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Bill Nye

  1. Nat Geo Announces Awesome Guests, 4/20 Premiere Date for Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Late-Night Talk Show

    Way to know a very specific segment of Cosmos' audience, guys.

    he National Geographic Channel announced this morning that Neil deGrasse Tyson's highly anticipated late-night talk show will premiere Monday, April 20th at 11 pm and feature George Takei, Christopher Nolan, retired Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, producer Norman Lear, Jimmy Carter and Richard Dawkins as guests (where my ladies at, yo?). Bill Nye is set to make a weekly appearance.

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  2. Bill Nye Talks Existence & Superheroes, Generally Gets Existential While Fixing A Fridge

    The moral of this video for me: I just really want to invite Bill Nye over for a lazy Sunday of discussing existence.

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  3. It’s 2015, Where’s My Flipping Flying Car? Bill Nye and VSauce Explain

    And sharks still look fake.

    Sigh. If Bill Nye himself thinks there are legitimate scientific reasons for why I'm not eating an instant pizza and riding my hoverboard through the Mars colony right now, I guess I'll have to take his word for it.

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  4. Bill Nye Talks About Wormholes, Time Travel, and Paradoxes With VSauce

    Science!!

    Time is an illusion, lunch time doubly so. That's why Jake from VSauce3 figured it would be a good idea to explain just what makes your average time travel paradox tick, by enlisting the help of our favorite Science Guy himself. You know, right up until he accidentally time travels him out of existence, maybe. Who were we talking about again?

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  5. Bill Nye Explains How His New Spacecraft Will Literally Sail the Solar System on Beams of Light

    As opposed to our recurring dreams, where he sails on rainbows.

    The Planetary Society's LightSail spacecraft are tiny satellites that need nothing but light from the sun to accelerate and sail through space. They'll get their first test flight in May of this year, so let Bill Nye explain how the amazing civilian-created spacecraft functions.

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  6. Bill Nye Activates Science Guy, Calls Out Patriots Coach/Other Bill’s Science Fail

    TBF his "Science Guy" side doesn't often seem *de-*activated

    Saturday found New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick making a scientific pronouncement to reporters re: the air pressure inside footballs as it relates to a pre-game tradition. It was a moment that resulted in Belichick being called "Bill Belichick the Science Guy."

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  7. Things We Saw Today: How Bill Nye Works

    He molded so many of our impressionable young minds. But what does the daily life of Bill Nye look like? Lifehacker's great "This Is How I Work" series has gifted us with an awesome look behind the scenes of an iconic man.

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  8. If Life Is out There, Why Hasn’t E.T. Phoned Earth? Bill Nye’s Got Some Ideas

    Because he's too busy phoning home, duh. Nobel prize, please.

    The Fermi paradox is the contradiction between the seemingly high probability of alien life and the sad fact that we've never observed any definitive proof that it exists. But don't worry; that doesn't necessarily mean we're all alone in the Universe.

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  9. Make Your Friday Night Way Better With Bill Nye Explaining Evolution Using Emojis

    *weird mask* *purple devil* *cat heart eyes* There, science.

    Bill Nye was pretty cool when I was growing up, but he's got to stay relevant to Kids These Days, you know? What better way to inform us of the facts of evolution, then, than with emojis? Bill Nye is totally with it. We love you, Bill Nye.

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  10. Spaceship Earth Grants Is Handing Out Civilian Trips to Space

    You don't even have to get the high score in Starfighter first!

    Hey, you! Yes, you—person who watches Star Trek and Star Wars all the time and generally just seems to love anything to do with stars—you know where all those stars come from? Space! And you can win a trip there—that is, provided that you promise to use your experience to help your community and fellow humans and not to set up a galactic empire to rule with space wizard powers.

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  11. Members of Congress Pushing to Look for Life on Europa to Help Life on Earth

    Despite warnings to attempt no landing there.

    Europa is one of the strongest possibilities for finding alien life within our solar system, so it's no surprise that NASA would want to explore it. The good news is that some members of congress think such a mission could benefit us Earthlings economically, which is good for its standing amid budget cuts.

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  12. Our Friend Bill Nye Did an AMA, Here Are Our Favorite Answers!

    And could we see a return of "The Science Guy" to television?

    Our Friend Bill Nye and some of his friends did a Reddit AMA today about searching for life on Jupiter's moon Europa. Nye's answered touched on some other excited subjects like the possibility of his return to television!

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  13. Satellites That Literally Sail on Light Get Official Launch Dates

    Where we're going, we don't need fuel.

    The Planetary Society has some pretty ambitious plans for their citizen-funded cubesats: They want to use light to let them maneuver around in orbit—and to other planets—completely propulsion-free. That plan will be a reality soon, because the little satellites just got their one-way tickets to space aboard some SpaceX and Air Force rockets.

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  14. StarTalk Radio Announces New Live Dates With Photo of Neil deGrasse Tyson and Bill Nye Being Buds

    Science bros for life.

    Good news if you're a StarTalk Radio fan in Seattle, Provincetown, or New York City. The show's hitting the road. Click the link in the tweet for more infor, or just admire Bill Nye and Neil deGrasse Tyson being adorable science bros.

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  15. Things We Saw Today: Our First Look At the Disney Villain’s Kids From Descendants

    I think I saw a Monster High set like this once.

    Welp, that is... pretty much how we expected them to look when we heard the words "Disney villain high school AU" for the first time. Starting left and going clockwise we have Booboo Stewart as Jafar's son Jay, Cameron Boyce as Cruella's son Carlos, Sofia Carlson as The Evil Queen's daughter Evie, and Dove Cameron as Maleficent's "Mal." (via Collider)

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  16. Our Friend Bill Nye Joined the Band Last Night on Late Night with Seth Meyers

    Can the next debate just be didgeridoo drowning out the arguments of climate change deniers?

    Last night Our Friend Bill Nye "sat in" for Fred Armisen in the Late Night band, i.e., threatened to play the didgeridoo and talked about all the "free-ass food" he was stealing from the show. Exactly where our priorities would be at, too.

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  17. Our Friend Bill Nye Makes It Weird With Pete Holmes on You Made It Weird

    Stop trying to stir up beef with Nye and Beakman, Pete!

    Bill Nye made an appearance on Pete Holmes' You Made it Weird podcast today, and it's a great interview if you have about two hours to fill. Holmes and Nye get into some territory we haven't heard Nye speak about before—like whether or not Beakman can go suck a dick*.

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  18. StarTalk Video Cosmic Queries Goes for Round 2 With Our Friends Bill Nye and Chuck Nice

    Take a few minutes to learn something and laugh at some jokes.

    Have a burning question about space, the Universe, or particle accelerators? Watch Part 2 of StarTalk's video edition of "Cosmic Queries" with Our Friends Bill Nye and Chuck Nice.

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  19. Watch: StarTalk Radio’s Video Cosmic Queries With Our Friend Bill Nye and Chuck Nice

    It's World Bow Tie Racing Champion Bill Nye!

    Our Friend Bill Nye continues his job filling in for Neil deGrasse Tyson as host of StarTalk Radio. This time around, they've introduced "Video Cosmic Queries" thanks to a partnership with GE. Watch Nye and co-host Chuck Nice go through listener questions about climate change, starting fire with sound, and more!

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  20. Our Friend Bill Nye and John Oliver Teamed up to Mock Climate Change Debates on Last Week Tonight

    Can we get more evidence on the hat subject, though? I'm not convinced.

    Debates on scientific topics like climate change can get pretty silly, but they get especially silly when Our Friend Bill Nye and John Oliver purposefully mock them on Last Week Tonight. Oliver's whole bit about climate change debates is really great, but if you're impatient, jump to the three minute mark to see Bill Nye join in.

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