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Entertainment Bill Nye Says ‘We’re All One Species’ As He Simplifies Race In Viral Video

03:26  20 july  2020
03:26  20 july  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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“ We ’ re all one species , but we ’ re not treating each other fairly… “Racism goes beyond the color of someone’s skin. it’s systemic and yes an explanation by bill nye will not end it obviously. it was said to bring attention to the video that is alll [sic],” someone wrote on Twitter.

Science educator Bill Nye talks climate change with CNN's Brian Stelter and explains why he thinks climate change deniers will be a thing of the past.

Bill Nye standing in front of a television © @billnye/TikTok

Bill Nye is done with skirting around a topic and his new TikTok platform is proof.

From sharing the importance of wearing a mask to racism, Nye is tackling everything.

Nye broke down the reasoning behind different skin colours and how really, we are all the same.

He started off sharing a map that showed the intensity of UV light across the globe.

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In the video embedded below, Bill “The Science Guy” Nye spoke with Real Time with Bill Maher producer Miles During the discussion, Nye aired his views on race , which he said is an artificial “The only thing that’s going to come out is a human,” Nye said . “That’s because we ’ re all one species .

(CNN) Bill Nye wants to remind you of the seriousness of global warming and he 's not mincing words. The well-known science commentator appeared That is seven pages shorter than the menu for the Cheesecake Factory." Nye also attempted to explain "carbon pricing." "When we release carbon, say

“It turns out the closer you are to the equator, the more intense the ultraviolet light is,” he said.

“It turns out that everybody on earth is descended from people who lived here, in Africa,” he continued while noting that has people migrated away, the amount of UV light they were receiving lessoned.

“Our skin is where we make vitamin D; if you don’t get enough ultraviolet, then you don’t get enough vitamin D. But if you get too much ultraviolet, then you break down your folates. You have to have it in perfect balance. And because the ultraviolet varies, the colour of our skin varies. And that’s it, everybody. That’s why we have different colour skin,” Nye said.

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Concluding, “But we’re all one species. But we’re not treating each other fairly. Not everybody is getting an even shake, (while rattling a bottle of vitamin D and folates) so it’s time to change things.”

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Nye ’s video quickly went viral on social media. Inspired by his Bill Nye the Science Guy segment “Consider the Following,” the science educator shared a TikTok in which he attempted to “So the reason we want you to wear a mask is to protect you, sure,” he explained, growing rather impassioned.

Are they complementary? Bill Nye the Science Guy suggests that, while philosophy is a worthwhile We in fact cannot say for certain whether it will or won't. The same is true for questions concerning our very Bill Nye , scientist, engineer, comedian, author, and inventor, is a man with a mission: to help

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Nye's video went viral and many people turned to Twitter to praise him for his simplified take on racism amid the Black Lives Matter protests.

"I nominate Bill Nye as Earth’s new life coach," wrote one person. "Who else thinks we should call Bill Nye the science saint?" said another, while someone else said, "Bill Nye out there with truth and no time for bulls**t."

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