Katherine Hayhoe Hasn’t Heard Of Oklahoma

Katherine Hayhoe lives close to Oklahoma, but is unaware that half of that state fled the heat and drought of the 1930’s and moved to California  Perhaps they don’t read Steinbeck in Canadian schools?


‘A Climate for Change:’ A Presentation by Katharine Hayhoe

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10 Responses to Katherine Hayhoe Hasn’t Heard Of Oklahoma

  1. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    Hey leave us out of it. We have our very own nutbars like Suzuki. Hayhoe is a Texas Eco Loonie.

    Just saying 🙂

  2. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    We generally don’t consider Toronto part of the Great White North, but I was fooled by her fake Texas accent. On the other hand Steve McIntyre is a true blue Canuckistani and he lives there.

    Very embarrassing . . . Hayhoe and Suzuki

  3. gator69 says:

    And speaking of Cameron, the first 6 seconds of this trailer will tell you all you need to know about his knowledge and honesty.

  4. Olaf Koenders says:

    As for the picture, living on an island of silt should be a warning..

  5. kuhnkat says:

    Don’t forget that Gorebull Warming has nothing to do with these people’s problems. With the urging of modern types they moved into inappropriate dwellings and locations instead of their historic type of buildings.

    The land naturally erodes and deposits in these areas. Not correctly called land… More like bogs in the summer and permafrost in the winter. These low lying areas are always subject to changes in river flow. Their elders talk about how the sea went down and got farther away as part of the reason for the move to the current location in the 50’s. Anyone know of sea level dropping mid 20th century?? Didn’t think so. Natural delta depositions.


    The pictures in this article make it blatantly obvious that this is NOT an appropriate place for permanent dwellings without extensive work similar to what is done around New Orleans and other areas to stabilize river routes and minimize erosion.

    Here is another opinion:


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