Bill Nye Has A ‘F**king’ Message For Y’all! WATCH!

Federico Mansilla
May 14, 2019

Recently, Bill Nye had a segment on John Oliver's HBO show "Last Week Tonight" where he kept it very candid about climate change.

Bill Nye spoke on emissions and how there is a potential risk of the average temperature on Earth rising a few degrees, and summed it up by saying "What I'm saying is the planet's on f**king fire".

"There are a lot of things we could do to put it out." he said, gesturing to the sand, blanket, and fire extinguisher, "Are any of them free?" No, of course not, nothing's free, you idiots! Ed Markey (D-MA) and freshman congresswoman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).

Nye remarks come after the Senate voted down the Green New Deal package by a vote of 57-0.

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However, Nye is no longer playing nice when it comes to explaining the danger of climate change to grown-ups. The video sketch followed John Oliver speaking favorably about the deal and Bill Nye donned his traditional lab coat, bow-tie, and safety glasses yet he wasn't the same science expert children grew up with on PBS and its affiliates. "Do you have a fun experiment for us".

"Safety glasses off." He finished, before blowing on the globe, still on fire, and walking off screen. You may see the full segment as it played out with John Oliver and Bill Nye in the video player below. Putting a fee on carbon creates incentives to emit less carbon, and, more importantly, it also incentivizes the development of low-carbon technology, which is huge, because that's vital to reducing emissions globally.

After explaining the idea being carbon taxes, and the difficulty politicians have getting people to accept the idea of a new tax, Nye returns for another experiment to cut through all the talk.

Bill Nye is incredibly passionate about climate change, so much so that he dropped the F-bomb in a rant & fans are losing it! You're not children anymore. But you're adults now, and this is an actual crisis, got it? "As a man who has studied the science of meteorology for over 60 years and received the AMS (American Meteorological Society's) "Meteorologist of the Year" award, I am totally offended that Nye gets the press and media attention he does".

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