Bill Nye explains evolution for the texting generation using emoji. via Mashable
Kids growing up in the ’90s didn’t have the luxury of sending cartoon images via electronic signals to each other. They had to use words. WORDS.
They did, however, have Bill Nye the Science Guy to teach them how much science ruled — so it wasn’t all bad.
Still, it’s clear that kids these days speak a whole different language, what with their Google-y Docs and Tinder snaps.
In an effort to save them, we asked Bill Nye to break down the basic concepts of evolution using only emoji. You’re welcome, Generation Z.
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