31 Burst results for "Bill Nye"

Venus Missions: All the Burning Questions NASA Hopes to Answer

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Venus Missions: All the Burning Questions NASA Hopes to Answer

"The long the newseum drought is over. Here's planetary society editor. Ray pauleta ray. Welcome back and thank you for this. June ninth article double venus missions all the burning questions nasa hopes to answer no pun intended. I'm sure double it's now triple right. Tell us about this new announcement from the european space agency. Yes so we're actually getting not one not two but three missions to venus which is to be super exciting. The third mission is actually called envision. Yes say just announced. Recently that they're going to be sending their own spacecraft to venus which is just incredible. I mean it's been thirty years since nasa has sent spacecraft venus. The last one. I believe was magellan. So it's kind of wild that everything is just turning up venus. It's about time thirty one years since that. Lots of magellan. It's just absolutely crazy that we had to wait this long. We hope to have the principal. Investigators for both of the nasa missions. On pretty soon maybe we can get the vision Equivalent of a pi as well. There are a lot of questions that we hope. These missions are going to help us to answer. Even if they don't provide full answers you cover a lot of them in this article. One of them we go back to that drought. I mentioned at the top of this segment. Water there's all the speculation about did venus. Was it a much wetter place. Billions of years ago like mars. Is this going to help us with that. Yeah it's really incredible. I mean when you think of something like venus. It's hard to imagine that there is anything ever even just resembling an ocean on the planet right but was actually a good chance that hey there might have been a watery past so i think that with davinci plus the spacecraft is actually going to drop a sphere through venus's atmosphere and measure some of those noble gases that could be there and that seems to be a big clue in finding out whether or not venus ever had an ocean. And

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How dirt bikes and STEM ignite ingenuity in Baltimore | Brittany Young [TEST]

TED Talks Daily

08:10 min | 4 months ago

How dirt bikes and STEM ignite ingenuity in Baltimore | Brittany Young [TEST]

"Hi it's bryce dallas howard guest hosting today on ted talks daily. Here's a talk from an incredible ted fellow and the stem educator brittany young a community leader tackling national issues by turning passions into opportunities for stem education and career development. Hey ted talks daily listeners. I'm adam grant. I hosted another podcast. From the ted audio collective called work life and it's about the science of making work not suck next time the number of protests targeting firms. Today it's on the order of sixty times. The numbers that you would see and early tens employees activism is on the rise. But how can we use our voices effectively. And how can leaders manage all those voices find. Work life on apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you listen. I show people all around. Dc antiquites my guests engaged. I liked sprinkle in a fun factor to net. Stop dupont circle. Also here's a lifestyle tip for you. Try apple pay. You can now just tap with your phone or watch to get on the bus or train all over the dc area at your smart trip to the apple wallet then just have to ride apple. Pay on iphone now. Arriving on metro. Support for ted talks daily comes from odu odors suite of business. Apps has been you need to run a company. Think of your smartphone with all your apps right at your fingertips odu is just like that for business but instead of an app to order takeout or tell you the weather you have sales inventory accounting and more union the department we've got it covered and they're all connected joined the six million users who stopped wasting time and started getting stuff done go to odu dot com slash ted to start a free trial. That's od co dot com slash. Ted i want you to take this journey with me. Let's set the stage. Is a sunday in baltimore in a park. We endure a hill watching dirt bike. Riders go pash do tricks. Willies do stunts zipping. He hit the engines revving. Smell the gasoline. You could see the join excitement. Netface someone's probably learning how to fix the dirt bike way too expensive to buy. Then they can go to school. They can get a pop quiz or a test teacher. You'll account we all heard. And we've all hated train as leaving new york to cleveland. But they're here in baltimore. How does this relate. They don't get it. They fail the test and now they can hate then now. World can turned upside down. They can get on facebook instagram. Get a call or text. They can watch as their friend can become a hashtag. A kid in the wrong place wrong time lost to the streets loss of the system lost a gun violence or kick that could be arrested for dirt bike. Because of my city it can be a misdemeanor. Possession of dirk like this can be elected story for black kids across the country. And he's like miami. Cleveland atlanta philly. Whatever please had the dirt bike task force now. Acts yourself if the thing you used to relieve your stress if it was demonized would you still do it if it was criminal us. The answer is yes. That's the reality black people across the us right now. They've watched as we made room in. Cities escape borders bicycles in any other sport. They can watch tv in seattle games olympics on. Espn the style and stain ad campaigns and films but in baltimore would they have looked forward to would do. Right is get from all of it. No space no outlet just typical narrative. Like i said this is a communist story. I was a kid in the park. I wanted to be just like the big crowd is but i hate the fall. Instead i became like bill nye the science guy i was doing all kinds of experiments blown out burrows off glowing people to the chair and i may or may not have made stink bombs at school. They would describe me as a bad kid. Where they didn't see was all my jeans. My talent my voice was not hurt. Then i became that black girl from west baltimore working stem my first position. I was confused for the secretary was pissed but liquefying soon get more people in industry and it's one eight hundred. That's what i start doing. Working small groups for kids students teach them some activities then and twenty fourteen. I lost my little brother to the prison system. In twenty fifteen. I lost all faith. In system period. The world watched following a freddie gray uprising as possible burn. I wondered people go and listen. Where would it solutions. And where was investment into my community and twenty sixteen. I broke the system and became the founder and ceo of beat through sixty carbonell. I went back to my experience in park. I thought about the kids bikes those scales. People use to pay the bills just like mechanics mechanical news. We lane in system s sights the sign's behind popping best willie playing in dirt bike. It's home o'clock is busy quesion technology. The technology needed to get the best radio tires. So you don't have the channel asphalt engineering. The engineers needed to fix peg dirt bike. But the also get the best mac mac. 'em mathematics the math needed for the guests to oriole ratio. So you dirt. Bike does not explode then also gonna step further. I thought about the rights new only way to have programming solutions was ahead of them at because the people closest to the problem onto solution i thought about. Mike says he was six. He's rendered by geez when he seventeen graduating high school. He didn't know what you wanted to do but he knew he loved everything about their bikes and started working with us and beat through sixty. He's helped us. Educate kids trained by gratis and x twenty one. He's our lead instructor. He's created mates showed them across the country and he really represents the best to be three sixty at the corvallis. Work is constantly thinking about what people like. Like one for mike. He was a space. Basically work of students on our curriculum space. Keep training more. Riders and growing a skill sets a space where he no longer has skating but he has something his own city for him with your support and it's of more cities we can make this reality since two thousand seventeen. We've saved the city of baltimore about two hundred thirty three million dollars by dorm programming over seven thousand students. We saved the city of baltimore. One million dollars by growing workforce opportunities for people. Just like mike. That's less people that could possibly go to jail. Less money spent on dollars and cents of incarceration and more money going and saw black communities our leaders our culture and our voices. We don't need to black squares. We don't need your campaigns but will we do need as your dollars and cents behind us to make roach. We need more people like you and cities to believe in invest in our model of growing the people. What will you choose to be an ally being impact be the revolution be three sixty. Thank you hello there. I'm chris anderson. The guy lucky enough to run. Ted now has a podcast called the ted interview and this week on the show. I took someone really special name me. The woman married to jacqueline nova 'grats. She's been that he is learning how to use the tools of business to tackle global poverty got drawn into capitalism raised to the rank of religion. And now we have an opportunity to have a very different conversation. Find the ted interview. Wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Coronavirus: Long-Haul Covid

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

01:35 min | 6 months ago

Coronavirus: Long-Haul Covid

"Just last week is that. He came out looking at the plight of kobe. Lung haulers people experiencing something called brain fog. Could this be the beginning of a whole new phase of copa nineteen drawn out error of persistent symptoms. Adhered help us understand. This phenomenon is dr eager corral mc he's neurologist at northwestern university and head of northwestern's clinic for kobe related neurological symptoms. Dr gore corral. Nick welcome to science rules drawn virus edition. May i call you e gor. Yes bill you may an thank you very much for inviting me. I'm delighted to be distancing socially with you and to all your listener what are the symptoms of long-haul what what goes on with you if you're a long haul corona virus person. This is excellent question and the long kohler is a term that has been chosen by patients themselves and Those patients mostly had a mild covid nineteen disease at onset with the you know transients respiratory symptoms including some cough sore throat ogi. The fever may be muscle that when away and thereafter despite the fact that they did not never give develop pneumonia or were never hospitalized. They developed those lingering persistent and beating symptoms that mean volve the nervous system cardiac and the respiratory system as well as

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Meet the Woman Tasked With Keeping Joe Biden's Climate Promises

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

02:42 min | 7 months ago

Meet the Woman Tasked With Keeping Joe Biden's Climate Promises

"Our guest today is gina mccarthy. She was the head of the environmental protection agency. Under president obama and until recently was in charge of the national resources. Defense council but now she is america's first national climate adviser gina mccarthy. Welcome to science rules. May i call you gina. You may may. I call you bill please. You're an anthropologist. Is that right and is actually true. Yes that was my first love. I got a degree in social anthropology. I find people fascinating was approaching social and insofar as well. I was interested in the cultural part. What makes people tick. Well you know how they adapt to where they live. And and what makes people think differently about things in this richness about that. That really appealed to minute. Made me understand. And i think better at working in bureaucracies because it unbound you. It makes you think about whole human beings and really relish differences of opinions and in ways of looking at life. And it's one of the most fascinating things it's part of what you realize is so difficult about people is everybody loves change because they want to be better but people also are terrified of change because they might get worse it's the complexity of human beings that makes it really fun. I think there's a slight twinge in the way you speak. Which makes me think that maybe you spent some time massachusetts in fact. I'm pretty sure that you did. In fact spend a lotta time kind of working in the massachusetts government. What was that experience like. And how did that prepare you for the bigger things that you're doing now. Well i if. I say the word cobb and does that really totally give it away to everybody. Yeah because it's it's spelled. C. h. b. o. n. In case anyone wants to look it up. Yeah i worked in massachusetts for about twenty years before. I actually moved to connecticut and now and then i went to a and and honestly it gave me a great foundation because i worked at the local level and then i worked at the state level in massachusetts ended up working between massachusetts connecticut for governors five of them were republicans now arguably republicans in new england different animal than than elsewhere. But it gave me a wonderful opportunity to figure out how i could really make connections with people about the pollution. We were trying to address including carbon pollution so that we can sort of get some shared values. She had interest ways of making progress. And and i find. I just found it fascinating particularly the local level work. 'cause everything's personal at the local level absolutely everything.

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"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"That to your very first point may not be commonsense about happiness. Thanks so much. Have me so if you like science rules in force we hope you do. Please take a moment to rate and review it and apple podcasts and on stitcher it helps us out and help other people learn about the show so that they too can turn it up so thank you and be sure to look at my socials. The graham and the twitter For when to call into the show. I'm at bill nye on on all those things. Meanwhile if you'd like to leave us a voicemail. Give us a call a voicemail. Corey a voicemail. Laurie to one four seven two zero seven eight five two zero one four seven two zero seven eight five remember when it comes to the happy part of our universe science rules. Science rules is produced by harry huggins and the very same korea's pal. This episode was originally produced by jordan. Bell check out her. New podcast called all american tiger woods. Our engineer today is casey hall for the very same. Casey holford who showed composed our original theme josephine. Martorana is our executive producer and at stitcher science. Rules stitcher..

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Acast integrates with Patreon patron-only shows

podnews

03:06 min | 11 months ago

Acast integrates with Patreon patron-only shows

"A constant patron of just announced a collaboration enabling creators to publish subscriber only content across different podcast platforms and make it easier for fans to financially support patriot creators. who works on almost all podcast. Players is profitable. Fuck i heart media. Podcasting revenue grew seventy four percent year on year for the company. Downloads are up. Seventy one percent new advertiser also spending with the company and other places to bob pittman. Ceo committed in a revenue colder fifty percent of the new. Podcasts launched on the podcast network be from female and verse creators and we now know that iheart paid fifty million dollars to buy. Vox nurse last month. I heart media has also signed sales and production partnership with pushkin industries. It'll make iheartmedia. The company's exclusive sales partner. And pushkin will also co produce new original. Podcasts iheartmedia over the next few years quite enough iheartmedia. It's focused on somebody else. Stitcher has rolled out a new website in the process. The url for podcast has changed old addresses. Though will read rx by you might as well update you website. It's probably a good idea. A are ends iheart podcast network trailer that they are again. They've signed up with pod sites to enable podcast attribution for every campaign triton. Digital's omni studio has partnered with ghana india's largest music streaming app to bring omni studio podcasts into the garner platform. Keep listening for how well garner is working for. Us and podcasts was a category in. Us quiz show jeopardy on monday. Podcasts highlighted stitches. Science rules with bill. Nye luminaries fiasco wonder is we crashed an audible. Original weirdly called it burns us neither and it will conan. O'brien needs a friend taped earlier. It was the first podcast since the death of the host. Alex trebek surprise. It's time for some more tech stuff. Garner the indian podcast app appears really high impart news podcast downloads. Statistics which are linked to today are numbers are produced using both rss us agent and player user agents but the garner app itself doesn't set any obvious user agents so this traffic might not be visible in your own podcast host anyway willing to all of our workings today in our show notes nine newsletter phase one is about to close editions and suggestions for the new podcast. Namespace willing to that today. Buzz sprout now supports visual. Soundbites away to mark sharable portions of podcasting apps and social media attack from podcast index. New podcast namespace willing to a bite from the podcasting two point. Oh show on pont verse and we all sending a little more about the lightning network and podcast monetization and another piece of news that to just in case you understand it more than we do.

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"bill nye" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

04:13 min | 11 months ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Ologies

"Know every car commercial features you driving through desserts or swamps thing that you usually don't do with a car but but here's the thing we ended up in charge of the earth now so we have to manage the deer population. The wolf population bob cat population. I'm not kidding. Humans are now in charge. We have to manage the fresh water. We have to manage the oceans and we have to manage the atmosphere. This is not something Everybody listens to our jeez probably plan to do with his or her life. Now as taxpayers and voters. We've all got to embrace the idea that we are running the show. When i was a kid there were fewer fewer than three billion people in my grandparents raised. My dad there are about one and a half billion. Oh my god or seven point. Almost seven point eight billion people were and there's going to be nine and probably ten billion people and so even though the rate of growth is slowing still growing the human population so we have such an effect on the earth that we have to take charge so go out there and take charge you all we have. We have to actually. I wanted to ask battery. Had a question about. How did you become the kid guy. And you've had some very memorable recent appearances dropping f bombs talking like hey. Parents are weird uncles babysitting. Just cover the kids ears or prepare to shrug it them. By the end of the century for missions keep rising the average temperature on earth could go up another four to eight degrees. what i'm saying is the planet's on fucking fire that was heartfelt. Yeah it is heartfelt. I mean. I whatever language. Flan this podcast. Did you find that. That was a transition from talking to kids to talking to kids after they grew up. Since you've been in a game for awhile i guess so gets back to discipline vocabulary So dropping the f bomb on that last week tonight was just huge second. Because i feel that way you get so angry and so angry with cope with andy. Science climate deniers. It's crazy making you know why the sky is blue. No it isn't really yeah. I think really we. Can't we agree on that anyway. So climate deniers made me crazy and that bid on last week tonight was heartfelt. Yes but along that line if you look at the science guy show atmosphere about climate about pressure about Thinking about what. The extreme weather storms We have bits about climate change and in the nineteen nineties. There was discipline in. I'm not kidding. Not trying to scare the kids. There was disciplined use expressions. Like things could get weird We're going to have to keep an eye on this. This is were who knows the future. This is gonna be a very important idea of stuff like that so yes of course. Yes i do. Change the approach based on the audience. But both manifestations me are authentic that that's my claim that's my claim for euro. Value is talking to kids on the kids show. I really mean it. When i'm talking to adults on a comedy show I also really mean it. It's manifestations of the same bill nye and that's of comedy to his is reading the room and being able to morph your delivery based on what a Assess what you hope will work right Maria hancocks videos. Marie hit me. Okay hancocks vide- pong wanna know. Have you ever gotten your own theme song stuck in your head. I love the theme. It's so good it's really good. It's written by a guy named mike. Green who has a production company thirty eight fresh in los angeles and he's just a cool guy and.

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'False alarm' between T-Mobile and Verizon shows how competitive 5G battle is

Business Wars Daily

04:22 min | 1 year ago

'False alarm' between T-Mobile and Verizon shows how competitive 5G battle is

"Hour always on culture now depends on a working grid not just of electricity but of telecommunications and an Internet that not only never goes down but constantly speeds up efficiency is our subconscious mantra and that may be a big reason behind the hot water. All three major wireless carriers are in Verizon at and T. and T. mobile have all been promoting their new five G. wireless services heard about that each wants you to believe that their service is the fastest the most reliable hands down the best. Here's one of Reisen ads from last year at Verizon building the most powerful five G. Experience for America. That's why the NFL. Chose Verizon because they need their massive capacity of five G. With Ultra wideband, we're streaming streaming posting fans inexperienced five. Thirteen trouble in most cases, those claims can't be proved, and so the courts have banned each of these rivals from boasting about their prowess and from implying that the others are the lightweights of the wireless world witness verizon the ad I just shared with you was set in Gillette Stadium, home of the new Patriots, the company stopped running that ad last November. But that didn't stop at and T. from challenging verizon's use of the phrase most powerful to the division, the Better Business Bureau that rules on deceptive advertising cases. Why did not call the phrase into question essentially because the carriers have hardly rolled five g. out anywhere yet so it's impossible to prove one carriers mostly non existent five G. implementation is better than others. There were also questions about whether the ad was implying that the rollout was far more widespread and available to the average consumer than it was in May. The Review Board called the national advertising. Division were in a D agreed with a t and t and told verizon to using the term verizon appealed early this month they lost the said essentially consumers have no idea what most powerful means in this context the claim could not be substantiated. One it comes to making false claims don't assume that verizon is the worst offender. nope. The Empty Braggadocio is a game played by the entire industry. Go back through years in you'll see that at and T. got trouble claiming that its current four G. Network was by virtue of being fast virtually identical to five G. It even used the phrase five G. EVOLUTION TO DESCRIBE ITS FOUR G service a consumer looking for the fastest cell service could hardly be blamed for assuming that meant, they'd be using a five G. Network. Three years later, most of US still use four g networks the told at and T. to stop using the deceptive evolution phrase. At and Later agreed, and then there's t mobile, which isn't exactly honest either in late August, the NASD toll, t mobile to stop claiming that it's five G. services more reliable than the others verizon had challenged that claim t mobile said, it will appeal that decision but the Advertising Review Board also recommended that t mobile needed to stop running ads in which science guy bill nye claim that verizon's five G. coverage was barely broader than the average bus stop bench that according to industry publication fierce wireless. With a widespread deployment of five G. still some time off in the future. Why would every major wireless carrier use such inflated claims in a Word Mindshare? They want to attract and retain you as a customer. Are you more likely to stay with your current mobile carrier? If you feel pretty sure that the company will soon offer blazing fast five g service. Well maybe it's all about perception perception of what's here today and better yet perception about a speedy powerful future. That's almost hear these kinds of empty claims have a long long history in the advertising world from Telco Tonics beauty items to baby products. Advertisers repeatedly tried to stake out the territory of a- best. And rivals almost always challenge those fluffy bordering on dishonest claims. So next time you see a company claiming to be the strongest most powerful fastest or the best ask yourself. Where's the evidence chances are? There isn't any.

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"bill nye" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

14:47 min | 1 year ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"I love that song the movie. She's like nineteen or some thing in this you know. I've I've never seen that movie. I have to be no I. I didn't want to be here. We are sunset in Camden Say if you had to live somewhere else where would it be somewhere from? Where somewhere for your life for your livelihood I'm not livelihood instead of New York Angeles instead of Seattle Yellow. This was we live in all those places. Yeah Okay what about have you been to the Galapagos Islands? No I've always wanted a failure. People say to me Bill Nye. You haven't been our is nice to go if you could have dinner with three people that are alive whom you've never met whom I've never met. Yeah Dad are alive. Michael Faraday Michael Faraday Barack Obama. I would like to sit with him for a while. I'm surprised you haven't met him. I met he's gotten to meet me a couple of times but we did not sit and have dinner you didn't give them your undivided attention. Will and by the way if you see that picture of meal stress Yes Neil Tyson bomb. An eye of of me On the electric Internet Neil takes out his phone. He makes a big Dongguan deal about getting the bad. The lighting right the art in the background right. And all. He's GONNA stand here. I am not going to ask the FREAKING president for self. Is that what he did? Because there's five hundred professional photographers with lenses. You see a big game like spies you. Yeah yeah yeah yeah well meal. There's a thing he asked him. President goes okay. Anyway Neal's memories for this phone tucked the freaking selfish. That's funny so just situational awareness as we say in the military Pentagon he must have really appreciate it. I'm sending some bad blood between you. Just some rivalry. Yeah scientific so then you had another question yes. Who's your favorite muppet? Well Bunsen honeydew. I'm guessing well I can but I also like I like carmont share cookie monster kermit energy. I Yeah Yeah Yeah. Besides Ernie is funny to me. Oh yeah specify sector. I have to pick a But you don't have to. You don't have to do any of this really being green because now I'm seeing you look like a different George Bush or Abe Lincoln Lincoln again. Its the cheekbones. That's that's the president you get the most not like Millard fillmore. There's another President Millard fillmore. Everybody gets Millard. If you have one superpower what would it be oh to fly Okay easy but there's the second that's pretty close. I'd like to have the spider sense. Oh wins there's dangerous spider senses tingling. Yes that would be a great thing. That would be nice. I feel like I have people taking photos of me do. Do you find people. Take a lot of photos of you. How Man Yeah. I love you all right. Nice no maybe not. Just okay guys. It's hard in the memories fold. This isn't my phone. The batteries will not let that go. Neil I know people come up to people. Come up to you. Want A selfie batteries dead. This is the wrong way. Oh I set the countdown and I didn't mean to and it's out of focus. Can I take another one bill? This is why you shouldn't wear a bow tie all the time. We want to go undercover. People say fill you should wear a guy. Yeah what would that look like? I don't know what a regular size would recognize you guys. It's not it's all good. Yeah she loves it. Come up to them whenever just Just have your phone ready already. Yes if you could be reincarnated as a non human animal. I know you don't believe in that. It's very it'd be. I'd WanNa be a well-cared-for dog. Oh that's a good one right. Do you have a dog? No not right now but you know when I get a dog. Yeah I won't have time for this I'll just be home talking to the dog. Sounds Nice he and I are she and I will talk dog things and then I will stop working and the money will slowly run out. I'll burn the furniture to keep warm and at the end I'll just tie note My master is gone. Letting you take care of me and I'll have some cash you know on the collar. Oh you've planted way took a dark turn. Just be me talk well. No He's just be talking to the dog about stuff. What would the dog's name be impugned to pick out a name? Oh man it depends on the dog. Doesn't that's true. You gotta live with it for a little bit. Carl Karl after. Karl say Steve. Which golden girl do you most identify with? Dorothy Blanche rose or so. I'm not there's an example. Now Okay don't enough. Would you rather be called unattractive? Run Funny Oh attractive. Oh yeah easy. I get called both by the same person. I don't have to pick Beatles or the Rolling Stones Beatles alchemy because at my age as well they were similar time period. But yeah there was caroling stones to me are two years behind also the Beatles. When I'm so old Justin how old are you? I'm sold at the Beatles covered all these rock and roll songs that I really liked early on. Twist and shout twist and shout. Oh my goodness and then I want to hold your hand was their own co in the harmony between Paul and John Lennon always appealed to me. I thought those guys are really good together. Yeah God nobody better except for the two of US three short cast. And what would you want your epitaph to read? I did my best. Oh Neal had a very similar answer. He copies just Kim I I wish we could do another Israeli. Thank you but everybody. We can change the world optimistic. Let's cut out there and get her done so we vote vote vote. Vote vote vote. Thank you man. Thank you bill carry on. Oh that just happened happened. Yes scientifically speaking that happened. What is that impression by just assigned guy really some fags? A science guy. Yes Sky Impression? You're kind of an ultra guy. I thought you said it. I I miss you. I thought you alto guy and I got offended because I'm GONNA say based Gutter Christians wearing his bud. Lucky shirt and BUD LIGHT SELTZER. Sent us a bunch of stuff. But we're also helping if we mentioned them again they'll send some actual product be sweet love but lights up. This is not an ad and in Florida when we tried the product. We bought it like a civilian. Bud Light it was very against the influence. Our Code Yeah. We bought our own product so bill table Bill Nye the science guy. You may think I 'cause I didn't really listen to the interview. Just did I just did. I just listened for the first time because I wasn't there all right I thought he had a very youthful energy and ended. And he's an older man. Now he's in his sixties. Yeah but he's still has lucky. This very plucky young energy and I think that's why he's so effective is so effective. That's why he's been so effective for so many years at connecting with young people. Yeah 'cause he he sounds like he can get on their level yes he sounds very youthful. Yeah he is. I think some of that is part and he admitted this part of his persona. I don't think he has childlike enthusiasm as part of his persona. I think I think that might be. He might just dial it out. So you think that's part of his podcasts persona he's not assigned he's assigned sky. I know but so you're saying when he's home with his friends would say poker. Yeah When he's just like a socializing guy yeah when he's chewing just like a gambling guy at a casino. Yes when he's just socializing you think he has a different personality you think he has a a more mature personality. Yeah I think he's not quite as maybe SCAMPI YOU SCAMPI. How do you know he's like a shrimp Scampi? I might always be you know why because when he first came in and it was a little bit like down to business not not in a Shitty Way. Just like okay. Let's do really. Yeah Yeah it can really nice about it but just not as Scampi and then he kinda he really wanted. Some guests are don't really care when we're rolling like what I try to do with these interviews is like He's into them and not make a big distinction between okay. We're rolling now and when we're just chatting right trick them well no. I just like when he realized that we were in fact rolling. There was just a little bit of a again. Not In a bad way. He's an entertainer. He's well he's been a performing guy for decades. Yeah exactly so speaking of that. I got the impression that he valued the performance element of what he does at least as much as the scientific informational side of what he does. Did you get that impression? Yes he's very committed to the The entertaining aspect of his yet will area. Well that's kind of how that's how he started really as you heard And that surprised me that his a guy like that. That is focused more on the science guy. But he's more of I think he wanted to be a COMMU wanted. I it entertaining guy. Yeah it's so crazy that he's built entire career and he's famous for this thing And the way it happened was kind of like lax dumb lot. Yeah just this weird thing. That happened that so much of life in successes lock. It reminds me of that movie match point Woody Allen Movie. It's just like which way the right now. The ball goes over the net. Yeah a lot of people accused him of not being a real signed on twitter when I asked people for questions and I got some great ones. how great was the guy who asked about the chem trails and then was I never device actual sexual those real question. I know He I don't know if he got a little uncomfortable understandable. Yeah that really came out of left field. Sure did bill is from very smart stock. No surprise his parents Very impressive intelligent is mother's code breaker during the wars father was POW. And Yeah he's genetically impressive guy. He is his impressive guy whose parents had limerick contests with each other. Yeah I thought to be flying off that he when he said he got into cornell she said it was a clerical error and I thought that was a really good humble brag he yes because yes thirty. Did very well in school time. Yeah plus his I mean he's also Hubble bread guy. He kept saying guy like that. You're like well because Bill Nye Nye the Science Guy Guy you have to say guide differently to MATT TO REALLY RHYME WITH BILL. Nye Or maybe I'm thinking Ni- you are those GonNa say. Oh Bill Nye the actor. Now it's pronounced heat said is pronounced the same but our joke for awhile has been. We've called Bill Nye the actor guy. Yes that's a lie. It's a lie. It should be bill. Nye The actor guy or Bill Nye the science I feel like I'm hi it's one syllable. I. Yeah but you kept saying the interview you give referring to him as a something guy you putting an extra syllable. You're you're you're a compliment guy. You said a few of your life. Why would I do Yeah 'cause I just that for years. That's how we pronounce both of their names. The actor guy in the sky it is weird how blase he was about the corona virus new products. It's strange things happen and and I'm telling you we you know I'm telling the audience. We did this like a week ago. We did this when it was it was. The news was everywhere of what was going on and he didn't. He didn't seem to care I will say he is. He seems very incredulous about people who deny climate change and other aspects of scientists. Yes yes no but I think an and the whole thing with Neil degrasse Tyson. I think it was weird that he tried e he claimed that there was some few or some. Will you try to gin up the rivalries? I did yeah you asked basically who is smarter. And but then he kind of went went along. You just can't Ribblesdale as pets tap water. I'm more into a seltzer contain. Still I like how angry he gets when people assume he knows everything you ask. You feel like you're talking about the conjoint Wins News. Like what makes me? That's on conjoined twins. But but here's what I'll say. He kind of asked for exact by name himself Bill Nye. The science guys -actly you know it's not very specific. He didn't say you didn't come so bill. Nye The mechanical engineer guy or even Bill Nye the organic chemistry guy. I know science guy. He should know about science if I called myself. Justin long the sports guy and you asked me who won the Masters Golf last year. I'd be like well and if I said how would I know that I? I know it'd be like that's a really good analysis. Thanks who did win the masters it was a guy. It was the golf guy. Patrick Reed I don't know who gives a shit now. The master's castle I know this year. Also it's so good that they can't like that's what we have to do. We should INC really encourage people to distance. I in the sad thing is. I'm really good at it. I'm finding that I'm bits comes pretty easily to me. I know But some people can't and it's really unfortunate so I just hope everyone is taking the measures to do the simple things wash. Your hands chided keep a safe distance from people while you're justin long the pandemic vice guy. Yeah I'm also the pivoting guy from a trivial laughing about something to being serious you had a few Very funny.

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"bill nye" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

13:11 min | 1 year ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"When the rest of you out there for some reason or still wearing straight ties which is just weird but that people were striking because you WANNA just put on. A BIB was okay. If that's what you want your tied to do well I wear bibs occasionally what when you but isn't a bow tie difficult not for you. It's the same not as on your shoe. Hey Bill okay. My Life's been a waste just so I was in highschool hunts point in our story and by laundry addition. The boys are the waiters at the girls athletic banquet. To be honest for a change. There was a girl I really hoped. Here we go would talk to me here. We go and I figured if I brought her at least if I brought her dessert she would say thank. You would say something to me. Yes it would open up a can of yes of potential. Yes isn't that what drives all of us. Pretty much much whole evolutionary biology. Yeah so so does this. Does this girl have a name? No no so. I said we're going to be waiters. We should dress like waiters. My father who is very good with knots showed me out of time bow tie. I tied everybody's tie in the boys room and we did our businesses. We washed our hands and then we did our best as waiters and she did say. Thank you bill or something. Hey Nice but after that I realized that when you have a bow tie on and you lean over it doesn't flop into your guests and slip into the soup ever since then. You kept wearing the boats then. Doing stand up comedy. I tried to set myself apart. Uh-huh she started with a propeller beanie right then when we chanced upon the science guy then I just started wearing bow ties in just became a thing Okay so it wasn't something that you did throughout high school and it was convergence your luke virgins. Now well how did you chance upon that That creating that character after so I would talk about science all day. I'd read science news magazines. While you were at Boeing working at Boeing yes And then I had an interest in all that And all things science and then after I won Steve Martin lookalike contest in Seattle. I did not advance beyond Seattle. Is that is? That true was absolutely true. Story not a false fact. A true fact So Warner Brothers. Records had this national international competition because candidate was involved for Steve Martin. Look like which meant act like Steve. Learn so you can back the story up to when I was in college guy who had been my freshman roommate is that Cornell at Cornell yeah and I went to Cornell because I got in Oh i the reason I got in with some clerical error in admissions department. Or whatever you think that's true. I think that I had a very good physics teacher. And so I took the physics. Ap Exam had bins placement. Was this new thing. We're not everybody had even heard of it let alone take it So I I think I did well in that test and that probably had something to do with my getting into Cornell joke glasses I went to school with so many brilliant guy I wanted to go to clubs waitlisted Cornell. Wow what am I doing here? But all that aside the guy who had been my freshman roommate He mechanical engineering and material. Science met Cy Matt Side. We were still friends but he lived behind me now in a different. You know the move around campus. You change rooms isn't that he lived behind me and he said you gotta come see this. His House household had cable television. Which was this extraordinary new thing? This is in the seventies nineteen seventy seven seventy seven. And so it was Steve Martin at the boarding house in San Francisco crazy so it is my opinion just which is correct. Yeah AFTER THOSE FIRST TWO ALBUMS STEVE. Martin's album gets more Every major city had a comedy club or two in others before that it would be a variety club. there'd be singers aband- There'd be an accordion player. Jugglers and comedian where he talks about that in his book. Yeah but after the success of those two Albatros Everybody wanted to do stand. And so one of brothers in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight sponsored this contest. Oh my God and I won in Seattle. I did not go past the out. Prematurely grey hair. No none of that. I believe and I told this to Steve Martin to his face. Oh boy I believe that. I understood what he was driving that in a way that the other contestants SORTA didn't get how did he take that he was very gracious. Yeah okay whatever. Your name is very nice the Compliment Guy Anyway so matt. Cy had cable so I saw the video. Yeah dimly lit black and white at the boarding which is still. It's a nightclub. Incredible San Francisco so cool. Wow so after that I tried to do. Stand up comedy. I would wear a bow tie. I also wore a shirt to be clear. Did you emulate Steve Martin as a performer? As Verse Wanted Me To do Steve Martin. Bits they wanted to hire me as a lookalike. Learnt wild or crazy enough Guy You're assigned guy he's a wild and crazy guy he's good and I'm not at that. You can't really believe that you're you're one. The thing wasn't going to make a living being Steve Martin. And how long did it take for you to figure that out? Thirty three or four minutes. Oh No but you start doing trying to do your own material. Yeah right so I spent a lot of time I would work on. The drawing board at Boeing and then another company called Sundstrand data control which is the same. They must have loved that that you were working out. Bits while you were well. Mechanical Engineer for the You know. We have the word compartmentalize. Most people I worked with had no interest in comedy clubs no interest in my sidelight career. Most really mechanical engineers. I find that hard to believe. Well older ones now. I know you're able to moonlight as so I would go home and take a nap. And then go to open MIC nights. You've probably been to countlessly many open not too many. But I've been to enough to know what they entail very stressful. Were you nervous getting station? Stop being nervous. Quit doing it. Just you audition aren't you? Yes I still hope so but the ones that there are certain ones that I that were successful where I for. Whatever reason didn't care whether it's I had another job or I did in there wasn't quite as much pressure or what I didn't didn't perceive it. Yeah so The saying in the theater is if you stop being nervous. Quit doing it Interesting I did a couple of shows About the Science of sports and I interviewed Maurice Greene who was for a while. The world's fastest human hundred meter data allows the fastest for a while and then hope solo really early in her career. Soccer Goalie and Edgar MARTINEZ WE'RE IN SEATTLE EDGAR MARTINEZ. Who hit the record? Number of doubles in the Mariners and sailors. What do you guys think about before the gun goes off when the ball's coming at your face when the when the baseball was coming strike three? What do you think about? And they all universally said nothing Try to think about nothing. Isn't that amazing? When you were in those auditions yeah that you did. Well you were in the zone right yes you know I. I was just talking about this with Morocco because one of his episodes obituaries was bad. I don't know why I'm plugging another podcast colleague. He is and I love his podcast. But there's one about Chang the Siamese the original quote unquote Siamese twins. The recall conjoined lecturing. You know that what do you mean? What makes me an expert on joint? Just assume you know everything will started in conjoined twins. Love this episode and they talked about how they were both married. Two sisters Championing and when one was with their partner Intimately the other twin would go into what they described as like meditative state they just sort of almost like a now we would say our computers shutting. Now we call it porn hub. Yeah but no. But they wasn't part to in order to participate as little as possible obviously physically. They had to be there while obviously. Yeah while at the conjoined joined. Yeah so it depends which joined. It's con- right. That's true there. He had one Whether privates weren't conjoined. So they didn't share a private part. They had separate private party. In separate penises. Yeah wow penis. Each had their own penis while they each had one. I'm the same way a you only have one that this was my next question. But let me tell you you're holding up your hand. It's like this really. You put your hand for apart in guy thing to brag about their but it doesn't mean that it's not that usually means see certain types of cars. I think you really overcomes drive a two thousand and four Prius but you really 'cause I sold my two thousand four priests knelt on the road Oh Yeah Yeah. They're great cars. They don't agree car. Do you drive now a chevy volt. I'm surprised that you driving electric car with a big gas guzzler maybe shock. It was irony everybody. Yeah so what was it about this character. Bill Nye the science guy that you felt you could have success with what what was the first time you felt like. Oh this could work well. I didn't know if I was. I felt I could have success with so what happened was we had. Somebody can't so I worked on a comedy show in Seattle called almost live which still reruns in the middle of Saturday night Sunday morning. Still reruns and this is where. Joel McHale started out. Greg did you ever see Or hear of the movie Nebraska. Yes the guy who wrote center pain Bob Nelson wrote it. Came from the show called almost line so with the story is lost in antiquity. Even though it wasn't that long ago some people think it was Eddie. Vedder and other people think it was Geraldo Rivera very different people. Yes but somebody cancelled so we had to fill six minutes. Which in a long long time. If you're jumping out of an airplane along so Ross Shafer who is that? Have you ever met Ross? Shafer if he does now. He makes an extraordinary living doing these motivational speeches about marketing. He has studied marketing. He's he's very successful standup and he was the host of the show in Seattle. Here's bill why don't you maybe do something? You're always talking about science. Maybe you could do something. You could be like Bill Nye the science guy or something and then. He closed up his briefcase. He leaves because he was also the host of the most popular afternoon drive. Radio show. This is a small town and so Ross Shafer Russia for is a good guy. He's the one yes. Was it like a light light picture almost so then it was like. Wow so I did. Just what you'd expect. I did household uses of liquid nitrogen as we all have liquid nitrogen around. Of course nobody obviously young guy you know I was united. Way Big Brother and I was a volunteer at the Pacific Science Center. Which is Still Very successful science center in Seattle. And what did entail? That was just to pour liquid nitrogen around through demonstrations for mostly children's audiences so you always liked reaching kids. I mean that's all things that people I think as they say when you're in love you WanNa tell the world to give you more to the story. I came of age at the same time. The Ford Pinto was created in the Chevy Vega and these were embarrassing cars. They were terrible cars. In the United States rejected teaching. The metric system took the solar panels off the roof of the White House and I as A. US citizen Patriot. Guy was very concerned about the future. This is post Jimmy Carter. Yes yeah and the guys I worked for. They're almost all men. Were terrified of anything made in Japan..

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"bill nye" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Associated with it is important when professional teams chief. True not only that but just for kids can bite. I mean for anybody but really thinking is bad but hopefully at this point adults would know that but kids don't necessarily they're not as formed and swell. I don't mean to be a little child audience as they say. The kids are watching. So yeah. That's true. You guys understand that at this high level every pitch matters. The statistics in baseball are meaningful. The statistics in basketball are not irrelevant. The statistics in hockey are not irrelevant. But they don't have that the same just Christmas every pitch is fantastic every pitch is a datum that goes in the great database of baseball. That one of the reasons one of the reasons and it's so hard the game heart. It's so complicated. You know as we say. It's not just a sport. It's a game. You got to move your players around the chessboard. The Game Board. We were just down uneaten in Florida and we saw the blue. The Blue Jays play their spring training and it was so we watch the Yankees Blue Jays game and it was so fun to be there right up close and the speed and the ball goes so fast. Anyway I've been to fantasy camp of grown men pay money to get injured over baseball so it's like baseball in slow motion. The coaches are retired players. We asked about Pete rose if I know the story Pete Rose Team better on his own team but he then he would bet on them to lose will he? Will I guess so? Are you sure about that? No okay but I asked. The Guy knew something that Bill Nye the science. I should as Bill Nye the baseball so anyway all the players retired personally. No should he be allowed in the hall of fame? No nobody you teach should be allowed to Hartman universally sample size of what say two dozen men and so- cheating baseball by the Houston Astros. Just bad yes bad and yet they're not being eliminated from well and so on and so on so it's still being debated and you guys you know I'm a national spin the nationals one. Anyway Yeah but despite the cheating but I was GONNA say at this high level when they get to the playoffs and the world series every pitch matters. Yeah and any Major League batter will tell you. They're so little time between when the pitcher releases the ball and when you've got to start swinging that knowing she's going to be major advantage that's GonNa go is just that highly not for you and me would offer baseball but at this high level. It's just this huge thing. So you play in those fantasy so you actually play games in injure might hamstrings and all that stuff bill. Let me ask you this my brother and I who I do this with whom I do the show We've had this debate for a while. He claims that he can with his dominant hand. He can hit better than the worst hitter in. Professional baseball can with their Lesser Hand. Do you think at at your best playing baseball. Do you think that would be true? Absolutely not yeah. I know these guys so rather than you heard it another thing that fascinated me. They're four of us. Old men standing in the outfield. Maybe not even a little farther apart than you and I are right now. Thirty feet apart. Yeah Okay so you know. We're about four feet. Apart ten yards apart rudy law. Who was a major league player? Set a record for stolen bases would hit a fungus. You throw the ball up to himself and hit it with a baseball bat to us. You call that a fungus hitting a fungal practice. Shaggy fungus is funding. Go Fund Go Anyway. He could hit it right to you. Want me to him to the other guy. I mean within. I came not exaggerating certainly within a foot but within six inches so you you grew up loving baseball. Yeah when the didn't have a team did. My heart was broken. I'm still a little shaking and we're kind of kid. We were you athletic kid when you wanted to be. I mean you know. I'm just mediocre athlete. I wanted to be a good athlete. But you had. You had an aptitude for early on. Yes I guess or I liked it so what happened there. My mother I will say objectively. My mother was very good at puzzles. I badge codebreakers. Whether I mean that's I think part of why she was recruited crosswords. She and my father would sit around right limericks and could do it fastest. That's really cool. Well look cool but it was endearing so charming charming. I love the word charm. Yeah and she ended up having how how many siblings did you have to okay? Then you know I know. There's several on wake island have well. So where was I going to? Your mom loves puzzles. And you grew up and she may be but her father was an organic chemist so we taught chemistry at Duke and then Hopkins and then he got a good job back. When Baltimore was a different kind of city. He got the job. In a manufacturing company called Crown Cork and seal they made glue and he will formulate glues adhesives and he had a couple of patents. But my mom gave me his glassware to play with when. I was a little kid like they the beakers right so I tell. This story is not very long. My niece and nephew are both my nephew and the woman he married are both PhD organic chemists Organic chemists chemical engineers and he formulates drugs and she puts metal on hard drives but they can both use the software called Kendra and they can tell me if you're in and they can design molecules. They can see the bond angles. They know their electra negatively their frontier electrons. All these words that. I don't really know what it's really. I would assume that you'd know sure but my grandfather never heard of Kemp draw but he could blow glass whereas these kids today these kids. They don't ever need to blow. Glass got a skill they ever learn. Let's so my mom gave me this cigar box with these weird glass things that he had blown for some reason to do something she just had a box. That must have been quite a job. Could you blow glass? I mean would you know how to do that now but I I've watched it? Yeah I've tried it. When she gave me the box of glassware I just thought it was cool share. Yeah thought.

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Is Astrology a Science? An Art? A Form of Therapy? A Scam?

Outside/In

03:33 min | 1 year ago

Is Astrology a Science? An Art? A Form of Therapy? A Scam?

"Our story today starts with a debate it. You might be familiar with Bill Nye the science guy yet show on TV on in the nineties yet PBS. Yes And this is his new show. Twenty seventeen on net flicks. It's called Bill. nye saves the world. Now Sam you're stronger. That's right so bill nye on on this episode episode single panel and here he speaking with astrologer Samuel Reynolds about the validity of astrology. I don't believe any of it. Yes I do know that and you know why Tommy enlightened me well it just never has anything to do with anything and you're telling me there's only twelve types of people and what about those penalties part of an episode of the show called Malarkey and throughout the episode The thing to know is that bill. nighy framed astrology repeatedly as a pseudoscience. Basically saying it's aw crap none of it's true what matters so. He has Samuel Reynolds. But what's your deal you you you don't believe it either. I use astrology. Yeah I think astrology is like a language when you say for instance a pseudoscience right I would have to. I believe it's a science. I don't believe astrology is a science what is it. It's an interpretive operative art. I think that Bill Nye kind of expected to mic. Drop this moment by being like it's not a science don't claim it's one. You're you're falsely claiming this and Sam Reynolds is just like well. I actually don't don't claim it's a science right so sure. Do you provide for people with your art. I use the cultural imagination that we know as astrology to talk to them about how their idea give themselves based on their chart birth chart syncs up with their life experience basically using biography. As little as you get them to tell you stuff about now the reinforce it with these asteroids things in the background no it's yeah he he's not doing a great job of listening. But can I ask you something. Think we're what's your sign. I'm an Aquarius which I knew at the drop ahead exactly easily. You know that off the top of your head and so do I.. Macabre corn But this is not surprising right like I think at least in our corner of the United States you would be pretty hard pressed to find a person who doesn't know their sign. Yeah I bet you my dad knows was his and does he believe in astrology. No and have you ever engaged in astrology too much beyond reading your horoscope in a magazine. So I'll just note really quick here that We just heard astrology frame. Doesn't art not a science but there are astrologers that the do think of astrology as a science and therefore it could be vulnerable to this criticism. Awesome that it is a pseudoscience but it was going to say I don't care I don't care I am not interested in proving or disproving astrology on on technical grounds if we can put on the science part for a second what else could it be possible to understand to me. The most interesting part of the Bill Nye show is this next exchange when bill nye turns to another person on this panel journalist and professional skeptic Jamila how do you feel about this point of view I I'm I feel touchy feely and Weird and I want it. Replicated in the lab. I can you make a prediction so I can make a prediction but I don't think everything every aspect of knowledge tests be replicable doesn't seen a lab is all knowledge sequestered to science. Oh that's a good question great. I

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"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"Welcome to science rules. I'm your host Bill Nye. This is the show. Oh where science rules. It's a call in show if you WANNA be on the show and I hope you do. The number to dial is four seven zero ask bill. That's four four seven zero two seven five two four five five keep up with me on the electric Internet to find out when to call and as always you can also send us is your questions and comments to ask Bill Nye DOT COM and once again today I am joined of course by science writer editor Dear Friend Korea's Powell Hello Corey. Hello Bill It's great to be here now bill. We've heard a lovemore listeners. They have questions about energy. So basic doc so universal I think today maybe we should deliver some some answers about energy. How do you feel about that I? I'm feeling very strongly. I'm feeling what am I feel energized. You look look energized. You're positively crackling so in the simplest form corey but everybody I think I feel the world should know and embrace in grasp and agree upon upon energy makes things go run or happen. Go runner happen so I always say when something happens. What does that mean? I mean something has changed. Something was one way and now that thing is another way and so that's only result of energy. Let's talk about energy in your life life. Let's do a bill. Energy Audit walked me through a day of some of the things the ways that you use energy and sort of the things that you do to be a good smart conservation. Asian minded person begins Corey under the covers I live in the developed world and I have blankets and the quilts or whatever the technology would be called. Keep me warm at night because I am burning chemical energy taking oxygen from the air combining with chemicals because my food that really chemical reactions that allow my muscles to contract pump my heart and have my lungs go in and out up and down breathing fabulous so so I appeal those covers off when the sun beams through the windows. Wow I say to myself and under certain conditions Corey I set at an alarm. I set an alarm on my phone. And my phone's Electric Electron Eq. And so then I sprang. I'm from bed away from the covers and now I'm radiating my heat energy into the room right. See we've got some chemical energy in your body we've got some electrical energy coursing racing through your phone. Their sound waves bouncing around. Now what's happening now. I commonly will turn on the coffee maker. I turn on the coffee maker. My coffeemaker Acre works so fast that by the time I do my initial ablutions their washroom yeah and get back. The coffee's ready to go and the coffee maker runs on electricity electricity. If I understand correctly is a bunch of electrons moving around. But we're UH. How does that electricity get into your sock it again? I think people know abstract the other power plants. But what's actually what's moving the energy from there to here so in general cory most of our electricity is generated by burning fossil fuels. Troubling is. That may sound here. In Twenty nineteen we burn something combined the the thing. Coal combines with oxygen in the air produces heat will use the heat to boil water turn it to steam. The steam team is expanding. You may have seen it coming out of the tea kettle and that expansion can be used as it goes from small too big to make a turban a fan running backwards spin which we connect to intellectual generator which consists of love. Some conductor wires spinning in a magnetic field and then we use some of the energy from the spinning wire to produce the magnetic field to produce the wire but the energy ultimately comes from the spinning of the turban and so not only does it boil water but the rate at.

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"bill nye" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

16:01 min | 2 years ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"On educating kids now as i understand it. I have two little kids. Things are evolving very quickly. Memorizing dates and stuff is need to to do that. Yeah you don't need to do that and it's just taking up area of your brain that can be dedicated to something creative now my question you is what what are you fearful. We'll get lost in this transfer. The big problem we have now is the phrase that thrown around science education was critical thinking it used to be called reasoning or logic or something critical things fine wind phrase. It means evaluating evidence so if somebody says to you the atomic number of strontium is forty three. That's good. That's thirty eight really close so eighty percent right well anyway. You can look it up and it's probably going to be a a trusted if you looked up the atomic number of technician. I think it's forty three. If it's wrong man no you said forty three thirty eight here all fucked strontium idioms thirty seven obviously different when when you said forty three he's i think it's technicians assumes forty but anyway <hes> we could look it up and it would be right but if somebody says <hes> a woman running for u._s. President it has a child trafficking ring in the basement of a pizza parlor a few blocks from the white house. I hope we can get a future to question that well. I think we need a bipartisan source for all. We have the congressional budget office which is supposed to evaluate things in a bipartisan partisan fashion yeah <hes> do they are so the tech the thing we want to teach young people now is how to evaluate evidence and it's hard right and these are the thing i love the one i love even now i love is the tree octopus so you can look up the tree octopus. It's layer layer after webpage layer about the lumberjacks who did not like the tree octopus because it interfered with their logging in the tree. Octopus lives was in the tree and jumps down on the fish eats them and climbs back up the tree. There's no such thing as a tree octopus but if you go to the internet it sure looks like it and so this is still an excellent exercise for people of all ages just when somebody when you find something on the internet at may not be true. Keep dead in mind so you gotta sorted out odds. Are it's not worth the volume of it. There's probably a higher percentage chance that it's is not well. It depends on what it is if you say who was the forty first prison united states. It's probably not wrong right. Who is the president of mexico of ten years ago. That's probably not wrong president fox yes that's right but if you ask me fox's first name really have to send. It sounds right yeah but we could look it up. He would probably be right but this other information and especially when you have people deliberately trying to mislead people the fossils agencies yeah with the fossil fuel is doing fossil fuel industries doing with climate change. That's hard man. You gotta be good at it. Okay so with our last two well. No i got to ask this. I read it and i just i've. I know you won't enjoy this. Put it has such a comedic angle. You got married in two thousand six not not quite well. You got it in all right. No it wasn't even a marriage because yeah 'cause they're certificate. The paperwork was not properly filled out this. I i won't call it a source for his never married and tell everybody there were six weeks. I was really happy okay. Monica monica needs to know this. I've ever seen the blue angels so what's everybody's favorite the knife edge pass where the two planes very close captain monica and captain jack. We're going to meet airshow centre at closing speed of eight hundred sixty eight miles an hour and they turn on their sides and just miss each other. My the marriage was now your sh. You have a show. <hes> bill nye saves the world. That's on netflix. S. turned up loud. Everyone yes bill nye saves the world on a netflix that came out in two thousand seventeen did twenty-five shows a ha and they're still on the service also have two books <hes> undeniable niable evolution and the science of creation which is <hes>. We just talked about <hes> a bit ago and i'm very proud of it good in this book i take the controversial step of asserting that viruses should be their own domain of life. Ah then unstoppable is how the next generation is going to use science to provide clean water renewable electricity access to the internet for everybody in the whole the world and don't forget the third book everything all at once which is how we have to solve these problems everything all at once okay put my objection to global warming tabet okay. I'm going to be a foil for you. Yes yes trays excite them. All here are a couple of issues with it. I do not on any leveled. Deny that global warming is happening good. Thank you okay. Thank goodness two things. I wrestle with our a as i learned it in my astronomy class. The earth is well known to be on an axis. It's spinning. It's also wobbling. It's wobbling. I believe every forty nine thousand years. Uh twenty twenty-five thousand is that all it is. That's all okay so every twenty five thousand years it completes a wobble and that is the explanation for our many ice ages and i say russian russian. It's part of it for sure. This is the cycle. How would it be part of it. <hes> it's a it's a very complex system <hes> but yes the milankovitch pitch cycles are the real deal great so knowing that the earth warms and cools and we have ice age regression and whatnot we are at the very napier of that wobble. Are we not where it would be getting warmest anyways. No no no the problem is not that the world wasn't once warmer not that it wasn't much colder at one time not that an ancient dinosaur times if they kept clock the way we do the day was only eighteen hours and there were over a thousand parts vermilion of carbon dioxide. That's not the issue. The issue is the rate at which things are changing because this is processed in. We can't shame a._m._c. ports. We can't move our agriculture north. We can't deal with populations being displaced by droughts and floods. That's the problem is the rate. The speed needed which it has to put it in rate terms. The earth used to have rates of point. Oh one degrees celsius as per millennium <hes> well now. We're at point one per decade. <hes> we are ten thousand times faster if i got my digits digits were ten thousand times faster than ever in history with the one exception perhaps of an asteroid impact that would make a very fast climate change. Yes you can get hooked in a hurry and and change things radically so it's the rate. It's the rate okay good so that that's heard accepted apted my next thing. Methane warms the atmosphere at twenty strong twenty three times the rate at carbon dioxide the main culprits. It's for methane production are the everglades swamp. Land trees are emitting methane tiny amounts the b but methods important port will just want to say though that we are hyper focused on carbon but my own issue is methane is far more the culprit. No oh no the reason everybody's focused on carbon. Dioxide dacca is because there's so much more of it methods a very serious problem grant you yes for sure but there's so much more carbon dioxide. It is after water vapor. It is the big driver for keeping the earth warm and making you get warmer but methane that concern turn no question and speaking of everything all at once. We don't want to do one or the other methane or carbon dioxide. We wanna do everything all at once <hes> mhm well. Here's my here's my i want to say and even a broader point that i like to make which is even if you don't believe in global warming. Let's say you don't oh okay. I can accept that you don't believe in it okay. You should still not wanna be relying on a source of fuel that is finite. Why on earth would we be on a finite source of fuel that we know we're going to be out of and we're going to war over and fight over and give money to people we don't want. Who are they that in of itself also we all breathe air. We acknowledge and we want to breed the clean air possible. Why would we not be striving for the technology that keeps our air is clean as possible in the waters cleanest possible these de-politicize de-politicize it just for one second just should we want the best system possible for creating energy and clean water renewable electricity access the internet. These are my rants so so you know we wouldn't have to have a standing army or military on the far side of the world defending oil. If we were producing our electricity electricity domestically for crying out loud who would not live that so what's happened is the fossil fuel industry has been very successful and introducing the the idea that scientific uncertainty plus or minus two percent. Whatever the heck is the same as plus or minus one hundred percent right and it's just it's absolutely wrong with that said all of us have benefited almost inestimably from fossil fuel and and in many parts of it will still well need our ads. We we're gonna want. Plastics finally come up with the corn base. Whatever is there are things. I i still don't know what is going to be the armchair mechanical engineer myself. I don't know how we're going to fly planes without fossil fuels for quite a while so the fuck and fuel will for the one thing. That's probably many decades out from solving so for you engineers out there for those young scientists. If you wanna do something cool address address air transportation so it may be possible to make fuels renewable from genetically modified algae or something like that. It's quite possible muscle. There's a claim that you can have jet flights only two hours long with battery powered aircraft. This is an extraordinary claim. Especially komo heavy batteries yeah right now yeah for example when i was in school. Aeronautics professor said winglets the things on the wingtips of modern airplanes. There are a waste of time because they're too heavy and the the the the you don't get enough benefit from those you don't want those but the materials of wings have changed changed so much that now they are benefit so this is an exciting opportunity for somebody air transportation but we're not gonna just stop. Fossil fuels is this weekend but the opportunities with wind and solar are huge. Yeah pun intended more power to you. Yeah electricity enables us to podcast fast and make toast. The same thing is amazingly versatile so let's go people renewable electricity for for everyone in the world. Let's go get it done..

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"bill nye" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Nose. You can't beat it. <hes> it it was did you run any risk of getting that that dry ice burn burn your tone. You did the same no comment. I can't imagine taste very well. At this point. Well uh-huh burns your tongue. Oh there's a lot of sales their office so you you get you get good at it if you're drinking if you're doing liquid nitrogen and show four times a morning where you don't burn your tongue i it's <hes> i really wish you had brought some frozen because i love to describe what i'm seeing so a frozen marceau in the freezer doesn't get no nearly cold enough now gonna do you gotta get way colder liquid nitrogen as we like to say cheaper than gasoline it's very common industrial <hes> solvent or liquid and so i just went to the science center and they let me borrow a doer you were as it's called which is the a thermos doers british guy who apparently was the first guy to propose a vacuum flask. Having a thermos bottle is where you have a layer of glass with the vac and another layer of glass with vacuum in between so that it stays cold long time <hes> and that led to bill l. knight assigns that's right although carl sagan makes a little appearance <hes> in between those two things where you actually sought his counsel about so show with the success of that bit it they started having me. Do a science guy bit every few weeks on the comedy show. Some of them were lame. Some of them are good. Many of them were funny because you make fun of the guy having trouble with the oil drummer whatever but <hes> i also was doing a show in the mornings on sunday. They called bills basement where i would have a kid like mister wizard. If those of you old enough to remember and i would do a demonstration with the kid i wrote to carl sagan and at my tenth college reunion and i wanted his counsel and he's he was very nice. He took five minutes with me. He was busy guy new york times bestseller producing the cosmos. Oh series follow on books and this and that so the claim is a footnote the claim is he never said billions and billions johnny. Any carson is supposed to have said that in parodying carl sagan so it is said. I can't get in the fistfight of this not. It's not a hell we should die on. Yes right bigger things so he said kids resonate to pure science. That was the verb because you're initially imagining teaching what your specialty was which is mechanical engineer off airplanes and so he kind of talked you out of that he just one sentence you know they're more interested in that than i realized he was absolutely completely totally right and so <hes> you know hearing him say that are reading that. He said that it made me wonder what your opinion is. Our kids interested in pure science because they're dying in to make sense of the world and by the time you're an adult you just kinda. Take it for granted. Is it that the place you've hit. The nail on the head is everybody starts works out of scientists like why the fuck is all this working. Why is how's that her work house. The lights were how do i think how do i know i'm thinking yeah wow what flowers blooming right right so the thing for me as a kid was b.'s okay. How the hell do these things fly. You look at bumblebee. Its body is enormous compared to its wings wings. It is how in the world does this pull. This off fascinated me still does all this said that one sentence gave me a nudge yes so you did bill nye the science guy from one thousand nine hundred three to nine hundred ninety eight which is why primarily i missed it because i was eighteen in one thousand nine hundred was i. I was not trying to watch t._v. <hes> and learn any plus. This was children's television. This remind everybody there's a lot on the internet nowadays today's there are excellent science videos ver- tasks him with derek more physics girl <hes> diana callahan. There's a lot of excellent science but that stuff's offs highschool and older like that. We still have a need everybody for elementary science. Everybody gets excited about science before their ten space and dinosaurs people space dinosaurs in that five years. You were nominated for twenty three emmys in you one nineteen or the show the show yeah oh yeah well. You're the fucking show. It's seven but i didn't do sound mixing. Okay the least he didn't feel like you whence you knew you were gonna do pure science degree like i guess i got a back and learns pure science not much which by the time you get out of engineering school. You've taken a lot of fundamental science. I hope the hell you can balance a chemical equation. I hope you can do simple simple machines. I hope you have some understanding of biology and plants hope you have some knowledge that chicken start out at eggs because the rooster mr interacted with the chicken. Can i say interacted on the show. We prefer fucking young okay. Yes yeah so during this period period. The show is syndicated across the country. It becomes wildly popular. I have a nosy question you own a piece of that. Show i would imagine right so so financially. It was well right. It was able to well for me to buy a car with cash. That's honda the court station wagon with cash. I loved that car. It was a it was a great car. Love wagons and stick shift. I grew up with the big front. What is it like to be up in seattle and doing local comedy clubs nina public access show and all this and becoming kind of a national. It's weird right. Is it cool 'cause 'cause by the way it's it's. It's <hes> it's unconventional in that you were supposed to move to hollywood or new york city to do that so the fact that you did that. In washington adds adds a layer i think to the bizarreness of it well but it also this was the blurs the blessing in the curse so because we were in a backwater of the seattle's battles the thirteenth market or so. Maybe it's twelve now but that enabled us. It just gave us freedom right. There's an ad going on right now with with dennis quaid where he's driving in a guy goes by and he's the other guys driving and it turns out there on trailers. Yes backwards at one on the science is guy show. We were not on trailers. It's me talking driving your car. On route. Ninety nine hollywood would never permit such a thing yes then they're me driving the grass car which is very popular sequence on the plant show we he's very creative guys stapled carpeting into a cadillac. They bought it a junk yard and one guy was this is a northwest thing was getting his lawn sprayed so crew shows up in these spray mixture mixture of seed and fertilizer onto the so they sprayed it onto this carpeting fluorescent lights in the guys nice garage for a week and grass grew like but it's me driving along talking about the grass car. I'm not on a trailer. That's me driving a car and there's other cars and you gotta deal and so i- mentioned as an example and the and the notorious example that i've mentioned several times abc's disney execs came to seattle to see what the problem was. What's the problem. Why was your last tape delivery. Three days late they send these executives and these they walk into the set and they see the problem immediately. Why did you guys run brick. Why'd you run brick up that high. I two stories and it took me a couple beats. What have you they didn't realize that the wall that looks like styrofoam brick was a brick wall. They thought we had glued artificial brick to the shore warehouse yeah but it just hadn't occurred and they were embarrassed. Harassed then went up and touched it as cold to the touch so in other words that it had limited oversight but then there's other things you were constrained. You know we we did it on a budget and i think you can see when you watch the show part of its charm. Was you have anything you just put yellow and black safety tape on on it and it becomes a thing of science like if you had an iphone and you put yellow and black tape on the back it'd be an iphone of science so there was just plywood and raw wood was of science because we didn't have you know big pro. We had a fantastic props. Department factor guy bill sleep went went on to be the head designer of starbucks when you go into a starbucks all those sharks arrangement yeah but <hes> there was a limited budget legit and so that's part of the charm of the show was just do this now. What is it doing to your love life. Oh well is improving it. Yeah <hes> okay. I broke up with one woman because i was just felt was so busy then i broke up with another woman because i felt i was so busy and the <hes> so i i never had kids. I never got married at that time the logical time to do that and i of course it could be because of everything else that happens to in your life before for that but part of the was. You really are working seven days a week. That's all you're doing and you think it's important and so and so on but i think it's really for you. Psychologists out out there. It was my parents stop getting along when i was whatever twelve thirteen <hes> and and that's probably what why never got married but you you had you hadn't had an example of relationship over successful thriving to replicate anyway <hes> but this i used as an excuse not to get married so the love life was just put on hold. I was on hold but clearly people you had fans now. There were people that were probably very interested in you. That in the past had not been interested in you well. That's an exciting. I guess payment to experience right. You pretty locked into whatever your your appeal is but it was at first. I was not comfortable being famous i now. I can't imagine not so. Here's what i found. <hes> speaking of starbucks see if you're not well. Known law is like four dollars and fifty cents kind but if you're famous is four dollars ars and fifty cents. It's fantastic now the words no it is a value. I was really only looking for riddle. Just doesn't help you.

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"bill nye" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Welcome welcome welcome to experts on expert. I am your fake expert. Dax shepard joined with a real life expert emmy nomination <music> monica padma n- that's right. Everyone's favourite resident mouse was honored with an emmy nomination last week. It's very exciting that i must be clear about it. Emmy nominated not underselling. I'm i'm i'm telling the specific okay daytime creative arts academy and we didn't win. Well listen. I will forever now refer to us. Emmy nominated monica patterson thank you i think age introduce you. Oh wow emmy nominated you until the day you die. You've a moniker now that will last until the day you're on your deathbed and four years from now when you kill me emmy nominee in fact. Have you thought about your headstone. Maybe sane emmy nominated monica pam cremated. Could you get like a headstone just dumped. It share ashes in the drawer if you'd like that. Do you have to have casket in front of that headstone. I don't know listen. I don't want to be buried either. Yeah burnt char broiled. Yes like burger king hamburger and dan but but i do want a big piece of marble that says something scratched into it. Oh okay but you could just get that. Someone can put in their backyard doesn't have to be at a cemetery or something. That's that's what i'm saying. I think anyone can probably get a big slab of marble. In heaven engraved might say here lies decked shepherd friend of emmy nominated monica pierre. Oh my god how are we dying in this scenario. You said four years from now. That's young like that's a little gone too soon for me. My my hunches. It'll be while exploring mars on a rover will want it like we'll. We'll convince ourselves that we wanted to be the first podcast broadcast from mars. It would be a regrettable decision all right okay now to the business at hand. Today's expert is a blast from the past the bill nye the science guy say that because in your childhood you consume bill nye. The science guy was a little old for it but i certainly know bill course i. I love what he did. You brought science into the classroom and into the living room. He got a whole generation of kids on fire for science so darn cool..

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Clinton, Bruce Willis And Washington discussed on The WOR Sports Zone with Pete McCarthy

The WOR Sports Zone with Pete McCarthy

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Clinton, Bruce Willis And Washington discussed on The WOR Sports Zone with Pete McCarthy

"So this is not one story Washington post right now it just snuck up on a site to stunned by city killer asteroid that just missed earth this thing came within and in terms when you when you think of astronomy yeah forty five thousand miles with an earth it's the closest an astronaut as come in a very very long time its only that's less than one fifth of the distance to the moon was Neil degrasse Tyson during all this yeah where is that guy bill Nye the science guy we were day ability grass Tyson is probably too worried about the frozen poster I didn't have an accurate snow flake on it we're gonna talk about that during conscious Clinton even know what you just said I'm afraid to hear it okay anyway the point is that scientists said they were stunned it was a true shock it came out of no where they usually track these things that again what they gonna do about it in case it is heading right you're right a a you know you know put on Bruce Willis put him into a into the space

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"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"Kiwi Co is offering science rules with bill nye listeners sner the chance to try the crates for free to redeem this offer and learn more about their projects for kids of all ages visit Kiwi Co dot com slash science rules once again everyone that's Kiwi Co dot com slash science rules. You're listening to science we have we have another caller Giuseppi. Are you out there. Hello Hi Giuseppi except where you're calling from. I'm from Mexico. Oh that's great where in Mexico via the LASCO but let's go like this House with the Moscow. So what's your question for Lavar <hes> yes. My question is <hes>. What are your thoughts on Albus? Is it like shaming <hes> how rare that is one of the most comfortable options for the blind but live with anyone else steal use it listen to audio books. Ah Man for me just Sepe you're talking to the Audio Book Man Audio Books Reading this. Here's the thing here's the magic about about the activity of reading it his words that interact with your imagination causing you to create pictures in your mind right when you read. You're making a movie because you're and you're that's a great express. You're you're you're casting. You're the director. You're the production designer you design your everything you make a movie in your head right now whether you're reading those words from a printed page or a digital screen or if you're listening to an audio recording of a story the process is the same you connect in your imagination to those words that imagery which causes you to create pictures make a movie so <unk>. I don't care if you're listening to it. If you're reading it in a bound book or you're reading it on a digital device the our connection we are a species of storytellers we we story tell with every every part of ourselves twenty four seven three sixty five right and and because we are storytellers it is our imaginations that are so integral to our role as storytellers. It's who we are. It's our storytelling is intricately an inextricably connected to our humanity just so in other words to separate listening to books is every bit it is good as reading them reading them with Your Eyes Road and you your belief or claim. The bar is it is reading that is my belief and it is my claim and welcome to fight me. No I'm good. I'm good yeah but it is but just like reading with your is to get the most or to get the whole story. You have to be engaged and this is I noticed that <hes> in your question that you typed in there's the thing about if you're driving and someone's going on in front of you. You may tune out of the story for a few minutes and I or seconds and I encourage everybody to hit that rewind button and <hes> my my car you connect your phone to the dashboard you know he's the all the kids are doing it sure and so I hit the double back era will just sappy. That's a great question. Audio books are not cheating. Listen on thanks. Thanks for your call. I think we have another call out there summit. Did I pronounce it properly summit are you. Are you out there perfect yeah. Most people don't get it right. The first time <hes> even a blind squirrel finds a corner now and then so where are you calling from. I am also a college student calling from Massachusetts all right <hes>. What's your question though my question is <hes> is their relationship between imagination and affinity for reading? Oh no nothing to do with each other. There must be doesn't one thing leads to another Lavar they they are part and parcel part of the same superpower that human beings have to imagine.

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"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"Get a quote today at Progressive Dot Com to see how much you could be saving you can listen to add free new episodes of science rules. Only on stitcher your premium for a free month of stitcher premiums go to stitcher premium dot com and use Promo Code Science this on we're all science people science exactly we know it's a good idea because it's lasted chemistry and biology in here in Whiskey thin ice cream. It's who you fall in love with rules and in an ethics and everything we can make the world better for everybody startling welcome to science rules. I'm your host Bill Nye and this is the show where science rules. It's a call in show so if you WANNA be on the show and I hope you do please go to ask Bill nye DOT COM and type on in tell us your question in evoke ca fantastic conversation and change the world in some favorable and perhaps perhaps huge way so if you remember anything and I bet you do I'll Betcha. There's a story associated with it. That's just the way humans are we. We think in stories and if many of you grew up watching the science guy show thank you thank you thank you. I bet you also grew up watching reading rainbow with lavar Burton and check this out people's Today. We have lavar Burton joining us in the studio. Welcome of our bill nye happy to be here. You demand no bill you. The man so reading rainbow was a fabulous thing change the course of human history nicely done. Thank you sir. You have a whole generation of people that listened to you read to them. Now I do yeah but now you're off on a new project which is kind of the same but for grownups yeah and it's just Lavar Burton reads me reading reading yeah offering short story. So how did you get from roots to Reading Rainbow to Jordi to star Trek Yeah. It's a good story. That's a good stuff. Is it too long to tell on my humble podcast bill nye. I'm here to answer your questions brother so no I let me give you the Reader's digest version so brutes was boy..

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"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"We're all science people. Science. Exactly we know what to because it's lasted chemistry biology in here. Gets in whiskey. It's an ice cream. It's in who you fall in love with and ethics and everything else. Rican, make the world better for everybody. Start. Welcome to science rule. So I'm your host Bill Nye. This is the show where were science rules now. It's a call in show people if you wanna be on this show, please go to ask Bill Nye dot com and, and type on in, I wanna hear what's on your mind. And, and speaking of mines, this is a good day to speak of mines, because we're talking about your brain. So I got a feeling that you have thought the following thought, like when I see red is it like the same red is like, when you see red or like, would I see is green you likes these red? And there's like no way to know what green and red is. And it's like so out there, and I gotta feeling we have all wondered that. Furthermore, I hope all of you all of us have wondered how, and maybe even why we wonder anything. Why do we think about anything? What, what are we doing? With. With our brain takes all this blood and oxygen. What is it doing when we're thinking about stuff? So you're listening to this podcast..

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"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"Ancestry dot com or twenty three and me? I've only done ancestry and I. I don't know. I, I liked ancestry showed I like the maps that they show like what regions might actually changed recently, like got smaller and more. Exact but twenty three and me. I answered it because Twenty-three me does some of the health stuff, but I think they generalize it a lot. So what, what are you going to write Charlotte? I don't know. Title. I don't know what he had to write a book. Now, what would be the favorite thing you would want to write about? Astrophysics your dad. On that one. There's a list, not the angry sharpie on the list, just to crisp, line, dad. No. Now, probably rented about, like, like how I like discovering like my interest in science and astro-physics. Good. Wow. Wow. Yeah. Carl zimmer. Thank you so much for coming in. Everybody by his fabulous book. She has her mother's laugh, and that laugh is here. Thank you. Beautiful also ended really is beautiful. I'm Bill Nye, I'm Corey Powell. Remember when it comes to the inherited genes feature of our universe science rules. If you like science, please take a moment to rate and review it in apple podcasts, and on Stitcher. It helps us out and helps other people. Learn about the show. Thanks. Science rules is produced by Jordan Bill are engineers or Casey hall for Jerry O'Connell and Brendon burns mixing, an original theme music by Casey Holford special. Thanks. Of course, to clear, Rawlinson, Chris Bannon is the chief content officer, the COO of Stitcher, where science rooms. On. Stitcher. Science rosewood Bill Nye is also brought to you by key week. Oh, Kiwi co projects designed to spark creativity tinkering and learning in kids of all ages, Kiwi co makes learning about science technology or math fun, Kiwi. Co is offering science rules Bill Nye listeners the chance to try them for free to redeem this offer. Learn more about their projects for kids of all ages. Visit Kiwi co dot com slash science rule. That's Kiwi co dot com slash science rules..

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"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

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The present and future state of redheads

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

05:30 min | 2 years ago

The present and future state of redheads

"So my question is about redheads I- densify as a red head. My dad has red hair. Most of my family does too in kind of growing up. You know, everybody was telling me, you know, this is pretty rare. You know, red heads are going to be extinct by the year. Twenty one hundred. Meanwhile, I'm walking around, you know, places like Dumbo Brooklyn. And so have all over the place. Have. So hip. And in film and TV shows. I'm just seeing red hair everywhere. And I'm wondering you know what's. You know, the present state of red head. What's the future of red heads? Or am I just sort of attaching myself today's folks because I want one. So that's my question. I'm here for you. We gotta digress briefly on skin pigment. Skimping. Why redheads always pale? Because because some of the variants that can make you have lighter hair are also making pigment in your skin, which is going to be light it. So I should just point out. My daughter has is quite pale. She totally gets that from her Irish mother also has a little bit of red in her hair. Very all right. So enter does that make you feel any better agree? Guys. Thank you for calling in setting the record straight here. All right. Trying to ruled guys. Well

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"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"We hear in science roles Bill Nye, I'm Bill Nye by the ways, but we hear it science rules with Bill Nye like another podcast called science versus. They have experts. They have nerds friendly nerds that do investigations, that do reporting about what you might call misconceptions, or science ideas that are in the news this week. There's one coming up about peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and how they became so dangerous. You know, when I was a kid, if you couldn't eat peanut butter and jelly, I mean you would have starved to death. But now, you know, somebody or, you know, somebody who knows somebody that has a peanut allergy, and this, this week these hard hitting investigative friendly nerds. Find out what's going on with at checkout. Science versus at science VS. Do you get you follow me? It's not the Latin word versus. It's just the two letters V and S science, VS wherever podcasts are so. Old wait wherever podcasts are available. Try it. It's, it's a, it's a worthy discussion may dare I say it change your life. We're all science people. Science. Exactly we know what to do because it's lasted chemistry here biology here. It's, it's an ice cream. It's in who you fall in love with and ethics and everything else. Rican, make the world better for everybody. Starting now. Welcome to science rules. I'm your host Bill Nye. And this is the show people were science rules, everyone to call in show. So call me I want to hear from you. If you wanna be on the show, and I hope you do, and you have a compelling wonderful question, please go to ask Bill Nye dot com and type on in will get your question and get you on the show. So everybody you've met ever has parents, see what I mean. And they had parents. And so we have all inherited certain traits characteristics, I call her hair, colour height weight, all these things come with your genes. So, but the question is always always why did we inherit some things some characteristics and not other things. I don't know. But I wonder about it often. So today, we're going to try to work that out, along with a few other mysteries of heredity. So I'm joined once again, by science writer, and editor and strangely enough. My good friend Korea's Pell, and he is inherited a thing or two in his time. So how Corey good to see you again today. Logan, Bill and here today is writer and journalist Carl Zimmer welcome to science roles Carl. Garowe. Why were you? I mean we talking about heredity, and I got a strong feeling these two ideas are connected. But why did you write a book about both heredity and parasitology? Well, you know, I think I just like to, you know, explore things that we all kind of know about, but don't really think about..

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"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"We're all science people. Science. Exactly we know what to do because it's lasted chemistry in here. There's biology in here in Wisconsin. It's an ice cream. It's in who you fall in love with and ethics and everything else. Rican, make the world better for everybody. Starting now. Greetings, everyone. Welcome to science rules. I'm your host Bill Nye. This is the show where science rules. This is where we talk about the universe in our place within it and, and how we know that it's with science. Now, everyone wants to call one show. So if you want to be on. We want you to call in, please go to ask Bill Nye dot com and type tell us your question, and we'll get you on the air, and I am once again, joined by science, writer, and editor longtime friend, Cory s Powell. Greetings Corey salutations to you Bill. Now Corey Bill fifty years ago. I was a kid they time one hundred fifty or fifty I it's hard to tell when you look at me, but it was just fifty. I've been living hard. I got very sick sicker than I am today. I was sweating, the week, the shakes the whole thing you're described, our family, doctor, Dr Cole. Prescribe penicillin and I felt better right away. But if I had been infected with that same bacterium today, I probably would not have bounced right back after taking penicillin and gone to school, the next day, I would have just had to let the illness, run its course for a week or so, or let it kill me. And the penicillin compound today is about the same. But the bacteria that infect is have mutated, they've changed penicillin his completely ineffective against many of them. And so, as they keep mutating Corey, we're facing serious problem because we got all these diseases and we don't have the drugs. We used to have that confide them. So today we are talking about preventing an antibiotic apocalypse. And today, we have someone, I think is just an extraordinary guest. She's a microbial ecologist at the university of Massachusetts at Amherst, and the leader Alier in finding new ways to fight bacterial. Infections, ladies and gentlemen. Dr peg Riley. You have a big idea, right? I have lots of them Bill. Pick one. It's connected to infectious disease. Okay. Well, my big idea. Let's go back to when you were kid, and you were taking that drug and it twenty four hours later. You felt better what you didn't realize that the time was at the same time. You took that drug..

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"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"bill nye" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"We're all science people. Science. Exactly we know what to because it's lasted chemistry biology in here. It's in whiskey. It's an ice cream. It's in who you fall in love with. Rules and ethics and everything else, we can make the world better for everybody. Starting now. Welcome to science rules. I'm your host Bill Nye. And this is the show where what people that's right. Science rules, science rules, the universe. So it rules the show and I remind us well, you are everybody, it's a in show. The most interesting part of the show, is you your questions. Your ideas, what you have to say about today's topic. So please go to ask. Bill Nye dot com, and type on it. So everybody look around where you're sitting, or standing or driving everything. You can see came out of somebody's head everything in your world was put there by people. And in general those people were able to do science and embraced the scientific method, we want everybody to embrace this idea that nature is knowable that we can understand the cosmos, and our place within it, and we can understand the materials forces and energy. The of the cosmos, in such a way that we can make a high quality of life for everybody on this planet. It doesn't mean we want everybody to be a scientist. We certainly don't want everybody to be an engineer the fashion choices alone would be very troubling for the world. So that's why science rules people. And that's why I'm always excited about doing every single show, perhaps this one especially because we are communicating about communicating science. What can be more fun than that? I'm joined by science writer and editor Corey Powell who's also, by the way, my friend. Oh, hey, Bill, and he's helped me so much with my science communication with my book undeniable unstoppable. Everything all at once and Corey, and I have someone with us today, who is one of my very favorite science communicator? She is in a word. Extraordinary marvelous two words, Shirley. There's a portmanteau that we can link those two words together. I mean like a Pharval, a fabulous marvelous. Yes. Exactly digress. But that's when the flight the Blue Angel flight demonstration, team recruiting tool using your tax dollars flies over airshow centre with two inverted into planes, right side up show, center, captain, Cory Cory s pal commands.

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BBC pulls podcasts from Google Assistant and Google Podcasts

podnews

01:38 min | 2 years ago

BBC pulls podcasts from Google Assistant and Google Podcasts

"Is the BBC. I don't have access to that podcast anymore. The BBC have blocked access to its podcasts by Google and BBC podcasts and no longer available on Google podcasts. Google assistant and Google. Search our special reports, which will linked to from our show notes, and our newsletter notes that this may be the beginning of the end of free and open podcasting. Sixty eight percent of podcast listeners believed that the medium contributes to their intellectual growth. A new podcast called note. Cast allows listeners to capture snippets of podcast conversations as digital notes and lets them annotate them further. Listening to podcasts on Amazon. Alexa, isn't always a great experience. Gear brain has written up better ways to do it on your smart speaker willing to that from our newsletter and from our show notes as well as a new podcast app pulled crypt which enables you to automatically or manually. Donate to. Verified podcasts based strictly on time. Listened the service uses crypto currency and pod news is on the service. And our theory of ide- is in our main description as requested Stitcher have announced a raft of new podcasts. Joining the network is actor and comedian as if man v husband and wife GIO devali and codeine Ellis and Bill Nye the science guy. Transcribe meow is an app to help podcasters transcribed their podcasts right meow, and congratulations to Morris Wheeler who is Hubbard broadcasting's new manager of corporate podcasting strategy

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Senator Rips Ted Cruz for 'Crocodile Tears' Over Shutdown

Overnight re-air of day's programming

13:25 min | 2 years ago

Senator Rips Ted Cruz for 'Crocodile Tears' Over Shutdown

"Works securing the border. Walls are effective and I'll tell you every single border patrol agent. I've asked that and I have asked dozens probably hundreds of border patrol agents are walls affected unquestionably. They say, yes, let's not. Let's talk man. Walls, aren't the only thing you need technology, you need boots on the ground all sorts of other tools, but walls, the critical point in intercepting someone crossing over illegally. Is the time between detection. Interception. And what a wall does is slows down the traffickers to give the border patrol time. Intercepted. And by the way, we've seen it over and over again at San Diego when they built the wall the illegal traffic plummeted in El Paso when they built the wall the traffic plummeted. But now the Democrats their position it's not substantive. They voted for three hundred fifty miles a wall. So why are they shutting the government down over two hundred and thirty four miles at wall. It's not substantive. It's political. Okay. We get they hate Donald Trump. If anyone in America had missed that point that they really really really don't like this, man. There yelling and screaming, and we has made that a bundle clear. But just because you hate somebody. Doesn't mean you should shut the government down. I voted to keep this government open right now today, the Democrats are filibustering funding for the government. Let me tell you something else. A Senator from Colorado in dispute we had a whole colloquy with a Senator from Louisiana. The Senator from Mississippi the Senator for the last about funding, the coastguard did you notice? Madam President in that entire. Bellowing speech. The words coastguard whenever uttered. Not once. What Senator Kennedy asked this body to do was pass a clean Bill to pay the paychecks of the coast guard Senator Kennedy's Bill? Does it mention whether you like what are not mentioned in medieval wall or any other kind of? Well, it's simply says pay the coastguard. Yes. No. Every Republican agrees pay the coast guard right now, it's not fair to treat the coastguard differently than we're treating the army and navy and marines and air force. Senator from Colorado didn't address that. Because it is indisputable is the fact that the reason that didn't pass right now. Is because the democratic leader stood up and Nate an objection. And by implication, every democratic Senator presumably agrees with the fact that the Senator from Colorado didn't say, yes, we should fund the coastguard, and you know, what my leader was wrong. When he held the paychecks of the coast guard men and women hostage. Because he wants to win a political fight with the president. And by the way, I would note to the Senator of Colorado. It's not the end of the world to stand up to your party's leader. Some of us have a history of having done. So in the past. We're now in the longest government shutdown in history shutdown needs to end the American people want it to end. We also need to secure the border. And Madam President. I have to say the contrast between the two parties, it could not be clear. The president has repeatedly said he wants to negotiate and he wants to compromise. He said he's willing to meet in the middle. He hasn't insisted on. Every mile a border wall. He asked for he hasn't insisted on every single dollar a border security. He said, let's meet and compromise. Republicans on this side of the chamber of said, let's compromise in the middle and the position of Senate Democrats, they will not negotiate. They will not compromise period. So their position how many miles of wall can be built zero to one yet. When it comes to negotiating their position is not an inch of law can be built, even though we the Democrats already voted for three hundred and fifty miles out why. Because Donald Trump's president. That is an extreme and radical position. And look I understand folks watching at home, it's hard to tell you. You're reading the news. It seems like both parties are bickering. It's hard to tell what's happening, particularly because on the on the Senate floor. There's a lot of procedural mumbo jumbo. If you wanna understand what's going on the exchange between Senator Kennedy and Senator Schumer illustrates at all. Senator Kennedy's building one thing. And one thing only paid the salaries of the men and women of the coast guard it didn't touch any other issue. Every Republican agrees with that Bill. And the Democrats objected and said we will not pay the Goa coast guard had they not objective. We could put that Bill on the president's desk today, and they could get their paychecks right now. That is emblematic of the approach of Senate Democrats. And so. The Senator from Colorado. Stopped screaming at me. He then engaged in a bit of historical retrospective, Ted Cruz of Texas about the great framers of our constitution. That I enjoy it. Then that I very much agree with. I'm someone who's spent a lifetime devoted to the constitution. I am inspired by the framers who gave us this extraordinary Democratic Republic. The Senator from Colorado called for members of this body to aspire. To be more. Like this men and women that gave us this country gave us this Republic. If you can keep it. Benjamin Franklin put it. And I concur with that. And what I would urge the Senator from Colorado. Is to reach out to his democratic colleagues and council compromise. I am urging my colleagues on this side to do the same. And the difference is the Republicans are willing to compromise have offered to compromise. And in fact, just now sought to pay the coastguard and the democratic position is no, no, no we object. That is partisan. It is extreme. And it is not behavior. That would bring pride to the framers of our constitution. I hope that this body can do better. Senator from Colorado democrat, Michael Bennet, Texas for having this conversation. I don't think I was yelling. But I'll go watch the taper screaming at you. I also have never call anybody on this floor a liar. As you did somebody twenty fifteen on this floor, but the ethics of all of this. But I just wanted to say two things one. I appreciate the fact that you at least seem to be accepting the fact that every democrat who is here on that immigration Bill twenty thirteen voted for voted for the three hundred fifty miles of all that you're talking about. You didn't vote for that Bill or the Senator from Texas didn't vote for that Bill Nye soom, you had your reasons by the way, I wouldn't presume to think what you would think about it as a border as a person from border state. I say stop far from the border. And we see the effects ill real for good immigration in my state. But I do know this there were two senators from a border state. State of Arizona who were on that gang Bill. With whom I sat day after day after day negotiating the provision for months, and they didn't have to just. Vote for the Bill we're against it. But they had to go home to Arizona. John McCain and Jeff flake didn't explain why they support. And why was the right thing to do for Zona? Which is a Senator from Texas knows is a border state. So the idea that there's a problem to be solved here because Democrats in this chamber for open borders is false. As the Senator indicated. The second point is. Senator from Texas reference. Ben Franklin Franklin was standing outside the steps of constitution hall and somebody who was passing by this while they're writing constitution. Said mr. Mr. Franklin, what kind of government, are you creating a monarchy or Republic? That was the question. And is a Senator Cruz has said his answer was a Republican if you can keep it. If you can keep it. His injury was not a Republican. It was a Republic if you can keep it. Because he knew that the words written in the constitution. We're going to preserve themselves. Exercising democratic self government. A Democratic Republic. Would require generations. Of women and men not just in this chamber. But as citizens. And

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Jerry Springer, Stephen Helensburgh And Bill Nye discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Jerry Springer, Stephen Helensburgh And Bill Nye discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"News for SpongeBob. Squarepants fans. Stephen Helensburgh who created the massively successful animated Nickelodeon series has died at age fifty seven no word on a cause of death. But Hillenbrand revealed last year that he'd been diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disease LS, you can call him judge, Jerry. Now, that's the name of Jerry Springer's new show that will have him sitting behind a bench dusting off his law degree to dispense Justice L debut late next year. The only win maintain green book is an early favorite to win an Oscar not the film starring Mahershala Ali and Vigo Mortenson was just named the year's best by the national board of review. Hello and welcome to the big brother house. Julie Chen moon Dez is returning to host big brother celebrity edition when the show returns for season. Two January twenty first. Save the more and Bill Nye the

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How China and the US Are Spawning a New Great Power Naval Rivalry

Dark Secret Place

03:12 min | 3 years ago

How China and the US Are Spawning a New Great Power Naval Rivalry

"A nuclear powered aircraft carrier mission's off africa or anywhere around the world because otherwise why would you go to the trouble putting a nuclear power plant on a ship if you didn't want that huge advantage anyway the second chinese carriers have see china is not a naval power at this moment compared to other regional powers in the south china sea they are however compared to the us navy they are not but find me in ten years will be definitely having a different discussion so the chinese now with a second aircraft carrier not yet operational but starting at sea tests today undoubtedly it'll be under close observation by by local navy's when we come back what did the egg heads theorize dropping a actual atomic bomb in japan would actually be in may of nineteen fortyfive only three months away from doing it they were still having meetings i'll read you some of the minutes the meeting from may tenth nineteen forty five here in just a minute so dark secret place brian suits back in the second kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael should pay with the news a free trial conferences set for wednesday in downtown la connected with bill nye lawsuit against the walt disney company the popular science guy host claims burbank based studio improperly held on the millions of dollars in profits related to his tv show eruption of the killer way of volcano in the pacific ring of fire in hawaii has experts looking a little closer at volcanic peaks here on the west coast that are also part of the geologically active region the west coast is home to a chain of thirteen volcanoes from washington's mount baker to lassen peak here in california nasa planning to send a tiny autonomous helicopter tomorrow on its next rover mission to the red planet the space agency announced yesterday the helicopter will be carried aboard the mars twenty twenty rover we'll check out the forecast and the drive on the freeways nex ms rpm invoice list price dealer price toby knapp here if your car shopping you've probably heard these terms but what do they mean it's so confusing it was confusing not.

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Tiangong 1: Chinese satellite falls to Earth, mostly burns up -- latest location, updates

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Tiangong 1: Chinese satellite falls to Earth, mostly burns up -- latest location, updates

"For peace in the world including an end to conflicts in syria yemen and the middle east now to the out of control space station plunging from the sky the chinese station falling to earth expected to enter the atmosphere and burn up within the next several hours space agencies around the world are tracking the station and possible debris but where it hits it's still anyone's guess but we are getting a major update tonight here's abc's with johnson tonight the final countdown the explosive reentry of china's first space station expected at any moment the latest simulation video showing most of it burning up in the sky and now a new prediction way have extremely high confidence that the united states is in the clear v updated path of reentry far south of the united states the pacific ocean hundreds of miles off the coast of south america still ever since the chinese lost control of tian gong one two years ago the exact location of its fiery finale has been difficult to predict the aerospace corporation tracking its orbit not ruling out another surprise if it were to reenter earlier would be over asia and if it were to reenter later would be south america and then passing northeast up over africa and enter the into asia again the odds of getting hit by a piece of space junk or a trillion to one but that hasn't stopped many from looking to the sky including bill nye what's unique about this space stage debris from outer space thousands of tonnes hit the earth every night every day all the time but this things eight and a half times and its cylinder coal the solar panels are going to go like this or like this and so there's a lot of unknowns and johnson joins us now wait i see you're not wearing your helmet a good sign for americans if people were in the area around reentry what could they see.

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