Bill Nye Wants To Wage War on Anti-Science Politics, Make a Movie—And Save the Planet From Asteroids

When I ask Nye about what he considers his current top-three political passions, he responds: “Climate change, raise the standard of women around the world through education, asteroids.”

Yes, Nye is really into asteroids —specifically, fighting the ones that may imperil human civilization.”

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