Published On: Fri, Apr 28th, 2017

‘Stranger Things’: Bill Nye Uses Science To Explain The Multiverse Theory Involving The Upside-Down

Netflix's 'Stranger Things,' Bill Nye, Noah Schnapp stars as Will

Stranger Things was a massive hit for Netflix last year, thanks in part ot its ’80’s nostalgia and a group of characters that seem to gel cohesively — onset, as well as off-screen. While many people were watching and rewatching Stranger Things to catch every elusive ’80’s movie and pop culture reference, Bill Nye was looking at the science used in the series.

In particular, Bill Nye was interested in the theory discussed by Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), and Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) with their school science teacher, Mr. Clarke (Randall P. Havens). This is the multiverse, or parallel universe theory, used in Stranger Things to explain the Upside-Down.

Mr. Clarke explains it to the boys in Stranger Things as such.

“Well, basically, there are parallel universes. Just like our world, but just… infinite variations of them.”

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‘Stranger Things’: Bill Nye Uses Science To Explain The Multiverse Theory Involving The Upside-Down