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Bill Bye | The Pseudo-Science, Propaganda, Orwellian, Big Pharma Whore Guy

We’ll start with a quick Wikipedia overview of Bill Nye:

William Sanford “Bill” Nye (born November 27, 1955), popularly known as Bill Nye the Science Guy, is an American science communicator, television presenter, and mechanical engineer. He is best known as the host of the PBS children’s science show Bill Nye the Science Guy (1993–1998), and for his many subsequent appearances in popular media as a science educator.

Nye began his career as a mechanical engineer for Boeing Corporation in Seattle, where he invented a hydraulic resonance suppressor tube used on 747 airplanes. In 1986, Nye left Boeing to pursue comedy, writing and performing jokes and bits for the local sketch television show Almost Live!, where he would regularly conduct wacky science experiments. Nye aspired to become the next Mr. Wizard and with the help of several producers successfully pitched the children’s television program Bill Nye the Science Guy to KCTS-TV, channel 9, Seattle’s public television station. The show—which proudly proclaimed in its theme song that “science rules!”—ran from 1994 to 1999 in national TV syndication. Known for its “high-energy presentation and MTV-paced segments,” the program became a hit for both kids and adults. The show was critically acclaimed and was nominated for 23 Emmy Awards, winning nineteen.

Following the success of his show, Nye continued to advocate for science, becoming the CEO of The Planetary Society and helping develop sundials for the Mars Exploration Rover missions. Nye has written multiple best-selling books on science, including Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation in 2014 and Unstoppable: Harnessing Science to Change the World in 2015. Nye has made frequent media appearances, including on Dancing with the Stars, The Big Bang Theory and Inside Amy Schumer.[7] In 2017, he debuted a Netflix series, entitled Bill Nye Saves the World.

So we have an mechanical engineer and failed comedian as the public mainstream pusher of Corporate manipulated Science, ‘The Science Guy’.

The problem is Bill Nye is in many cases is not teaching his audience Science at all, he’s teaching them accepted mainstream rules and societal expectations.

Even Nye’s Fans Think His New Show Is An Epic Fail

Although I would never usually quote Gizmodo, this particular paragraph sums up his new show ‘Bill Nye Saves the World’ quite well, from an entertainment perspective at least:

I was excited when I heard that a new science show for adults was hitting Netflix, especially one starring ‘90s-kid nerd hero Bill Nye.

But either the science guy’s jokes haven’t aged well or his schtick—a zany dad-figure in a lab coat stirring beakers full of colored liquids—doesn’t quite work when he’s bellowing, red-faced, about the dangers of climate change denial, alternative medicine, and the anti-vaxxer movement.

While seemingly aimed at the average layman who holds some science-skeptical views, Nye’s new show delivers delivers so little information in such a patronizing tone it’s hard to imagine a toddler, let alone a sentient adult, enjoying it.

But aside from the lack-of entertainment aspect there is the bigger issue of the appalling propaganda being pumped out through this aged corporate mascot. In one of Bill’s latest episodes of ‘Bill Nye Saves the World’ attacks anti-vaxxers and using no science attempts to explain how Vaccines work and why you should accept them into yours and your children’s lives.

Attacking The Anti-Vaccine Community With Pseudo-Science

Del Bigtree, producer of the film ‘Vaxxed’ smashes Bill Nye’s ridiculous episode into pieces in the following short video:

Bill goes onto attack Alternative Medicine and attempts to make Organic food seem pointless and GMO’s seem the way forward. Even those who believe that GMO’s are safe and useful and that Vaccines are for the good of mankind, are feeling somewhat dismayed by Bill’s approach:

During Episode 2, which debunks alternative medicine, Nye and science communicator Cara Santa Maria repeatedly gang up on another guest, the mild-mannered filmmaker Donald Schultz, when he suggests that some non-Western medicine practices might not be entirely bogus. In a later episode focused on GMOs, correspondent Derek Muller visits a farmer’s market to interview some crunchy hippie-types about whether or not they consider genetic modification safe. Muller’s interviews are packaged into a sort of freak-show highlight reel, which Netflix viewers get to cringe at alongside the studio audience, the crowd roaring with laugher every time one of the hapless veggie-lovers says something silly.

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In a nutshell, this was supposed to be slick and entertaining propaganda piece to get everyone excited and brainwashed into believing the fake science that best profits the Corporations and suits the elites satanic agenda; instead we have an old guy telling bad dad jokes and patronising anyone that gets in his way.

 

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