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Climate Change demo

By Bill Nye | Published: November 14, 2011 – 9:28 pm

Climate Change demo

5 Responses to “Climate Change demo”

  1. Dan says:

    Hi bill! It’s me Dan and I was wondering if you were doing any new projects for cornell? Also I liked your experiment but does that do anything that would affect people today, e.g. This helps us by cooking with a air tight pan and put co2 inside it so our scrambled eggs would cook faster becouse I’m kind of confused right now about that.
    Enjoy your day,
    Dan

  2. Bailey says:

    Heyy Bill! I’ve never seen you in a vid, but your theme song rules! BILL NYE THE SCIENCE GUY!

  3. Rigoberto says:

    Hi Bill Nye,
    I am an SDSU student who grew up watching your show. My concern is that we do not produce enough cost effective ways to go green. In 2012 we expect apartments to finally be required to set up recycling for their buildings in California, something I know I have pleaded with my former landlords and received no action because it is costly. I have switched my household good shopping to highly concentrated organic substitutes I purchase online. Because of what is perceived as higher prices, most people I have introduced to the company quit shopping within five months. With the rising economy prices, many fear spending more to do the right thing.
    What do you believe can help to change people’s outlooks to either spend a little more on doing the right thing or helping to provide more cost effective products to substitute environmentally harmful behaviors?

  4. BIlly Jr says:

    I really LOVE watching your episodes, they entertain me soooooo much!

  5. BIlly Bob says:

    Hi Bill Nye,
    I am an SDSU student who grew up watching your show. My concern is that we do not produce enough cost effective ways to go green. In 2012 we expect apartments to finally be required to set up recycling for their buildings in California, something I know I have pleaded with my former landlords and received no action because it is costly. I have switched my household good shopping to highly concentrated organic substitutes I purchase online. Because of what is perceived as higher prices, most people I have introduced to the company quit shopping within five months. With the rising economy prices, many fear spending more to do the right thing.
    What do you believe can help to change people’s outlooks to either spend a little more on doing the right thing or helping to provide more cost effective products to substitute environmentally harmful behaviors?h!

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