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Here's the Video of Bill Nye 'Singing' About 'Our Biggest Challenge' Climate Change

The evidence is clear. The globe is getting too warm. We can avoid climate catastrophes. We can do this. We can change the world.

The TV science star Bill Nye -- also identifiable as "Billy Nye the science guy" -- has been in the news lately for his evolutionist views bashing creationist beliefs, and he is now being featured in another controversial topic: climate change.

Along with words spoken by David Attenborough, a well-known British nature documentarian, and scientists Richard Alley and Isaac Asimov, the song "Our Greatest Challenge" remixes their comments regarding the environment in what is described as "a musical investigation into the causes and effects of global climate change and our opportunities to use science to offset it."

Take a listen:

The refrain of the song is goes:

The evidence is clear.

The globe is getting too warm.

We can avoid climate catastrophes.

We can do this.

We can change the world.

Science offers us answers to these huge challenges.

It's one global ecosystem.

We can do this.

We can change the world.

The song is the sixteenth in a series called Symphony of Science by YouTube user melodysheep. According to the YouTube description, information for "Our Greatest Challenge" comes from the following sources:

- Are We Changing Planet Earth?

- Bill Nye - Climate

- Eyes of Nye - Climate Change

- Earth: The Operator's Manual

- An Inconvenient Truth

- Hot Planet

- How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth

- Human Planet

Symphony of Science is the project of John Boswell whose hope is that it delivers "scientific knowledge and philosophy in musical form." Boswell creates the music videos in the series by "remixing and tuning spoken word" with electronic music and pairs it with footage along the same lines. He calls this "unorthodox in the context of other science-themed music" but believes the final project is "inspiring, humbling, and of course humorous."

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(H/T: io9)

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