People have been worried for years about a possible catastrophic event that could cause destruction of buildings and kill people. And while those were mere theories at the time, climate change has made the world feel like it’s on the brink of disaster, with rivers in France drying out and California being ravaged by wildfires.
But here’s the good news: Human beings have the ability to prevent such disasters—at least according to Bill Nye. The beloved scientist, who educated thousands with his show Bill Nye, Science GuyHe is sounding an alarm with his Peacock show The End Is NearThe following video previews what would happen to Earth if an asteroids struck.
This sounds scary? Bill says he hopes so “scare” people into action. “I get killed at the end of the first half of every show—yes, killed!”He told E! News. “But then, with television, I come back and we have this optimistic view of the future and we convey it.”