A trailer has been released for Bill Nye‘s return to TV…sorta. The new show is titled Bill Nye Saves the World, and it’s coming soon to Netflix.
The new show will of course be all about the science, and will combine experiments about everything from space exploration to popular diets, special guests, putting some myths to the test, and discussions among other things. You can read a little bit more about the show, including when you’ll get to watch it, and check out the trailer below.
If you have the opportunity to visit Walt Disney World, you must know which rides and shows everyone queues up for at the start of the day. At Epcot, all race toward Soarin’ or Test Track. For Animal Kingdom, Expedition Everest, and Kilimanjaro Safaris bring the longest lines. But many attractions are often unfortunately overlooked, namely because many other spectacles distract guests’ attention.
The purpose behind this Disney In Depth is to honor the many shows, exhibits, films, and rides that may be forgotten in the mix of the most popular attractions at Walt Disney World. Here are my 10 Most Overlooked Walt Disney World Attractions.
Right now, there’s a debate underway between Bill Nye “The Science Guy” and creationist Ken Ham, the head of the Creation Museum in Kentucky. The debate is streaming live now from the museum and you can watch it here below.
Note – you can rewind the video to watch from the beginning; also, at 8:45pm, there will be a Q&A session with the debaters.
20 years ago children were introduced to a wacky and highly-enthusiastic brainiac who wanted to share his love of the scientific world with everyone. Meet Bill Nye, who started his career as a Boeing engineer, but later became a pop culture icon through hosting a ’90s-era educational show. Bill Nye the Science Guy aired around 100 episodes during its run, and the man, who sports that signature bow-tie, continues to make his mark in Disney’s world.
Here are some examples of how Bill Nye is in many ways a Disney guy.