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Bill Nye the Science Guy

Storms (#529)

Storms happen when huge masses of air collide. Disaster or not, storms benefit us. The tropical regions of the earth would be too hot to inhabit--and the subpolar regions too cold--if we didn't have hurricanes and typhoons to distribute the Earth's heat so efficiently. And besides, a good storm can sure put on a great show!
[23 minutes] Closed Captioning

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Series Description: Bill Nye knows how to provide easy access to hard science. What's his secret? A fast-paced approach blending humor and hands-on activities. Bill encourages kids to ask interesting questions...then shows them how to discover fascinating answers. Enlist the Science Guy's help when it comes to teaching a range of subjects such as Health, Math, Nature, and Environmental issues.

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