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Bill Nye
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Bill Nye Aug 4
Recently on Science Rules! — argues that if we save the bears, we save the world, and explains how architecture can prevent waste. Listen here: And, send us your questions for our upcoming guests: 201-472-0785.
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Barack Obama Aug 2
Welcome home, and ! We launched the Commercial Crew program to strengthen our U.S. space program and it's been great to see its success. This historic NASA-SpaceX mission is a symbol of what American ingenuity and inventiveness can achieve.
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Bill Nye Aug 2
Congratulations to Bob, Doug, and SpaceX. Their capsule splashed down just fine in the Gulf of Mexico!
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Michael E. Mann Jul 29
"It's time for America to reassert climate leadership. It starts with voting" | My latest for the :
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Planetary Society Jul 29
YOU could join our CEO at a VIP event to witness land on Mars!! Support our mission to advance space science and exploration with every entry. Enter for your chance at
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Bill Nye Jul 18
John Lewis will be missed. He felt the right to vote was sacred. With his help, we’ve made progress — but we have a long way to go. His life proves that one person can indeed change the world.
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Bill Nye Jul 17
Do you need more in your life? can help! And meet the OTHER Microsoft guy who wants to save the world: . Also, send us your questions for our upcoming guests: 201-472-0785.
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Bill Nye Jul 16
White House says, science should not stand in the way of reopening schools? I guess it’s good to have it spelled out. The administration is generally not in favor of science. Might surprise a few of us. My O My... science out of the way??
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Andrew Cuomo Jul 9
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Bill Nye Jul 8
Science Rules! episodes with and are now available wherever you get podcasts. And we still need your questions! Check out the upcoming topics in the image. You can leave a voicemail at 201-472-0785 or go to .
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Bill Nye Jul 4
Happy 4th of July. Many of us are having one tough summer. In the last 244 years, we’ve had quite a few. We can and we will pull together and get through this, all of this. Be safe out there, and get ready to vote— the key to democracy.
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Bill Nye Jun 30
It’s Asteroid Day! The anniversary of the Tunguska air-burst event. Let’s stay un-extinct!
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Bill Nye Jun 24
More episodes of Science Rules! means we need more of your questions! Check out the upcoming topics in the image. You can leave a voicemail at 201-472-0785 or go to
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Bill Nye Jun 24
Greetings Earthlings. NASA Headquarters is now named for Mary Jackson, the mathematician that helped put humans in space. Space exploration brings out the best in us.
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Bill Nye Jun 20
Happy Solstice to All! Pandemic or not, the Earth still orbits & spins.
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Bill Nye Jun 19
Today is Juneteenth, a day where we commemorate the effective end of slavery in the United States. Today, 155 years later, we see how far we have yet to go. It’s time for sweeping change. It’s time to get to work.
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Bill Nye Jun 12
We're recording new episodes of Science Rules! next week, and we need your questions — see the upcoming topics in the image. Leave me a voicemail at 201-472-0785 or go to .
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Planetary Society Jun 12
Astronaut and sit down to talk about space exploration and how racial injustice affects it. Full conversation at
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Bill Nye Jun 10
Science Rules! is coming back with new episodes featuring your questions answered by the world's leading experts. Send us a message at or leave us a voicemail at 201-472-0785. We are tackling wildlife conservation, learning to speak, and many more!
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Bill Nye Jun 5
Many of us are having a hard time looking up right now. It’s a painful moment. We here at The Planetary Society recognize we must do more to support Black people & call out the systemic racism that plagues our world.
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