Katharine Hayhoe: How the Melting Arctic Affects our Weather

September 1, 2016

Dr. Hayhoe knows how to tell the story in simple language.  More from this interview coming in new “This is Not Cool” video next week.


4 Responses to “Katharine Hayhoe: How the Melting Arctic Affects our Weather”

  1. Tommy Poo,

    Consider this to be my fourteenth request to you to retract (and apologize for) your lies about the NASA/GISS global-temperature work.

    Please don’t post anything here that does not contain said retraction and apology.

    • dumboldguy Says:

      An exercise in futility—-Tommy Poo never responds to anything but the strange voices in his head.

      Asking him to not comment unless he retracts and apologizes for his past stupidities is like taking a dog on a two mile walk and “asking” him not to sniff any bush he encounters or pee on it.. Dogs will be dogs, and Tommy Poo will be what he is also—-a delusional, ignorant, denier moron.

      Speaking of morons, who are the two who gave you thumbs down for your comment and why don’t they have the courage to tell us why they’re displeased?

  2. andrewfez Says:

    She’s a good speaker. If i want to record something into the mic, I have to do 10 tries and then edit it all together.

  3. MorinMoss Says:

    Now that we’re into September, the Arctic sea ice is fast approaching the minimum extent for the year.
    And it looks like it’ll be a new 2nd place, slightly less than 2007 which was a dramatic drop from any previous year in the satellite record.
    I guess it’ll be some time before the change in *volume* can be reliably determined.


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