At the end of Bill Nye the Science Guy’s latest video, he answers a lot of questions, but not all of them are really that well presented and easy to understand. Some people are wondering how exactly does Bill Nye answer the many questions in his latest video? Let’s take a look at some of the questions answered and see if we can identify with some of the reasoning behind the questions.
For one thing, Bill Nye talks about the climate and how different climates have different seasons. He discusses a possible overlap of the summer and winter seasons, and why that may not be a good idea. Also, he makes fun of the fact that some people think there is no difference between summer and winter. He also talks about why the temperature would not change all the way up into the winter if it were the case.
Bill Nye asks us to consider that if there are no summer and winter, what exactly is summer? Do we get away with calling it summer without even thinking about all the rules of grammar and punctuation? This is an interesting question, as everyone can agree that summer means different things to different people.
He also talks about the relationship between summer. Since he can’t use words, he goes to basic associations. Does summer mean hot or cool? Does summer mean warm or cold?
Bill Nye talks about how summer is short and hot and that it lasts a lot longer than winter. This is all true, as the length of a summer will vary depending on where you live. It will be very hot, and very short in places like Utah and Alaska, but it will be cool in the North. You may have noticed this if you live in Chicago or the EastCoast, as the heat seems to last longer than most places in the south.
However, Bill Nye leaves the question out of the video. He tells us that there is no such thing as “summer” because there is no such thing as summer.
If the weather doesn’t change, does that mean that there are no winter storms or hurricanes? Bill Nye gives us a very simple answer to this question. He says that hurricanes are caused by ocean currents.
Now that you know a little bit more about Bill Nye and his worksheet answers, what do you think? Is this video just another set of summer camp fun facts or is there some scientific truth to the answers? Comment below and let us know.