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Branding the Bat

By Bill Nye | Published: March 23, 2010 – 3:45 pm

With Baseball’s opening day just weeks away, I could hear the crack of another broken bat– even over the radio static. During a recent Dodger Ranger preseason game, the announcers spent a minute or two discussing the trouble with broken bat shrapnel heading toward the heads of infielders. I’ve looked into this; we could keep […]

By Bill Nye | Published: March 17, 2010 – 8:42 am

This week, I’m in Philadelphia for the U.S. National Science Teachers Convention. O, it’s a wild old party. There will be dinosaurs, rocks, and rockets; balloons, halogens, snakes, planets, and plutoids. I’ll be speaking on Thursday. This year, as Vice President of the Planetary Society, I’ll be describing and celebrating our Lightsail® solar sail project. […]

Mt. St. Helens this week

By Bill Nye | Published: March 8, 2010 – 1:45 pm

Greetings People of Science, I’ll be in Portland, Oregon this Thursday, March 11 to talk about volcanoes. Set aside a little time and come on down (or up from the Columbia) to First Congregational Church, 1126 SW Park Avenue. My talk starts at 7:00 pm. Like so many of you, I am a big fan […]

In Honor of Stephen Hawking

By Bill Nye | Published: March 2, 2010 – 10:28 am

On Saturday February 27, The Planetary Society honored Stephen Hawking with the Cosmos Award, named in honor of Carl Sagan. Professor Hawking delivered an insightful talk about balancing robot exploration with human spaceflight. Then our panel took questions from the British audience. We all want to extend our reach to distant destinations, especially Mars. For […]

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