that she didn’t fall into it with her attempts to harvest cherries.

    Ah, she did:

    Hayhoe tells OneNewsNow that heavy precipitation is now a lot more common than it used to be, including in the Northeastern U.S. The third U.S. National Climate Assessment from May 2014 shows the risk of very heavy precipitation events in the Northeast has increased by 71% from 1958 to 2012. Hayhoe adds that when the earth gets warmer, more water evaporates into the atmosphere.

    “So when a storm comes along, there is more water for it to pick up today than there was 50 or 100 years ago,” she explains. “That’s why our rainfalls are often getting more extreme.”

    Curiously, she uses “the risk” of events as the increase, not the events themselves.

    The cherry picking includes the National Climate Assessment, of course.

    ===|==============/ Keith DeHavelle

  6. thegriss says:

    Its not Hayhoe… its …. ho, hum !

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