Best of Tech Support: Bill Nye, Neil DeGrasse Tyson and More Answer Science Questions from Twitter

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, June 5, 2018
  • Bill Nye, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, doctor turned actor Ken Jeong, science fiction director James Cameron, former NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and neuroscientist Anil Seth answer the most interesting science questions from Twitter. Do your guts float in space? How do you know if you're an alien? Can you punch specific memories out of your brain? What exactly is a tractor beam? If humans evolved from monkeys, why are there still monkeys?

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    Best of Tech Support: Bill Nye, Neil DeGrasse Tyson and More Answer Science Questions from Twitter
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  • Emmanuel Alejandro

     (Jun 5, 2018)

    The revenge of the nerds video we don't deserve. But we got it anyways.

  • Harasuke Amu

     (Dec 8, 2018)

    We were unworthy but blessed!!

  • jvgameplay so7

     (Aug 22, 2018)

    phycist e science e química

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     (Jul 13, 2018)

    For a second thought, I thought the video was gonna show the three of them together in a white room and reading questions and answers together.

  • ޓކހރ-ލއއބޚ

     (Dec 27, 2018)

    The magic of photoshop

  • SomeOne

     (Dec 10, 2018)

    Your name is too good

  • A D

     (Jun 5, 2018)

    1 stupid question after the other...Missed opportunity to ask intelligent questions.

  • Tracer btw

     (Feb 20, 2019)

    well they arent suited for that job until they actually know these subjects properly, bill nye talks about science and gender without grasping the important parts of it and is wrong on a lot of it, which is bad because he's communicating false to people, Neil Degrasse is fine, but overrated, he's not that educated on the subjects either, theyre mostly just getting paid to say stuff because theyre popular at this point

  • Arthur Morgan

     (Jun 6, 2018)

    People really still ask the "why are there still monkeys" question? We really need to improve our education system lol

  • Red blooded American 0

     (1 day ago)

    Real rick and morty viewer right here

  • ŠtÅrĶ #StarkSquad

     (Mar 29, 2019)

    How's dutch ?

  • Zap Actionsdower

     (Jun 5, 2018)

    so this is just a compilation of previous videos generating revenue by masking as new content? since when did george lucas start working for wired?

  • Nehme Ta Frog

     (Feb 9, 2019)

    It's a COMPILATION. It would be harder to go to each individual video for these clips. They put it all into one place, therefore making it easier for us to see the best parts. I fail to see the issue here.

  • Van Hendrix

     (Jun 5, 2018)

    I remember seeing Neil Degrasse on the history channel, back when they still did educational videos

  • the big cheese

     (Nov 20, 2018)

    GON GET SUM GATRZ

  • Mat S

     (Jun 5, 2018)

    Ken Jeong is the greatest guy ever

  • Skrapy TV

     (Aug 1, 2018)

    when bill nye dies ill cry alot

  • Joeligj 12

     (Mar 24, 2019)

    +Minecrafting Cave Maan I was just thinking about that, he looks like an older Matt Smith

  • Minecrafting Cave

     (Mar 4, 2019)

    The tardis will probs regenrate him again

  • Slaysmr

     (Jun 5, 2018)

    Oh I thought it was gonna be new content :(

  • Cormn

     (Feb 26, 2019)

    Learn to read then

  • REUBEN BAKER

     (Jun 13, 2018)

    Its literally called "best of" 🙃

  • lovemyslowee

     (Jun 5, 2018)

    Aww man. I was hoping they'd all be in the same room ☹

  • oldcowbb

     (Jun 5, 2018)

    search "storytelling of science "