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Bill Nye is the consummate scientist -- with a flair for humor. "Bill Nye the Science Guy" was born after he won a Steve Martin look-a-like contest circa 1978, eventually showcasing his scientific knowledge on PBS from 1993 to 1998.
53 pm Read more Get Celebrity Newsletters: One person who may not be crazy about the casting choice of Jamie Dornan , the "new" Christian Grey, is, of all people, Bill Nye the Science Guy...After getting the role of a lifetime on The Big Bang Theory (
Harper, 74, was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer earlier this year, and given three to six months to live. Amid new reports that she is close to remission, Harper said on "GMA," "I'm moving in the right direction. So as my husband said, 'Let's
But though he's never had quite as catchy a show title since, Nye has remained active in our pop culture for the past 15 years. The "Dancing With the Stars" connection shouldn't have come out of left field, as Nye has a history of appearing on
Nye is best known for hosting "Bill Nye the Science Guy," a PBS Kids and syndicated series that lasted 100 episodes from 1993-1998...Each episode of "Bill Nye the Science Guy" focused on a specific scientific topic. Following the end of "The Science
On Monday's NBC Today , correspondent Mara Schiavocampo offered a fawning report on the 20th anniversary of the popular children's show, Bill Nye, The Science Guy , describing its host as "Part teacher, part crusader." A sound bite followed of Nye
Popular television show host Bill Nye the Science Guy will visit NAU on April 17 and will speak in the Cline Library auditorium. Bill Nye is a scientist, engineer, comedian, author, and inventor and according to his website, his mission is to help
There are tons more space rocks hurtling towards us we just don't know about them. "There is a lot of space in space."...Here is a list of things we did not learn: Whether or not we will all be killed by asteroids/meteors in the very near future.
It's easy to use and we also offer free tools for teachers to enhance learning beyond the traditional school day." Drawings will be held each week until December 2 where one teacher and one student win an iPad. In addition, one student or teacher
The following is a transcript of what he says in his piece: Denial of evolution is unique to the United States. I mean, we're the world's most advanced technological--I mean, you could say Japan--but generally, the United States is where most of the