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On the heels of a debate that lasted just under two hours and streamed live on cnn.com, on Tuesday evening Piers Morgan asked both Bill Nye and Ken Ham to join his program with additional insights and further reaction.
Touted as an evolution versus creationism discussion, Nye followed the interaction with Ham by offering his analysis of the extreme weather that is quickly becoming commonplace around the world:
"You cannot tie any one event to climate change," allowed the gentleman forever known as "Bill Nye the Science Guy." "But interestingly enough, there is new statistical evidence ... that extreme heat events can be tied to climate change. So that when more heat energy is in the atmosphere, you expect more storms."
Seated directly next to Nye, Ham looked to clarify his position on Global Warming:
"I didn't say I believe in global warming," noted the CEO of "Answers in Genesis", before the "Piers Morgan Live" host pressed the issue.
"I was under the assumption you don't believe in global warming as an entity," said Morgan.
As Ham attempted to refute the statement, Nye came to Morgan's aid:
"You mentioned it on a radio broadcast. There was a link to it," he interjected.
At this juncture, Ham aimed to summarize the specifics of his actual position:
"One of the things that we say is the fact that climates do change and when you do a lot of investigation as to what's actually happening and why that's happening, there's a difference between what you observe, and then interpreting the reasons," he noted. "A lot more research needs to be done in this area."
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