Saturday, January 25, 2014

Video - Debate on the Science of Climate Change

Bill Nye takes on fast talking climate denier Marc Morano on CNN's Pierce Morgan. Few popular news sources have provided more of a platform for climate deniers than Pierce Morgan, however Nye does a good job taking on the ignorant views of Morano who says that rising levels of CO2 are "not a problem."

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