Jane Holtz Kay, Predictor of Climate ...

Jane Holtz Kay, Predictor of Climate Change, Dies at 74

There are 1 comment on the FiveThirtyEight story from Nov 20, 2012, titled Jane Holtz Kay, Predictor of Climate Change, Dies at 74. In it, FiveThirtyEight reports that:

Jane Holtz Kay calculated in her 1997 book, "Asphalt Nation," that in less time than it takes you to read this sentence, Americans riding around in cars and trucks will dump another 180,000 pounds of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere - and thereby accelerate global warming and hasten the advent of catastrophic flooding in coastal cities like New ... (more)

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Skeptic

Fordland, MO

#1 Nov 21, 2012
There is absolutely no scientific evidence to support the theory that Jane Holtz Kay is dead. This is just a rumor started by a bunch of left wing extremists hoping to cash in on the publicity it will generate. They sure don't report this sort of liberal nonsense at Fox NEWS.

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