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Bill Nye's 'Twin Brother' Reveals the Truth About Climate Change and Fossil Fuels

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Bill Nye's 'Twin Brother' Reveals the Truth About Climate Change and Fossil Fuels

Often the best way to illustrate the absurdity of the arguments of the fossil fuel industry and its friends is through satire. Just look at three champions of satire: Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and John Oliver.

The Guardian's latest video takes a chapter out of their book by having Bill Nye's "twin brother," Andy Nye, finally reveal the "truth" about climate change and fossil fuels.

Seymour Smaug, host of "Climate Change Denier News," has Andy Nye as a guest to get answers to the questions nobody else is asking like: "Are oil spills actually good for the environment?" and "Is coal edible ... and delicious?"

Check it out here:

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