Everything all at once : [how to think like a science guy, solve any problem, and make a better world]
—Nye, Bill, author.
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Look at the world through Bill Nye's eyes, and your perspective will never be the same again. In "Everything all at once", an inspiring walk through science, history, and personal reflections, Bill shows us how we can regain the power of critical thinking in this uncritical age. We can attain enormous goals as a nation, as a society, and as citizens if we follow the right approach. By embracing our need to do "everything all at once," we can blend curiosity, patience, and creativity to examine problems from every angle and create change.

Item Details
Bill Nye, the science guy (Television program) -- History.
Critical thinking.
Nye, Bill -- Anecdotes.
Problem solving.
Science television programs -- Anecdotes.
Television personalities -- United States -- Biography.
Other Authors:
Powell, Corey S., 1966- editor.
First paperback edition.
374 pages ; 21 cm
Subtitle from cover.
Includes index.
Bill's guide to doing everything all at once
Part 1. Principles of nerd living. The tao of Phi
Scout lifeguarding
Me against the rock
When slide rules ruled
The first Earth Day and national service
How my parents quit smoking
Ned and the "Thanks" sign
Why the bow tie?
Land of the free, home of the nerds
Everybody knows something you don't
Part 2. Nerd ideas into nerd actions. The joy constraints
Upside-down pyramid of design
Comedy and me
Not faking it
Resonating to the nerd beat
Critical thinking, critical filtering
A vaccine against deception
Destiny be damned, full speed ahead
Time for measured urgency
A mind is a wonderful thing to change
Part 3. How to change the world. Are you an imposter?
How high can you go?
Tragedy of the traffic accident
Cold, hard facts of ice
West Virginians and all that coal
Security through nerdiness
Think cosmically, act globally
Humans control the earth; nerds should guide the humans
A resoner's manifesto
Design for a better future.
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