Watch Bleachers' Jack Antonoff Talk 'Rollercoasters' With Bill Nye

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Jack Antonoff of Bleachers poses for a portrait during the 2014 Boston Calling Music Festival, attended by 45,000 fans, at Boston City Hall Plaza on Sept. 6, 2014 in Boston.

There's a small sliver of an intersection where music and science collide, but Bleachers' Jack Antonoff has found it with Bill Nye. 

Without getting too technical or boring, in a video released Tuesday, Antonoff and Nye manage to apply scientific reasoning to the concept of Bleachers' "Rollercoaster." 

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The two really cover the gamut in five minutes of conversation, but there are a few good takeaways: That Bill Nye and his friends actually have a term for his own made up words -- "Nyebonics". That the "Science Guy" is a bit of an adrenaline junkie -- "We all are," he says. And that it's basically interesting to hear Bill Nye talk about anything, so long as he's relating it to science in even the slightest way. 

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"I think there's a good chance Bill might be an incredible songwriter," Antonoff told Fader. "[He] just has to get out of his head a little. Nonetheless, speaking to him on the different aspects of what 'Rollercoaster' means emotional was majorly validating. He can come over my house whenever he wants. Also, he fixed my fridge. Not a joke."

The video is posted as "Part 1," so we're curious to see what might follow. 

Watch the clip here: