Bill Nye the Death Guy

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Okay, let’s go wading out into the filthy waters of this age. And the first piece of Hell’s discards that comes floating by is…

Bill Nye, the Science Guy! Only now he’s Bill Nye the Death Guy, rooting for all us old fogeys to “age out,” that means die off, so he and his little imp friends can seal the deal on Climbit Change (

Nobody hates the human race like humanists.

“We’re just going to have to wait for these people to age out,” says this wicked and deluded man.

See, us old folks are Climbit Change Deniers because we hasnt got no collidge eddicatoin. They haven’t had enough time to turn our brains into Play-Doh. A lot of us were already out of school altogether by the time they started cooking up Climbit Change. So scrap our generation and start over with the poor kids they’ve been working on since kindergarten.

Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin.

I testify that Christ shall set His throne upon the earth as King of Kings and Lord of Lords, whose right it is to rule Creation.

And that’ll be that for this crowd.

10 comments on “Bill Nye the Death Guy

  1. One thinks for sure, these people are making their position known to all observers. Bill Nye thinks he’ll save the planet, he thinks that believing in God is folly, I suspect that he thinks that the average person is nowhere near savvy enough to comprehend it all.

    Psalm 14:1 tells us “The fool says in his heart, “There is no God.”

    The Psalm also elaborates on this as it continues with the words.

    “They are corrupt, they do abominable deeds;
    there is none who does good.”

    The “wise” of this world have made known to the rest of us that we just don’t get it. If we believe in a Creator we will never measure up to the wisdom of this world. In time, the issue will become very stark indeed and, eventually, one side or another will be proven correct, for all time. My money is on the side of a Creator.

  2. Unless my eyes deceive me, Bill Nye himself isn’t exactly a spring chicken, nor is Algore, nor are many of the other hawkers of Climbit Change. Do they think they alone will survive the ageing-out process? Funny thing about leftists … they consider themselves exempt from all human imperfections, including mortality. I suppose that’s because they think themselves gods.

    1. I’ve noticed the same thing.

      Hawking is another example, warning us that we have, perhaps 100 years to find a new planet. If he had any sense whatsoever he’d realize that it would take much longer than 100 years to travel to the nearest star by any technology we are even close to being able to harness.

      At this point in time, we haven’t even been able to return to the moon, much less send people to other stars. Even if we could, to the best of my knowledge, they’ve never found an exoplanet that they are certain could sustain life. Actually, I don’t think they’ve found something even close.

      These people strike me as being in dreamland.

    2. Let’s face it–some people really love having their picture on the nightly news and being interviewed on PBS.

    3. Fame is a very addictive thing. I’ve noticed that the Scientist/Pop Star persona seems to be gaining popularity of late.

    4. A bunch of pretenders, guessing and grasping at straws. They can’t honestly believe they will outsmart our Mighty God. They can call themselves anything they like – including secular humanists, but that doesn’t alter the fact that Satan knows who God is and even the angels quake. As my granddaughter would say: “Ta Da”!

    5. There is something ineluctably repulsive about Bill Nye and his kind. I remember when science used to be a good thing. Now it’s just camouflage for a lot of sleazy stuff.

    6. I agree with both of you. These fame-hungry science celebrities will not ever be proven smarter than the Creator they seek to ridicule.

      That repulsiveness, I think, springs from the perceived power of media. I see something similar in many facets of media, be it entertainment, news, or supposedly informational programming, such as science shows and the like. It strikes me that many of these media figures take themselves and their opinions very seriously. How many celebrities have we seen whom feel they can use their fame to spread their viewpoints, knowing that there will be untold numbers of fans hanging on their every word? Fame, in and of itself, seems to make some people feel all-powerful.

      One of my favorite Jazz musicians was a relatively innocuous fellow with a small but devoted following in the Jazz world, but anonymous outside of that circle. He took exception to the actions of one particular president and used his paltry little fame to publicize his views every time there was a video camera pointed in his direction. It destroyed my respect for him as an artist. It wasn’t his viewpoint I resented, I actually was in some degree of agreement with him, but using every pico gram of publicity to publicize his views made for a real turn off. I was interested in this artist for the content of his music, not his political opinions.

      People like Bill Nye strike me as an extreme case of the same sort of thing. They started by delivering some “educational” entertainment, but then progressed into being celebrities first and entertainers second. Somewhere along the line they began to think that their personalities were the reason for their popularity. They were no longer in the entertainment business, they were in the opinion business. The same thing happens with clergymen.

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