Bill Nye Answers Science Questions From Twitter – Part 3 | Tech Support | WIRED

Bill Nye uses the power of Twitter to once again answer common questions about science. When will teleportation happen? Will tardigrades take over the moon? How do planes work? What does a neutron do? If you took all the animals of the ocean, how much shallower would the water get? Bill answers all these questions, and more!

:50 – 1:08 Tardigrade image by Diane R. Nelson / East Tennessee State University

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Bill Nye Answers Science Questions From Twitter – Part 3 | Tech Support | WIRED


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30 thoughts on “Bill Nye Answers Science Questions From Twitter – Part 3 | Tech Support | WIRED

  1. What if teleportion is actually cloning you self at a certain place then your memories are transferred and your old body is disintegrated at the same time

  2. I don’t think teleportation will ever exist. But I do think that moving at the speed of light will eventually exist. Basically The same thing on earth but definitely not in space

  3. We all going into war and sad that one day the news is going to have ‘the person we all loved and helped us pass that one test is now dead celebrity William Sanford Nye or Bill nye has passed away’

  4. Bill Nye is really not as enjoyable as he used to be, just condescending and bored rather than genuinely excited to explain something and educate people. Find someone else!

  5. Bill Nye taught me more respect for science than any teacher could have ever taught. I could spend a half decade asking him (logical) questions. He raised me as far as science education goes.

  6. Neutrons make it so that the nucleus isn't just a straight hunk of protons – there's hypotheses about these things called "islands of stability", where really big nuclei with the exact right ratio of neutrons to protons might stay together longer than other ones with other ratios

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