I hate to go all conspiracy theorist again, but I'm really curious about all of this engineering hype that is being fed to kids as of late... I mean, when Sesame Workshop announced that one of the core educational goals for Season 42 was going to be engineering, people were raising their eyebrows and scratching their heads at that... were kids really ready to be taught engineering? ARE kids ready to be taught engineering? I even remember one of those late night entertainment news shows asking Carol-Lynn Parente about that, and she said that kids are, indeed, ready to learn about engineering. I suppose that's all well and good, we know Sesame Workshop puts a lot of research into the cirriculum for the show, and if the research showed kids were ready for engineering, then they're ready for engineering... then here recently, a new YouTube video with Bill Nye the Science Guy was posted that left me really confused: he went on and on about how "wrong" it is for parents to NOT teach their children about evolution, because apparently, evolution is responsible for engineering, and if parents don't teach their children about evolution, then they won't develop an interest in engineering, and if they don't have an interest in engineering, then apparently the future of mankind will be in trouble, because apparently there's a big need for engineers for right now, but not enough interest in the field. So is that what all of this is about? A need for engineers, so people have decided to try and get kids interested in it so they'll want to be engineers when they grow up?