Climate Change 101 with Bill Nye | National Geographic

Climate Change 101 with Bill Nye | National Geographic

Climate Change is a real and serious issue. In this video Bill Nye, the Science Guy, explains what causes climate change, how it affects our planet, why we need to act promptly to mitigate its effects, and how each of us can contribute to a solution.
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  1. I live in Canada. Northern Canada. I always have. Winter sucks deep fried donkey balls just as bad today as it did in 1974. If there is climate change then bring it. Seriously. We want it. It's – 42 here some days. Try starting your Corolla at – 42 for three weeks and then tell me all about climate change. Dear Bill: STFU, Love, everyone.

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  2. CLIMATE CHANGE IS CYCLIC YOU PSYCHO !!!! HOW ELSE DO YOU EXPLAIN GRAPE YARDS APPEARING UNDER THE MELTING ICELANDIC ICECAPS ?????

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  3. All 17 US intelligence agencies, 100% !, who are effectively the experts in their field told us they were certain Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, so that means they must have had WMDs right?
    Same thing here, and it doesn't take an expert to see through this phony science money spinning, people blaming hoax.

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  4. Regardless of climate change being our fault or natural it's effects will be the same. Bad.
    Now ask yourself. Would our world, all it's inhabitants, and all of their investments. Would we let the weather change if we could stop it?
    The answers should be "No".
    However what If we knew it was natural? Would we challenge the natural order of things, only to preserve our way of life as it's been traditionally?
    I like to think we wouldn't. Not unless we want our planet to end up looking like Mars.
    But I can't see any super power Country becoming the next Antarctica. Not if they could somehow stop it.

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  5. Over the past few weeks I have noticed a considerable drop in the number of alarmist posting in these threads. It seems their grip is loosening. A large crowd of people can be scared into hysteria but with time they calm down from realizing it was a hoax. Too bad trillions have been already wasted. Seems many like Al Gore are laughing all the way to the bank.

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  6. eat less meat!!!! yes!!!!! I wish more time was spent on that subject!! but I am happy that it was even mentioned!!

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  7. you got to remember we live 149 million kilometers away from the sun and
    Venus is only 109 million kilometers, so this is why we are heating up
    like Venus. i think… maybe… 40 million k's yeah….we must have moved 40 million k's closer to the sun and fallen out of the Goldilocks zone and right into the 3 bears den….. I don't think this guy has visited wikileaks lately and downloaded climategate emails and sat and read them. FOOL

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  8. We should not make the same mistake as Krypton,if we don't reduce our use of fossil fuels and natural gaz we will not survive another 1000 years

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  9. Climate change is a fact. But there is no way to convince you conservatives and fossil fuel industry zombies, so why bother arguing intelligently? You anti-science people are monkeys.

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  10. the earth is being destroyed. are we going to find new answers to this dilemma and somehow evolve, or do we stop here by saying we can't go any further.

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  11. Informative, but with some inaccuracies. The notion that humans are causing warming is true, but the amount of warming is extremely tiny. How do we know this? The fact that CO2 has steadily climbed, but temperature has been up and down like crazy. This shows that CO2 has very weak control over temperature. Yes, it's a greenhouse gas, but it's a small (less than 5%) of the greenhouse effect; water vapor takes the lion's share (95%). We also know this because the Holocene has already had several warm periods, one every 1,000 years or so. That's not 9 natural and 1 man made; that's 10 natural, with humans contributing very, very little to each one. Our latest warm period is the weakest of the 10, which means that humans and their CO2 are not contributing very much at all to Global Warming.

    But the far more critical aspect to the "climate change" debate is that Global Warming is good. Global Warming made civilization possible 12,000 years ago. Global Warming has reduced storms (both hurricanes and tornadoes, as shown by the data from Dr. Ryan Maue, and NOAA, respectively). And Global Warming reduces droughts and deserts. We know this because land will never get rain from cold oceans; it takes evaporation. And this is how Global Warming made civilization possible 12,000 years ago. Also, the far warmer Holocene Optimum (a global phenomenon) made the Sahara green for nearly 3,000 years.

    Someone has a dark agenda trying to convince the world that Warming is bad and CO2 is causing warming. Both are wrong. But who would do such a thing? Biggest Oil Rockefellers started the "climate change" hoax through their UN front man, the late Maurice Strong (Canadian big oil). So,… big oil is supporting both sides? Looks that way. And when you think about it, this is quite clever. It's like a banking family financing both sides of every war. Not only do they get twice the profits, but they get to control the outcome.

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  12. Where did You get your info for this video. Can you please tell me, I would like to cite the sources for a project of mine

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  13. But the natural process of this global warming has been altered by humans for money and greed,obviously or else how can you explain the constant carbon dioxide blackening dust all over the planet covering our most prestigious possessions such cars, air plains, boats, I believe climate change is both man-made, And Natura and don't forget our star the sun is dying slowly;it's luminosity is getting stronger than 30 year ago, thank you!!

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  14. This is terrible, obvious and intentional misinformation. The current warming has gone far beyond the range of normal Milakovich cycles.

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