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Bill Nye debunks misconceptions surrounding climate change, motivation to change the world, and his new book Unstoppable: Harnessing Science to Change the World.
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What are satellites? How do we use them? And why are there so many of them hanging out in Earth's orbit? Everyday Einstein answers these and many other questions about satellites
What are satellites? How do we use them? And why are there so many of them hanging out in Earth's orbit? Everyday Einstein answers these and many other questions about satellites.