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96%VideoDec 2012

Climate 101

(4:34) Bill Nye demonstrates climate change in a tabletop experiment that even deniers can get their heads around.


95%VideoNov 2013

Right wing media needs a science class

(1:34) "Tide goes in, tide goes out. Never a miscommunication." That is the extent of Bill O'Reilly's understanding of science. Other consevative pundits didn't fare much better. Thank God for Bill Nye.


95%VideoDec 2014

Bill Nye explains why climate change is so hard to stop

(2:45) If the United States were out in front, the whole world would follow.


94%VideoDec 2012

Bill Nye: Creationism is just wrong!

(6:03) We know how old the Earth is, the topic's not even up for debate. But when tax dollars intended for science education, are used to teach something that is simply wrong, then it becomes political.


94%VideoMar 2014

Bill Nye sinks Noah's Ark

(4:39) Science Guy Bill Nye sinks the Bible's boat with logic and evidence.


94%VideoAug 2016

Bill Nye rips CNN's climate change denying meteorologist

(5:21) When commenting on the devastating flooding of Louisiana, Bill Nye called out CNN for having a climate change denying weather expert.


93%VideoAug 2012

Bill Nye: Don't deny evolution to your kids, because we need them

(2:32) If you don't believe in evolution, understanding the world becomes fantastically complicated, because your world view won't fit the world you observe.


93%VideoSep 2014

John Oliver - Climate Change Debate

(4:27) John Oliver hosts a mathematically representative climate change debate, with the help of special guest Bill Nye the Science Guy.


91%VideoJan 2015

Bill Nye - Lessons from dog evolution

(3:22) Bill Nye the Science Guy discusses canine evolution, drawing a comparison between dog breeds and human races.


90%VideoFeb 2013

Bill Nye: February 15 asteroid will miss Earth by 15 minutes

(4:03) Science Guy and CEO of The Planetary Society, Bill Nye explains about the asteroid named 2012 DA14 that will skim Earth, relatively speaking, by about 17,000 miles.