Bill Nye ends up on CNN’s Earth Day panel with climate change skeptic, obliterates him with facts

How did your day go on April 20th?

Did you do something special? Did you even know it was Earth Day? Well, I don’t blame you, as many people didn’t know about it. What most people do know about is the horrible damage Carbon Dioxide is doing to our air. The climate change is real people.

That’s what the renowned  Bill Nye ‘The Science Guy’ said to a skeptic on CNN Earth Day panel. He loves to talk about climate change to media and alike but has no time to talk about it with the climate change skeptics.

The ‘Skeptic’ also know as William Happer is a physicist who thinks Carbon Dioxide is a ‘myth’ and also said “carbon dioxide is being demon-ized like Jewish people in Nazi Germany”.When he was asked about Happer’s Skepticism, he was all to happy to provide some facts about rising rate of carbon dioxide.


However, he did scold the hosts for doing a ‘disservice’ to their viewers.

“I will say, as much as I love the CNN, you’re doing a disservice by having one climate change skeptic, and not 97 or 98 scientists or engineers concerned about climate change,” Nye said, as he referred to the widespread consensus among many scientists that climate change is very real and ultimately caused by Human Activity.

“What he claims to not understand is the rate. It’s the speed at which we’re adding carbon dioxide,” Nye said. “What you got to get is the speed at which things are changing.”


Happer did press Nye later about global warming “temperature is not rising nearly as fast as the alarmists’ computer models predicted.”He added: “The whole basis for the alarm-ism is not true. It’s based on flawed computer modeling.”

Bill Nye leads demonstrators on a march to the U.S. Capitol during the March for Science in Washington, U.S., April 22, 2017. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein

Nye was quick to reply though

“That’s completely wrong. Say what you will, but you have it absolutely wrong.” 

Bill Nye did end all of this with a single line “Sir, with some respect,” Nye said. “I encourage you to cut this out so that we can all move forward and make the United States a world leader in technology.”

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