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Bill Nye and Marsha Blackburn go at it About Climate Change

Recently, Bill Nye and Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn engaged in a debate about climate change and its global effects.

  • It seems that after Bill Nye's big Evolutionism vs. Creationism debate with Ken Ham, everyone wants to take on Bill Nye the Science Guy.

    Recently, Bill Nye and Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn engaged in a debate about climate change and its global effects. Bill Nye argues on the side that climate change is a very real threat, possibly due to human intrusion, and he tries to explain that the government needs recognize these changes. Marsha Blackburn argues that climate change isn't the fault of humans of the many policies, that the government set energy companies, to halt carbon emissions that they produce shows that there is no changes over the years on the climate.

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