Earth’s climate crisis, Titan’s ice volcanos, Venus’ runaway greenhouse effect, and more. David Grinspoon, Chuck Nice, and former Chief Scientist at NASA Ellen Stofan are here to discuss what we can learn about our own home by studying our neighbors.
What’s the best way to stay scientifically literate in a world of “alternative facts”? Bill Nye, co-host Chuck Nice, and The Atlantic’s senior editor, Ross Andersen are here to help your science skills stay sharp and offer ways to seek out the truth.
Who better to answer fan-submitted questions about science fiction on TV and in the movies than Bill Nye? Bill and Chuck Nice flip channels between “Star Trek,” “Star Wars,” “Lost in Space,” “Gilligan’s Island,” “Back to the Future,” and more. (Adult Language.)
What’s happened to Earth in the Anthropocene age – and what does the future hold? Find out from astrobiologist David Grinspoon, journalist Andrew Revkin, and Chuck Nice. Now extended with Chuck and Bill Nye answering Cosmic Queries about climate change.
If you’re expecting a few questions about pot and LSD, you’d be right. But Chuck Nice also throws more Cosmic Queries than that at host Bill Nye, from how to get more women into STEM to discovering life on Mars. Now extended with even more Queries with Bill and Chuck.
Bill Nye is back in the StarTalk All-Stars hosting seat to lead the fight against climate change and discuss the future of climate science. He’s joined by Columbia University climate scientist Dr. Radley Horton, and comic co-host Chuck Nice.
What’s the best way to stay scientifically literate in a world of “alternative facts”? Bill Nye, comic co-host Chuck Nice, and The Atlantic’s senior editor, Ross Andersen are here to help your science skills stay sharp and offer ways to seek out the truth.
Now that climate change is beyond dispute, StarTalk All-Stars host Seth Shostak is joined by Ken Caldeira, climate scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science, and co-host Eugene Mirman to talk about the impact on humans and social systems.
Who better to answer fan-submitted Cosmic Queries about science fiction on TV than our own Bill Nye the Science Guy? Bill and co-host Chuck Nice flip channels between “Star Trek,” “Lost in Space,” “Gilligan’s Island,” “Lost,” and more. (Warning: Adult Language.)
Curious about what’s happened to Earth in the Anthropocene age – and what’s going to happen in the future? Find out from our host, astrobiologist David Grinspoon, author of “Earth in Human Hands,” science journalist Andrew Revkin, and co-host Chuck Nice.
Neil Tyson celebrates the first season of StarTalk All-Stars with fan favorite episodes featuring Bill Nye and our other new hosts grappling with climate change, visualizing our universe, listening for aliens, sending human beings to Mars, and much more.
In honor of Sir Isaac Newton’s birthday, Bill Nye and Chuck Nice answer Cosmic Queries about inventions, innovations and scientific discovery, from sewers, to artificial intelligence, to the future of energy, to the exploration of Mars, and more.