Old ‘Bill Nye’ Episode Was Edited; You Won’t Believe The Stupid Reason Why

Well now, it seems Netflix has joined the UNscience crowd when it comes to biology.

Netflix offers the original series “Bill Nye the Science Guy” for streaming. This was before Nye became a left-wing loon (and for the record, he never was an actual scientist).

Original episode. One of the original episodes features a young girl explaining the odds of being born a boy or a girl. She explains chromosomes and how each parent gives each child one of their chromosomes, which determine if you are born a boy or a girl.

It’s factually and scientifically accurate. But something happened.

Cut the science. It appears that Netflix has decided to cut out this scientific fact from the series. The only possible reason could be because of the unscientific crowd who believes there are 31 or 56 (or whatever number now) genders. These people don’t believe in science; they believe in feelings. From the Washington Free Beacon:

In the original episode, titled “Probability,” a young woman told viewers, “I’m a girl. Could have just as easily been a boy, though, because the probability of becoming a girl is always 1 in 2.”

But in the version of the episode uploaded to Netflix, the segment has been cut entirely. While noncontroversial at the time, the 1996 segment appears to contradict Netflix’s new series “Bill Nye Saves the World.”

The new show endorses a socially liberal understanding of gender, under which gender is defined by self-identification rather than genetics and there are more than just the two traditional genders.

Why this matters? It matters because this is supposed to be a science show directed at children. It was actually a pretty good, factually-accurate show. Because of the loons who want children to believe in social justice, it was apparently cut. What else would be the reason?

God forbid children get the truth so they can form a realistic and honest opinion later in life when they are asked about gender. And they can choose from a huge list of made-up genders that don’t actually exist in the scientific world.

Yeah, yeah, gender is a social construct… *YAWN*… science isn’t. You can make claims about how you feel, but you can’t make false claims about science. And no one should be allowing their children to believe falsehoods either.

Shame on you, Netflix.