As the world's resident scientist/mentor, Neil deGrasse Tyson likes to point out scientific inaccuracies in pop culture because he cares about us and wants us to know the truth because we're all made of star matter or something.

 

On "The Daily Show," Neil deGrasse Tyson points out a mistake before Jon Stewart can even speak.

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The next time Neil deGrasse Tyson speaks out for the truth on "The Daily Show," it's less personal for Jon Stewart, but just as upsetting.

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Stephen Colbert critiques Tyson's critique of the depiction of light year travel in Prometheus.

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No TV host is safe. Not even Jimmy Fallon.

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Neil deGrasse is like a destructive meteor shower of ENLIGHTENMENT.

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After watching Gravity, he took to Twitter to address the problems with the movie that were weighing him down.

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Neil deGrasse Tyson describes his victory over the astronomical errors in Titanic. Oh man, these puns are out of this world. Neil would totally call them stellar.