Kids today with even the mildest interest in science have a seemingly endless number of YouTube channels to choose from: There is AsapSCIENCE, the American Chemical Society's Reactions, Vsauce and Minute Physics, to name just a handful of the options out there. Kids of the 1990s, on the other hand, pretty much just had Bill Nye the Science Guy. (Fine, we also had the vastly inferior Beakman's World.)
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In a video posted today by Mashable, Nye speeds through a quick primer on the science of dreaming. It's kind of like the show you grew up with, only shorter and with considerably more emoji.
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