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Of course: Louisiana floods give Bill Nye opportunity to extend predictability streak

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By Doug Powers  •  August 23, 2016 08:18 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

This guy’s determined to be the loudest hee-hawing jackass in Al Gore’s AGW jackass sales force, and he’s definitely way in the lead:

As Louisiana tries to dry out and start rebuilding after last week’s catastrophic flooding, Bill Nye has an ominous message: It’s going to happen again.

“This is a result of climate change,” Nye told CNN’s Chris Cuomo on “New Day” Tuesday. “It’s only going to get worse.”

The unprecedented floods damaged more than 60,000 homes and killed 13 people. But because the flooding was caused by smaller individual storms, it didn’t attract the attention and response that larger storms — such as hurricanes Sandy, Katrina or Rita — garnered.

Nye said due to the effects of climate change, the region will be hit again by these smaller storms and suffer more catastrophic floods.
“As the ocean gets warmer, which it is getting, it expands,” he explained. “And then as the sea surface is warmer, more water evaporates. And so it’s very reasonable that these storms are connected to these big effects.”

The next time there’s a drought Nye will blame the same thing, and then later blame those inconsistencies on climate change. If anybody notices, Nye might then wonder if things would be better if doubters were in jail.

**Written by Doug Powers

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