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This morning, "Piers Morgan Live" covered all angles of the devastating "mile wide" tornado that struck the town of Moore, Okla. Monday and killed at least 51. Joining Piers Morgan live in studio, Scientist Bill Nye talked to the host about the possibility this type of tornado could occur again:
"You can't say from any one storm that this is a result of, let's say, climate change," Nye explained. "This is a much more powerful storm than the one that everybody talks about - May 3, 1999 - because it's wider, cutting a wider swathe"
Nye had one reminder for everyone:
"I just want to remind us all it's going to happen again," he said. "The statistic I saw was America gets at least 1,000 tornadoes every year. Last year in the whole of the year, 70 people were killed by tornadoes."