Season 1, Episode 1: Flight10 September 1993
17 September 1993
Bill Nye goes to the depths of the Earth (literally) to explain how the Earth's surface and its inner mantle differ.
Season 1, Episode 3: Dinosaurs24 September 1993
Bill Nye explains how fossils are formed and how scientists use them to learn about dinosaurs.
Season 1, Episode 4: Skin1 October 1993
Season 1, Episode 5: Buoyancy8 October 1993
Season 1, Episode 6: Gravity15 October 1993
Have you ever wondered what holds the ocean on the Earth? Or what makes the Earth round? Host Bill Nye provides the explanations for these and other questions about Earth's gravity.
Season 1, Episode 7: Digestion22 October 1993
Bill Nye explains how the body's digestive system is like a finely-tuned machine that turns food into energy.
29 October 1993
Bill Nye's scientific lecture explains that matter exists in three phases which are solids, liquids, and gases.
5 November 1993
Bill Nye's scientific lecture about the existence of numerous different kinds of plants and animals in an environment anywhere on this planet.
12 November 1993
Season 1, Episode 11: The Moon19 November 1993
Bill Nye's scientific lecture about the moon's orbit around the earth, its phases, and its eclipses. In addition, he explains the moon's glow, its possible origin theory, and its gravity.
Season 1, Episode 12: Sound26 November 1993
Season 1, Episode 13: Garbage3 December 1993
Season 1, Episode 14: Structures10 December 1993
17 December 1993
24 December 1993
Season 1, Episode 17: Cells21 January 1994
Bill Nye's scientific lecture about the fundamental unit of organisms composed of billions of molecules. He uses a variety of examples in order to reveal how cells make up all living things.
28 January 1994
Bill Nye's lecture about people's use of electricity.
4 February 1994
Bill Nye's entertaining lecture about the solar system, lunar eclipse, and constellations.
Season 1, Episode 20: Eyeballs11 February 1994
Bill Nye's anatomical lecture explains about how eyes operates in our bodies. Anything can be shown right side up, but start out upside down. It is a quick deception our brain performs by the way is the part of our eyes that we can see in physical form.
Season 2, Episode 1: Magnetism18 February 1994
Bill Nye shows all kinds of unexpected places where magnets can be found. In fact, the Earth itself is a huge magnet! Find out how to make a compass and why opposites attract.
Season 2, Episode 2: Wind25 February 1994
Bill Nye's lecture explains about air having a mass as well as the sun's heat and our planet's celestial rotation keep the air windy.
4 March 1994
Bill Nye's scientific lecture about our blood and circulatory system. He explains how valves, blood cells, and the circulatory system operate together to pump up in our hearts.
11 March 1994
Have a blast watching the explosive examples Bill Nye uses to explain how everything is made of chemicals.
18 March 1994
Bill Nye's scientific lecture about a stationary electric charge typically produced by friction that causes sparks or crackling or the attraction of dust or hair.
Season 2, Episode 6: Food Web25 March 1994
Watch Bill Nye become tangled in a complex food web in his quest to demonstrate that all living things depend on other living things to survive.
10 September 1994
You won't believe your eyes when Bill Nye reflects, refracts, bends, bounces, absorbs, and pulls light waves to show how things can be seen in different ways.
17 September 1994
Bill Nye's anatomical lecture about the skeletal system and muscular system.
24 September 1994
Bill Nye's aquatic-themed lecture explains why oceans are salty. In addition, he explores the ocean currents themselves.
Season 2, Episode 10: Heat1 October 1994
Bill Nye's scientific lecture is about heat. It flows being the energy of moving molecules. Heat can make anything go and burn as long as it features convection, conduction and radiation.
Season 2, Episode 11: Insects8 October 1994
Bill Nye's lecture focuses on all insects, but spiders and scorpions are arachnids.
Season 2, Episode 12: Balance15 October 1994
Bill Nye's scientific lecture about balance explains how something moves by giving it either a push or a pull. The size of its change relates to the strength or amount of force involving a push or pull.
Season 2, Episode 13: The Sun22 October 1994
Bill Nye sheds light on solar flares, eclipses, sunspots, fusion, and solar energy, and visits an enormous solar energy farm outside Sacramento, California, to demonstrate how the sun is the source of energy for all living things on Earth.
Season 2, Episode 14: The Brain29 October 1994
Bill Nye's lecture is all about our brain which physically understands the words we see and hear. It controls our heart, our oxygen, our body temperature, and even our stomach. Our brain smells, sees, thinks, moves, and remembers all kinds of things all the time as long as it operates everyday.
Season 2, Episode 15: Forests5 November 1994
"Wood" you like to learn more about forests? This terrestrial biome is Bill Nye's lecture about conservations for every forest all over the world.
12 November 1994
Season 2, Episode 17: Momentum19 November 1994
Bill Nye's scientific lecture about momentum which is the product of mass and velocity of physical movement.
Season 2, Episode 18: Reptiles26 November 1994
Bill Nye's zoological lecture is all about reptiles.
Season 2, Episode 19: Atmosphere3 December 1994
There's something in the air. Bill Nye's scientific lecture is all about the atmosphere, its five different levels, and how it protects the Earth. He also soars into the heavy topic of atmospheric air pressure and radio waves.
7 January 1995
Bill Nye gets aerobic about the importance of respiration when he jogs, bikes, swims, and scuba dives. 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.
14 January 1995
Bill Nye goes planet-gazing and takes a serious look at Jupiter's features, Earth's elliptical orbit, and the distances between planets. A cool home demo shows how to make Mars soil. With more than 16 Emmys to its credit and legions of fans, it's easy to see why the "Bill Nye the Science Guy" show is one of the most popular educational series of all time. Beloved by teachers and students alike, Bill Nye and his unique brand of Way Cool Science make complex science principles accessible for all learners.
Season 3, Episode 2: Pressure21 January 1995
Season 3, Episode 3: Plants28 January 1995
Bill Nye branches out and gets to the root of the matter to explain wild things about plants, such as how they breathe, make food, defend themselves, and move their seeds. With more than 16 Emmys to its credit and legions of fans, it's easy to see why the "Bill Nye the Science Guy" show is one of the most popular educational series of all time. Beloved by teachers and students alike, Bill Nye and his unique brand of Way Cool Science make complex science principles accessible for all learners.
3 February 1995
Season 3, Episode 5: Energy10 February 1995
Bill Nye's scientific lecture explains how energy works, how it effects ourselves, and what they do for their purpose.
Season 3, Episode 6: Evolution17 February 1995
Join Bill Nye
as he compares the primordial to the present.
24 March 1995
Bill Nye's scientific lecture explains how water vapor forms clouds. It is a very important part of the water cycle which features its evaporation, condensation, precipitation and collection.
Season 3, Episode 8: Friction31 March 1995Bill Nye
explains how various types of transportation utilize friction.
Season 3, Episode 9: Germs7 April 1995
A mysterious uneasiness has descended on a young man. His only recourse: to seek out a knowledgeable PI who confirms his suspicions. He isn't alone. None of us are - Germs are everywhere!
Season 3, Episode 10: Climates14 April 1995Bill Nye
explains how different climates affect our planet.
Season 3, Episode 11: Waves21 April 1995
Season 3, Episode 12: Ocean Life28 April 1995Bill Nye
goes underwater to explore the importance of ocean ecosystems.
Season 3, Episode 13: Mammals8 September 1995
Bill Nye's zoological lecture explains about similarities between mammals and humans.
15 September 1995
Season 3, Episode 15: Fish22 September 1995
29 September 1995
Season 3, Episode 17: Wetlands6 October 1995
Bill Nye's scientific lecture about wetlands. He explains that they consist marshes and swamps saturated with moisture.
Season 3, Episode 18: Birds13 October 1995
Bill Nye's zoological lecture is all about birds. He explains that they either fly, run, walk, or swim. Many birds have feathers on their bodies and all of them have beaks on their faces, but some birds migrate for particular seasons for their survival.
20 October 1995Bill Nye
explains how all living populations compete for resources.
27 October 1995Bill Nye
explains how animals of all sizes get around.
3 November 1995
Season 4, Episode 2: Nutrition10 November 1995
17 November 1995
Bill Nye's zoological lecture about marine mammals. He explains that they have a few similarities with us which are breathing air, having hair, nursing their offspring, and being warm-blooded. These mammals keep the same body temperature all day.
24 November 1995
Find out what makes the big pieces of the Earth's crust move.
1 December 1995
Season 4, Episode 6: Spiders5 January 1996
12 January 1996Bill Nye
explains why pollution solutions are important for the planet.
19 January 1996Bill Nye
explains how probability can help to predict future events.
26 January 1996
Season 4, Episode 10: Flowers2 February 1996Bill Nye
explains that there are more to flowers than just pretty faces.
9 February 1996
Season 4, Episode 12: Deserts16 February 1996Bill Nye
explores the unique ecosystem of deserts.
Season 4, Episode 13: Amphibians23 February 1996
Bill Nye's zoological lecture explains about lifestyles of amphibians.
Season 4, Episode 14: Volcanoes31 January 1997
7 February 1997
Season 4, Episode 16: Heart14 February 1997Bill Nye
explores the functions of the body's most important muscular pump.
Season 4, Episode 17: Inventions21 February 1997Bill Nye
examines the process of inventing.
Season 4, Episode 18: Computers25 April 1997
Season 4, Episode 19: Fossils5 September 1997
Season 4, Episode 20: Time12 September 1997
Season 5, Episode 1: Forensics19 September 1997
26 September 1997
Season 5, Episode 3: Genes17 October 1997
Join Bill Nye
as he explores the chromosomal world of DNA.
24 October 1997
Season 5, Episode 5: Farming31 October 1997
14 November 1997
21 November 1997Bill Nye
explains how YOU can conduct scientific experiments.
28 November 1997
5 December 1997
21 February 1998Bill Nye
explains the difference between lakes and ponds.
Season 5, Episode 11: Smell28 February 1998
Season 5, Episode 12: Caves25 April 1998
Season 5, Episode 13: Fluids2 May 1998
Season 5, Episode 14: Erosion9 May 1998
16 May 1998
Season 5, Episode 16: Storms23 May 1998Bill Nye
explains how storms help to distribute heat around the planet.
30 May 1998
Season 5, Episode 18: Patterns6 June 1998
13 June 1998
Season 5, Episode 20: Motion20 June 1998Bill Nye
explains how everything needs a push or a pull to move or stop.
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