Bill Nye

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Mad Libs—DSA Edition: Bill Nye Surprised AOC at SXSW to Talk About Climate Change

Just watch the video already.
River Donaghey
Desus & Mero

Watch Bill Nye Debunk the Flat Earth Conspiracy Theory

Bill Nye the Science Guy came on 'Desus & Mero' to teach Kyrie Irving a lesson.
Sarah Bellman
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Bill Nye Drinks Wine with a Climate Change Denier in the Trailer for His Doc

The upcoming film 'Bill Nye: Science Guy' will hit theaters later this year.
VICE Staff
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PBS Is Bringing the Bill Nye Documentary to Theaters

The film follows the Science Guy as he tries to shed his children's show personality to become an advocate for rational scientific thinking.
River Donaghey
Just ask Pluto

Bill Nye Didn't 'Censor' Gender Science, He Updated it Because That's How Science Works

Science evolves. We used to think the Earth was flat, remember?
Kaleigh Rogers
Desus & Mero

Neil deGrasse Tyson Tries to Explain the Cosmos to Desus and Mero

The legendary astrophysicist talks Bill Nye, the Bronx, and rainbows on VICELAND's 'Desus & Mero.'
Sarah Bellman

Conservatives Are Freaking Out About Bill Nye's 'Sick Ice Cream Orgy'

The science guy used ice cream to tackle conversion therapy, and things have gotten heated.
Dan Bratman

Bill Nye Wants to Save the World and Make You Less Stupid, Too

The Science Guy talks about his new Netflix show, saluting Buzz Aldrin, and why going to Mars is potentially easier than we think.
Larry Fitzmaurice
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Bill Nye Sends Karlie Kloss to Teach Desiigner About the Horrors of Climate Change

The segment from Nye's new show, 'Bill Nye Saves the World,' makes for excellent Earth Day viewing.
Alex Robert Ross
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Here's a Brief Conversation Between Bill Nye and Tyler, The Creator

You can also hear snippets of Tyler's new theme for 'Bill Nye Saves the World.'
Alex Robert Ross
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Bill Nye's New Netflix Show Will Save Us All

The Science Guy is coming back in April, and he might be just what our turbulent earth so desperately needs right now.
River Donaghey
Noisey News

Queen's Brian May Is Going to Save the World from Killer Asteroids

The UN has declared the guitarist's Asteroid Day a real thing to be celebrated worldwide.
Phil Witmer