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Asteroids and Us

By Bill Nye | Published: February 15, 2013 – 4:00 pm

My O my, wow… the 7,000-ton meteor over the Chelyabinsk region slammed into our atmosphere at 15,000 km per hour (33,000 miles an hour). Witnesses could see the flash of light 500 kilometers away. It was probably 15-meters (50 feet) across. When these things hit the atmosphere they just blow up. It’s not combustion, at […]

Check it out! Brand New Consider The Following Videos

By Bill Nye | Published: May 30, 2012 – 10:08 am

On the Bill Nye the Science Guy® show, I often added a segment that was part of that episode’s topic that I felt was important and just plain interesting. I called them “Consider The Following.” Recently, we made several more. They’re not part of a show, they’re for you, right now, here on the internet. […]

Response to Watt’s Up

By Bill Nye | Published: November 14, 2011 – 9:31 pm

O my friends, I have received numerous messages asking about the voice-over I did for the Climate Reality Project. My voice describes an experiment or demonstration that I’ve performed several times over the last 15 years. You can put pure carbon dioxide in a vessel, illuminate it with a bright hot lamp, and its temperature […]

Telling Time

By Bill Nye | Published: August 10, 2011 – 4:35 pm

My father wore a beautiful gold wristwatch. It was how a young traveling salesman made sure he was on time for his appointments. To energize the movement, he had to wind it everyday. This was before we could all carry mobile phones accurate to milliseconds. Timekeeping was a bit of a fascination for my dad. […]

Geometry Theorems in Sidewalk Chalk

By Bill Nye | Published: December 13, 2010 – 8:33 pm

Sunday morning around 9:00 am, I was riding my bike up and down some of the steeper hills in the fabled Hollywood Hills, which are to be sure not far from home. I like to feel the burn and appreciate the focus that steep climbs require, arrrgghhh… I came upon three 8th graders with chalk […]

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