I've been watching. My wife enjoys the series - she says she's learning things.
Last night, Neil deGrasse Tyson was talking about immortality. The episode went along nicely with discussion of life traveling between planets and stars.
Near the end, he was talking about how we need to change in order to cure climate change. His script sounded like a Jugears speech about how people will talk about the day the waters stopped rising.
The thing that caught my attention most was when he stated that the consensus is that humans are warming the planet. Earlier, he had stated that the Earth's climate has been both much hotter and much colder than present day, and that volcanoes and other natural events had done the changing. He even stated something about 600 cubic miles or similar number of dust being thrown up by a volcano in Asia, causing cooling and darkening for five years. Yet, Man's feeble CO2 pollution is the proximate cause of "climate change"
Science does not work by "consensus". Either a theory is proven or discarded. Anthropogenic global warming has been pretty solidly debunked over the last few years. That's why the liberals changed the argument to "climate change" - it's easy to scare uninformed people with vague threats when easily disproven threats have failed.
No thinking person disputes "climate change". The real questions are: is there anything we can do to change what is happening, and should we even try?
The unstated fact is that China and India are producing megatons of "carbon pollution" and are increasing their outputs daily, and absolutely nothing Western civilization does to itself can remedy that. All our "climate change" laws and regulations can do is destroy our country and our people.
And make people like Algore, Soros, and Jugears very rich...