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Beloved scientist Bill Nye, in his signature bowtie and lab coat, is surrounded by the tools of his trade, including flasks, moon rocks, microscopes and rocket models, on a soundstage in Burbank, Calif.
A freestanding chalk board behind him is covered with numbers, which the affable educator and media star identifies at a glance as Newton’s law of universal gravitation. (He can explain the complex particle theory in detail, of course, but since he’s between takes on a SodaStream commercial, a top-line description will have to do.)