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Chelyablinsk, ice hole

By Bill Nye | Published: February 15, 2013 – 3:52 pm

Chelyablinsk, ice hole

15 Responses to “Chelyablinsk, ice hole”

  1. Lori Reed says:

    Wow! This is fascinating! I like the way you can take a topic like this and make it so accessible to the rest of us! Thanks again, Bill!

  2. Benny says:

    Wow, this is cool! I love your website!

  3. I haven’t seen the website yet but I think I will like it

  4. flame says:

    cool bill

  5. hi bill why are you are not doing the show it is cool and funny

  6. Nick says:

    Wow this is very amazing thanks for the information, Bill!

  7. dani says:

    wowzzah!! this ice hole the most exciting thing i ever seen in my hole life. thanks bill for showing us this :)!!!

  8. jordan says:

    my whole science class sings the theam song

  9. yekta says:

    haha, cool!

  10. Carley says:

    Hi Bill we all love your videos in school we were watching the one about the cells. Keep being awesome!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Bri says:

    Your amazing!! Keep it up. Your giving my 6th grade class lots of science fair project ideas.

  12. Matthew west says:

    That’s one big ice hole

  13. Rich R says:

    We better get real about this. The only sure way to divert the asteroid is with a large nuclear explosive. We have them now, and we have the rocket technology. Let’s not dismantle all of these devices.

  14. Nervous Sam says:

    Thanks for posting about this, Bill. Very interesting and I love the photos.

  15. seynabou sall says:

    you have really inspired my students thank you for everything

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