With his baby-blue lab coat and kicky bowtie, Bill Nye became an icon of '90s pop culture with his hit half-hour TV series, Bill Nye the Science Guy. The show was as quirky as it was educational, and, according to the National Academies Press, it was effective, too. Kids who watched it wound up being better at explaining science than those who didn't. After appearing on air for five seasons and winning a bunch of Emmys, Nye sits down with chapeaued journalist Patt Morrison for the Los Angeles Times Ideas Exchange With Bill Nye to discuss his new book, Everything All at Once: How to Unleash Your Inner Nerd, Tap Into Radical Curiosity and Solve Any Problem. Indeed, science rules.
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