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A government official confirms the scariest thing in 'Stranger Things' may actually be real

While viewers the world over have fallen in love with Netflix's original sci-fi series "Stranger Things," there's some comfort in the fact that the eerie story is fiction. But what if one of the scariest aspects of the show were real? On Wednesday's episode of "Chelsea," host Chelsea Handler had  United States Secretary of Energy  Ernest Moniz on to discuss the very real threat of climate change.
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