Bill Cosby Reminds Us That We Can All Be Scientists

Bill Cosby Reminds Us That We Can All Be Scientists  (1990) 
by Bill Cosby
Bill Cosby in public service announcement by the National Science Foundation
Bill Cosby Reminds Us That We Can All Be Scientists

Bill Cosby Reminds Us That We Can All Be Scientists


Bill Cosby Reminds Us That We Can All Be Scientists

Bill Cosby
Public service announcement by the National Science Foundation

circa 1990

Bill Cosby Reminds Us That We Can All Be Scientists

When I was a kid I begged my mother and father to buy me a chemistry set, and they did.

And I was having the time of my life, until the fire.

My chance for the Nobel Prize went up in a big poof of smoke, pccchow!

But you see today, scientists and engineers are having all the fun.

It doesn't matter if you're a boy or a girl, rich or poor, any color.

I mean if you love science and math, you can do anything, anything you want.

You know, I might even give chemistry another try, if I can get my dad to tell me where he hid that set.

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