There are some things that are undeniable facts, ie if it looks like a duck, talks like a duck, quacks like a duck, it's a duck.
It seems like a very, very simple way to live your life, but sometimes simplicity is the most difficult thing to attain, because you have to cut through a lot of BS to get there. Like when I really wanted to buy a 1989 Porsche 944. Now I could get the car for super cheap, but every single one of my mechanic friends told me to save myself the heartache and even if I dumped a few thousand dollars into fixing the thing that I wasn't really going to be getting that much car for my money.
Now my heart was screaming, "late '80s Porsche" but the facts were facts: I have zero technical know-how when it comes to cars and with the amount of money I'd spend fixing and maintaining that bad boy, I could get a much better, more reliable, newer car. As much as it hurt to hear, the facts were the facts.
So I think I can understand how Tucker Carlson felt when he debated Bill Nye about climate change and was presented with, well, the facts.
If you want to check out the best part of the interview, head to 7:49 and just watch Tucker Carlson's face for the next 45 seconds or so.
Bill's no stranger to climate change, he's done tons of interviews and presented on the subject numerous times. Here he it is breaking down the science behind why it's real.
Bill Nye's right: Science does rule.
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