Bill Nye the Science Guy
Original Series – 100 Titles
Eyes of Nye – 13 Titles
Way Cool Games of Science
Life Science – 5 Titles
Earth Science – 3 Titles
Physical Science – 3 Titles
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Title Description DVD
Amphibians Being called “cold-blooded” is no insult to these creatures! The Science Guy 77A51VL00
explains how amphibians can live both on land and in water, and the mysterious $49.95
process of metamorphosis.
Animal Bill checks out a millipede that walks by coordinating the movement of its 200 77A56VL00
Locomotion feet, and other creatures that move around without a leg to stand on! $49.95
Archaeology Bill digs into the fascinating science of archaeology, the study of those who 77A01VL00
lived before us. $49.95
Architecture Bill uses the “Dollhouse of Science” to demonstrate how architects design 77A36VL00
buildings. Then, he travels to Japan to learn how pagodas are built to withstand $49.95
Atmosphere There’s something in the air as Bill Nye the Science Guy talks about 77A21VL00
atmosphere, its five different levels, and how it protects the Earth. Bill soars $49.95
into the heavy topic of atmospheric air pressure and radio waves.
Atoms What’s the “big” deal about atoms? They’re too small to see with our eyes, so 77A02VL00
what good are they? Bill Nye explains how atoms combine to form molecules in $49.95
this fascinating program.
Balance Bill Nye’s the center of attention when he talks about the center of gravity and 77A03VL00
its effect on balance. $49.95
Biodiversity In any given environment there are hundreds of varieties of plants and animals 77C10VL00
living together, creating ecosystems. Bill Nye literally sets up office in an $49.95
ocean, a forest, and a field to commune with nature and show what happens
when one link falls out of nature’s chain.
Birds Fly the coop with Bill Nye the Science Guy as he explores his fascination with 77A31VL00
birds. Bill shows us how these feathery friends stay airborne, where they live, $49.95
and what they eat.
Blood & Bill Nye becomes a real heartthrob when he talks about that not-so-wimpy 77A04VL00
Circulation organ, the heart. Valves, blood cells, and the circulatory system work together $49.95
to pump it up…the heart, that is.
Bones & Bill bones up on the things that give the body its shape and movement. He 77A05VL00
Muscles muscles in to give more than just the bare bones about X-rays, the healing of $49.95
broken bones, bone marrow, and the body’s joints.
Brain In this thought-provoking episode some very tricky optical illusions show that 77A70VL00
the brain doesn’t always correctly interpret what it sees. Check out Bill Nye $49.95
from a whole new angle when he gets an M.R.I. of his brain.
Buoyancy Bill Nye takes to the sky in a hot air balloon and goes scuba diving in the Seattle 77A06VL00
Aquarium to explain why objects like boats, helium, and balloons are buoyant. $49.95
Caves Join Bill as he explores the fascinating, spooky, bizarre world of caves! You 77A64VL00
never know what kind of living things you’ll run into in a cave, either. $49.95
Surviving in complete darkness requires an array of natural adaptations. Caves
have their own unique forms of life – it’s a whole different world where the sun
Cells Mad scientist Bill Nye CELLebrates the basic unit that makes up all living 77A26VL00
organisms – the cell. This excellent program zooms in on DNA and creatures $49.95
like amoebas and paramecia.
Chemical Have a blast watching the explosive examples Bill Nye uses to explain that 77A07VL00
Reactions everything is made of chemicals. Guest star Candace Cameron (“Full House”) $49.95
shares the lab with Bill and shows that fire is actually a chemical reaction.
Together, they extinguish a “tornado of fire.”
Climates Bill delivers hot sand from Saudi Arabia and bananas from humid Costa Rica, 77A22VL00
all to explain how different climates are created and how they affect our planet. $49.95
Comets & More than just high-speed space chunks, comets and meteors carry important 77A24VL00
Meteors information about the history of our Universe. A comet or meteoroid has hit $49.95
every planet and moon we’ve discovered – in fact, the Earth’s impact with
comets and meteors may have created the oceans, caused the extinction of the
dinosaurs, or brought life to Earth!
Communication Listen up as Bill Nye the Science Guy shows how it’s E Z 2 C the difference 77A71VL00
between human and animal communication. It’s the signs and symbols that $49.95
people use to pass information that sets them apart. See how the expressiveness
of American Sigh Language enables people with hearing impairments to
Computers Former Vice President Al Gore helps Bill trace the evolution of these amazing 77A75VL00
machines, from early models that took up entire rooms to the personal laptop $49.95
that fits in your briefcase.
Deserts Bill travels to Arizona’s stunning Sonoran desert – and has a close encounter of 77A46VL00
the camel kind – while exploring this unique ecosystem and demonstrating the $49.95
special ways its native plants and animals flourish.
Digestion Host Bill Nye explains to viewers how the body’s digestive system is like a fine- 77A08VL00
tuned machine that turns food into energy. Bill demonstrates the process with a $49.95
steam engine that runs on cornflakes.
Dinosaurs Robin Leach (“Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous”) and John Ratzenberger 77C03VL00
(“Cheers”) drop by to help Bill Nye take a closer look at dinosaurs and what has $49.95
been discovered about the lifestyles of the big and extinct.
Do-It-Yourself Who knows better than Bill Nye the Science Guy that you can demonstrate big 77A37VL00
Science scientific ideas with small experiments? Get a lesson in “Do-It-Yourself $49.95
Science” from Bill himself and learn how you, too, can conduct scientific
Earthquakes Thousands of earthquakes happen each year and Bill Nye the Science Guy 77A63VL00
trembles in his boots when he explains what causes them! Find out what makes $49.95
big pieces of the Earth’s crust (the plates) move and what you should have on
hand in case of a quake. Bill also visits with scientists who study and measure
Earth’s Crust Actress Jenna von Oy (“Blossom”) guest stars in this episode, which finds Bill 77A09VL00
Nye going to the depths of the earth (literally) to explain how the Earth’s surface $49.95
and its inner mantle differ.
Earth’s Seasons Bill Nye the Science Guy goes full tilt to give the reasons for the seasons. His 77A62VL00
worldly perspective shows why when it’s winter in America, it’s summer in $49.95
Electrical Get amped when Bill Nye the Science Guy gets a charge explaining watts up 77A10VL00
Current with electricity. Learn how electricity makes the world a brighter place. $49.95
Energy This spirited episode is sure to rev thins up when it covers water, muscles, heat, 77A18VL00
light, sound, and other types of energy that make things go, run, or happen. See $49.95
how to conduct home experiments that will transform potential energy into
kinetic energy and use falling water to make energy.
Erosion The planet looks a lot different than it did when it formed four and a half billion 77A42VL00
years ago. Erosion can make slow, almost invisible modifications, or sudden, $49.95
drastic alterations of the landscape. Either way, the forces of erosion will
always be at work giving Earth a facelift.
Evolution Bill Nye compares primordial to present when he dabbles with Darwin and looks 77C05VL00
at his genes in this evolutionary program. Explore the surprising similarities $49.95
shared by all living things.
Eyeball Siskel and Ebert are on hand to give two thumbs-up as Bill Nye the Science Guy 77A29VL00
focuses his attention on the body’s window to the world—the eyeball. Bill $49.95
interviews a Seeing Eye dog trainer and a virtual reality designer, and
demonstrates how a 3-D movie works.
Farming Farmer Bill discovers why farmers really dig their soil, and Chris Ballew, of the 77A47VL00
rock group Presidents of the United States of America, sings a special version of $49.95
the band’s hit, “Peaches.”
Fish Take a dive underwater with Bill Nye the Science Guy when he studies fish. 77A54VL00
Explore the depths with these submerged creatures and discover how they $49.95
breathe, grow, and survive in the wet.
Flight With the help of his team of young scientists and some common household 77A11VL00
items, Bill Nye demonstrates how airplanes, birds, and helicopters create $49.95
differences in air pressure to develop lift for flying.
Flowers The Science Guy, with the help of guest Drew Barrymore, shows that flowers 77C09VL00
are more than just pretty faces. They make seeds, play a key role in pollination, $49.95
and help plants to reproduce.
Fluids What do syrup, milkshakes, and air all have in common? They’re all fluids, or 77A81VL00
stuff that can bend, squish, flow, move, dodge, or mosey out of the way without $49.95
breaking or separating.
Food Web Watch Bill Nye become tangled in a complex food web in his quest to 77A32VL00
demonstrate that all living things depend on other living things to survive. $49.95
Forensics Join the Science Guy at the scene of the crime as he explores the world of 77A50VL00
forensic science. Learn how detectives reconstruct events from the past using $49.95
bloodhounds, fingerprints, and DNA. Did you know that scientists can identify
a person using only blood or a flake of skin?
Forests Follow Bill Nye out on a limb when he goes swinging through the trees in 77A65VL00
Washington, Florida, Texas, and California to bring views close to the tallest $49.95
and possible oldest living things in the world. Examine a real forest fire to see
what it does to help a forest’s ecosystem.
Fossils Bill tracks down dinosaur footprints with paleontologist Grace Irby and travels 77C01VL00
to the La Brea Tar Pits to see what’s underneath all that tar. $49.95
Bill illustrates how various types of transportation utilize friction, from the use 77A57VL00
Friction of traction in trains and the “roll” of ball bearings in skateboards and $49.95
automobiles, to the lack of friction in a hovercraft. A cool home experiment
even teaches how to build a hovercraft in your spare time.
Garbage By digging up the dirt on garbage in ever-expanding landfills from New York to 77A53VL00
Florida, Bill Nye exposes the vast amounts of nonbiodegradable waster humans $49.95
Genes Did you know that humans have about 80,000 genes? Join Bill as he explores 77A48VL00
the chromosomal world of DNA and visits a veterinarian from Seattle’s $49.95
Woodland Park Zoo who helps save endangered animals using gene technology.
Germs Using foam models, the Science Guy illustrates the various types of germs and 77A12VL00
how they function. The recurring character “Mama Crust” motivates kids to $49.95
brush their teeth, wash their hands, and cut way back on picking their noses.
Gravity Have you ever wondered what holds the ocean on the Earth? Or what makes the 77C17VL00
Earth round? Host Bill Nye provides the explanation for these and other $49.95
questions about the Earth’s gravity.
Heart Bill will check out this important muscular pump’s function in the body by 77A27VL00
pulling nine “Gs” with the United States Army’s Blue Angels and chatting with $49.95
Seattle Mariner Edgar Martinez.
Heat Way Cool Scientist Bill Nye really radiates as the lab heats up in this program. 77C20VL00
Bill flies a glider plane on a buoyant natural current of rising hot air. $49.95
Human Transportation is on the move, whether it floats, rolls, or flies! Find out how 77A72VL00
Transportation humans move around for food, shelter, and to meet other humans. $49.95
Insects Get bugged-out and antsy as Bill Nye explores the mysterious world of insects. 77A13VL00
Bill talks to special guest Queen Latifah, who’s abuzz about her other favorite $49.95
queens…bees. The lab kids go exploring at an insectorium and go digging for
Inventions Not all inventions are carefully planned---some of the most valuable inventions 77A60VL00
come about by accident! Bill examines the process of inventing, with help from $49.95
actor Samuel L. Jackson.
Invertebrates You may not believe it, but these “spineless wonders” far outnumber those of us 77C06VL00
animals with backbones. Bill shares invertebrates’ unique characteristics and $49.95
explains why we are dependent on them.
Lakes & Ponds Bodies of water surrounded by land on all sides are called lakes if they’re large 77C07VL00
and ponds if they’re small. Where does all that water come from? Bill ponders $49.95
this and many other freshwater questions in this exciting program.
Life Cycles Did you know all living things grow, reproduce, and die in cycles? Bill explains 77A49VL00
life cycles and shows us why many different living things have similar life $49.95
Light & Color Bill Nye goes somewhere over the rainbow for an enlightening show as he 77C15VL00
reflects upon light and color. The program brings out Bill’s colorful nature as he $49.95
disco dances to “Stayin’ Alive” with lights blazing.
Light Optics You won’t believe your eyes when Bill Nye the Science Guy reflects, refracts, 77C14VL00
bends, bounces, absorbs, and pulls light waves to show how things can be seen $49.95
in different ways. Using lenses, mirrors, and water, Bill’s optical illusions are
sights to behold.
Magnetism In this attracting and not-too-repelling program, Bill Nye shows all kinds of 77A14VL00
unexpected places where magnets can be found. In fact, the Earth itself is a $49.95
huge magnet! Find out how to make a compass and why opposites attract.
Mammals They’re (sometimes) big, they’re hairy, and they’re warm-blooded. From 77A67VL00
human being to moose and from cats to rats, Bill Nye the Science Guy explains $49.95
what it takes to be in the mammal family.
Marine Marine mammals may look like big fish, but Bill Nye the Science Guy explains 77A55VL00
Mammals how they’re more like humans. Listen closely to hear mammals communicate $49.95
underwater and find out how our “relatives at sea” have found ways to live in
oceans all around the world.
Measurement Some of our most important tools are those for measuring. Telescopes, 77A77VL00
spectroscopes, microscopes, stethoscopes, radar, thermometers, scales, $49.95
barometers—not to mention the humble ruler—are all used to compare stuff in
our Universe. We can measure the smallest atom or the largest galaxy!
Momentum Brace for the impact of this moving program as Bill Nye shows how weight and 77A59VL00
speed affect momentum. The crash test dummies know a lot about momentum $49.95
in a car and the importance of wearing a safety belt.
Moon Learning about Earth’s natural satellite is an out-of-this-world experience, as 77A15VL00
loony Bill Nye illuminates the orbit and phases of the moon. The program $49.95
features an interview with Harrison Schmitt, the last astronaut to walk on the
Motion Did you know that nothing can move or stop itself? Everything needs a push or 77A38VL00
pull—a force—to make it move or stop. Sometimes an object might seem to be $49.95
at rest, even when it is in motion. Confused? It’s all relative. Relative motion,
Nutrition You are what you eat! That’s right…everything from your eyeballs to your 77A52VL00
elbows is made of food! Bill Nye tells us what kinds of nutrients are in each bite $49.95
of grub and what foods are best for healthy bodies.
Nye TV Top 11 Bill Nye hosts a countdown of Nye TV’s best music video parodies. 77C02VL00
Ocean Get a glimpse of some of the special tools required for ocean exploration and 77C11VL00
Exploration find out why studying the ocean is so crucial to life on land. $49.95
Ocean Life The Science Guy knows everyone who’s anyone on the ocean’s food chain, 77A16VL00
from the tiny, meek species at the bottom, all the way to the large, ferocious $49.95
species at the top. Bill goes underwater to talk about ocean ecosystems and the
importance of small organisms such as coral, plankton, and kelp.
Oceanography Get the current information as Bill Nye explains why oceans are salty and 77A43VL00
explores the ocean currents. $49.95
Outer Space Bill Nye talks about Outer Space—planets, stars, galaxies, and the universe. Bill 77A23VL00
visits the Mount Wilson Observatory in California to help illustrate how long it $49.95
takes light to travel through the galaxy.
Patterns Your brain is always collecting information about the world around you, and 77A79VL00
you deal with that information by finding patterns. To define and describe the $49.95
patterns seen in nature, humans invented a special language—math. With
computers, finding, creating and studying patterns has become faster and easier
than ever—opening up whole worlds to explore!
Phases of In this episode, Bill Nye takes viewers on a tour of a steel mill to help 77A39VL00
Matter demonstrate that matter exists in three phases: solids, liquids, and gases. $49.95
Planets Bill goes planet gazing and takes a serious look at Jupiter’s features, Earth’s 77A17VL00
elliptical orbit, and the distances between planets. Cool home demo shows how $49.95
to make Mars soil.
Plants Science Guy Bill Nye branches out and gets to the root of the matter to explain 77C08VL00
wild things about plants, such as how they breathe, make food, defend $49.95
themselves, and move their seeds around
Pollution From cleaning our water to cleansing our air, Bill demonstrates how important it 77C12VL00
Solutions is for all humans to prepare for the future by recycling, researching and $49.95
developing innovative solutions to combat this “way UN-cool” worldwide
Populations A peep of chickens, a pride of lions, a gaggle of geese, and a crowd of people. 77A68VL00
What do they all have in common? They’re all populations! Bill Nye explores $49.95
how these living groups compete for food, homes, and space.
Pressure Bill Nye visits Hoover Dam and takes to jack hammering concrete blocks to 77A40VL00
explore different types of pressure, while special equipment enables him to $49.95
scuba dive and explain the effects of pressure underwater.
Probability There is a good chance this will be one of Bill’s best episodes! In fact, he’ll 77A78VL00
probably make the complicated concept of probability very simple to $49.95
understand, while showing how it allows us to predict events.
Pseudoscience Bill shows how the cold, hard facts of science can be used to test ideas, myths, 77A61VL00
and inexplicable happenings, along with Way Cool Scientist Bernard Leikind of $49.95
the Skeptics Society.
Reptiles Join Bill Nye for adventure, thrills, and scaly encounters that would make 77A33VL00
Indiana Jones squeamish when he explores reptiles. Witness reptilian epicurean $49.95
delights when a snake eats a mouse, and ponder the possible link between
dinosaurs, reptiles, and birds.
Respiration In this breathtaking episode Bill Nye the Science Guy gets aerobic about the 77A28VL00
importance of respiration when he jogs, bikes, swims, and scuba dives. $49.95
Discover how to measure how much air each breath contains and make a model
lung in a nifty home experiment. See a demonstration of how cigarette smoke
can infiltrate and injure lungs.
Rivers & Get wet with Bill Nye the Science Guy as he follows the flow of rivers and 77C04VL00
Streams streams. Bill tracks the origins of these bodies of water and shows us what $49.95
impact they have on our lives.
Rocks & Soil You won’t take it for “granite” when Bill Nye unearths the solid facts on 77A18VL00
volcanoes, landslides, tectonic plates, rivers, and weather, and their varied $49.95
effects on the creation of rocks and soil. Check out how to unearth fossils in
sedimentary rocks and soil and discover why there’s a piece of quartz in
Science of Even before people used words, they used music to communicate. The music 77C19VL00
Music we listen to today is the result of years of experimentation with sounds. Each $49.95
musical note and every tone of each instrument is, in fact, a unique sound wave.
Getting the exact sound waves in the pattern you want—now that’s way cool
Simple Bill Nye careens around a roller coaster and furiously pedals his bike on the 77A19VL00
Machines “Tour du Science” to show that simple machines doing complicated things can $49.95
be found everywhere.
Skin What’s the largest living organ on the human body? Answer: Skin. Bill Nye 77A30VL00
explains the naked truth about the organ that regulates our body temperature, $49.95
protects our inner parts, and provides us with the sense of touch.
Smell The human sense of smell helps us interpret our environment and react to the 77A69VL00
things around us by letting us know when new smells are nearby. Other $49.95
animals, like dogs, use their sense of smell even more than we humans do.
Noses receive a smell, then the olfactory part of the brain decodes the many
messages it gets and lets you know that, yes, your feet are truly smelly.
Sound Bill’s pickin’ up good vibrations when he joins rock group Soundgarden in the 77A34VL00
recording studio as they track their song, “Kickstand.” Bill and pals unleash the $49.95
power of sound as they tap, sing, and band sound waves to eardrums
Space Join Bill as he explores the “final frontier” and shows the tools humans invent to 77A45VL00
Exploration explore space. Did you know it takes 100 tons of fuel for a rocket to orbit the $49.95
earth? Meet Dr. Linda Horn, a NASA scientist who’s helped develop the
Cassini spacecraft. Destination: Saturn! Way Cool!
Spiders The Science Guy introduces the most misunderstood creature, the spider. He’ll 77A66VL00
cure the most intense case of arachnophobia by showing how cool spiders really $49.95
are, and how these eight-legged predators spin their webs and balance our
ecosystem by preying on pesky insects.
Spinning Bill Nye the Science Guy tells us what the Earth, a big storm, and a rolling ball 77A74VL00
Things have in common. Discover why some things spin and others don’t. $49.95
Static Why do socks stick together when taken from the dryer? Learn the shocking 77C13VL00
Electricity truth in this program on static electricity. Bill bumps into actress Elaine Miles at $49.95
the Laundromat, where they experiment with electron buildup and get zapped by
Storms It’s easy to see why some people hate storms. They’re big, loud, and often 77A73VL00
accompanied by rain. But without storms to distribute heat, the tropical regions $49.95
of the earth would be too hot to inhabit—and the subpolar regions too cold.
Besides, a good storm puts on a great show!
Structure From the “Bungee Zone” in British Columbia to New York Harbor’s Verrazano 77A76VL00
Narrows Bridge (one of the longest suspension bridges in the world), our $49.95
daredevil host, Bill Nye, goes to any length to prove the structural principals of
tension and compression.
Sun Bill sheds light on solar flares, eclipses, sunspots, fusion, and solar energy, and 77A44VL00
visits an enormous solar energy farm outside Sacramento, California, to $49.95
demonstrate how the sun is the source of energy for all living things on Earth.
Time Bill shows how humans measure time with the help of “Beverly Hills 90210” 77A80VL00
heartthrob Ian Ziering and comedian Ellen Cleghorne. When he’s not $49.95
demonstrating how to make a water clock, Bill is explaining Einstein’s Theory
Volcanoes Bill takes a look at the hot-hot-hot world of volcanoes: what they are, how 77A25VL00
they’re formed, and the different types that exist. $49.95
Water Cycle Using a whimsical model made of a tiny staircase, wind-up penguins, and a 77A20VL00
bicycle tire, Bill demonstrates the phases of the water cycle; evaporation, $49.95
condensation, precipitation, and collection. Science kids hit the streets to show
us some easy things all of us can do to keep the water supply clean and
healthy—after all, it’s the only water we’ve got.
Waves Bill explores sound waves, light waves, seismic waves, energy waves, and even 77A58VL00
“the wave” that’s so popular with stadium crowds! We’ll visit a doctor’s office $49.95
to check out an X-ray machine and find out why those heavy lead jackets are
required attire when X-rays are taken.
Wetlands Bill Nye sloshes across American wetlands and shows us how swamps bogs, and 77A35VL00
marshes help control floods, naturally filter water, and provide good homes to $49.95
lots of living things, especially wildlife.
Wind There’s a lot more blowing around than hot air when Bill Nye the Science Guy 77C16VL00
goes parachuting and sailing to show the relationship between the Sun, Earth, $49.95
wind, and weather. Bill visits a wind farm and checks out “way cool”
windsurfers to show some of the ways to harness the power of the wind.
Eyes of Nye Series
Title Description DVD
Addiction: Disease Is addiction a disease? Or is it a chosen behavior? Hear from scientists 77C40VL00
or Behavior? who are studying the brain, psychology, social factors, and genetics. Meet $49.95
people who live with substance abuse issues. Then have students decide
Antibiotics: Man vs. Investigate the ongoing battle between man and microbe. Learn how 77C46VL00
Microbe antibiotics work, and find out how germs continually evolve to evade – and $49.95
survive. Watch as experts finally come clean about the way hand-washing
Astrobiology: Does Does extraterrestrial life exist? How do scientists search for life in outer 77C38VL00
Extraterrestrial Life space? Consider the methods behind the fascinating possibility or $49.95
Exist? extraterrestrial life.
Cloning: The Science How are clones created? What is the difference between therapeutic and 77C41VL00
Behind the reproductive cloning? Explore the biology and ethics behind cloning. $49.95
Human Research has shown that racial differences are only skin deep. Then why 77C45VL00
Characteristics & do humans look so different from one another? Bill will go to any length $49.95
Adaptations to find scientific answers-even if it means having his own DNA analyzed.
Genetic Diversity: Bill discusses the evolutionary advantages and risks of sexual vs. asexual 77C50VL00
Sexual Reproduction reproduction. Students will learn about the scientific theories and evidence $49.95
that seek to explain why we reproduce sexually, how it affects genetic
diversity, and what sexual selection is.
Genetically Modified Is genetic engineering safe? It may be too soon to tell, but that doesn’t 77C47VL00
Foods: Benefits & stop Bill Nye from exploring the benefits and risks. Students will hear $49.95
Risks from traditional wheat breeders, from researchers who analyze organic and
pesticide-free crops, and from corporations engaged in genetic engineering.
Global Climate Find out how scientists measure climate change, see how carbon dioxide 77C49VL00
Change: Earth’s affects the temperature of Earth’s atmosphere, and hear about the role of $49.95
Atmosphere Heats fossil fuels. It’s all part of Bill Nye’s in-depth look at the possible causes
Up of global warming.
Nuclear Energy: Join Bill Nye as he weighs the risks and advantages of using nuclear power 77C42VL00
The Costs and as an alternative source of energy. Visit a nuclear reactor and a proposed $49.95
Benefits of nuclear waste site and hear from experts.
Population: Human Compare population issues around the world, from demographics to social 77C44VL00
Demographics and cultural aspects, and see how education and industrialization can affect $49.95
human population. Students will hear about Third World issues, look at
worldwide consumption trends, and analyze mass media education efforts.
Pseudoscience: Bill shows students how to examine out-of-this-world claims through the 77C39VL00
Looking for eyes of a scientist – by looking for evidence and proof. He exposes $49.95
Evidence and Proof techniques used by psychics, demonstrates the science of walking on
flaming coals, and considers “The Case of the Extraordinary Claim”.
Sports: Science in Learn about the physics behind sports, take a look at the mental aspect that 77C43VL00
Action world-class athletes bring to their efforts, and explore why people play and $49.95
Transportation: Bill Nye is in the driver’s seat as he explains the environmental impact of 77C48VL00
Traffic, Fuel America’s car culture. Students will learn how computers can simulate $49.95
Consumption and traffic flow, find out about fuel-efficient alternatives, and discover what
Air Pollution individuals can do to reduce traffic-related air pollution.
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Life Science Games
Structure and Function in 77C97VL00
Living Systems $49.95
Reproduction and Heredity 77C98VL00
Regulation and Behavior 77C99VL00
Populations and Ecosystems 77D01VL00
Diversity and Adaptation 77D02VL00
Earth Science Games
Earth Structure and 77D03VL00
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