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Bill Nye Gets Emmy Nod For Song In Un-Scientific ‘Sexual Spectrum’ Episode

Bill Nye The Steve Martin lookalike contest winner turned “Science” Guy came back this year with a new Netflix series, humbly titled “Bill Nye Saves The World”  and one particular episode caused an uproar for parents on one side and transgender people on the other. Now we learn that this episode which relies on political correctness rather than science has been nominated for an Emmy” for a musical number called “My Sex Junk,” which suggests that sexuality exists on a spectrum.

Given that Nye is a die-hard liberal with a mechanical engineering degree who became a science guy because he created a character in a sketch comedy show, what would be more natural than to have the television personality teaching our children about the birds and the bees, right? After all he already claims to be an expert in climate science, religion, and social science (he believes that Jews have brought European antisemitism upon themselves).

The bow-tied buffoon covered probability in his new Netflix series using clips from his old broadcast television series “Bill Nye The Science Guy,”  taken from an episode also about probability.

The original airing of a segment on “gender selection” that ran on the old TV show explained:

“Inside each of ourselves are these things called chromosomes, and they control whether we become a boy or a girl,” the narrator explains. “There are only two possibilities: ‘XX,’ a girl, or ‘XY,’ a boy.”

That’s how I learned it in school.  But not how it was edited for Netflix.But in the new version of his probability episode, Nye demonstrated that both sex and gender choice are non-binary.  That is to say that a person’s sex selection and the gender to which they identify, appear on a scale as opposed to in a check box labeled “male” or “female”.