We're fairly certain that there isn't a scientific topic that Bill Nye can't discuss and make interesting, and, apparently, climate change is no different. There is a reason, after all, that we once knew him as Bill Nye the Science Guy.

Now, today, one of the hottest days of the year, Bill Nye has released his latest Emoji Science video explaining how climate change happens and how it affects us all.

This video explains climate change in a way that we all can understand. Nye starts by telling us that climate change is the "real deal" and then explains why by using an analogy about a car riding on a highway and driving straight up through the atmosphere, because it's "right there" and it's super thin.

But don't take our word for it, see for yourself as Nye tells us all about climate change, but also how to combat it.

Nye's Emoji Science videos are all part of General Electric's new EmojiScience.com that explores the science behind clean energy hotspots from all over the world. That website not only looks at the future of energy, but also includes do-it-yourself science experiments, other videos and an interactive emoji table of experiments.

"To help deconstruct serious science in classrooms and around the world, GE's bringing back The Emoji Table of Experiments and launching an interactive scientific resource website on EmojiScience.com," wrote GE in a press release in May.

Bill Nye's Emoji Science web series brings science to the masses by making the subject fun and interesting, something Nye did on PBS from 1993 to 1998 with his Bill Nye the Science Guy television series, with each episode teaching a specific topic of science to children. As an educator, Nye remains popular, even after embroiling himself in a controversial debate about evolution with Ken Hamm last year.

After that debate, Nye released his first Emoji Science video about that very subject.

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