Greater moments in science
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Greater moments in science

Greater moments in science

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The Royal Institution of Great Britain

21 Albemarle Street

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In this wide-ranging talk, Dr Karl asks why we draw stars with points, explores “Breaking The Seal”, shows how an Australian Nobel Prize winner shortened World War I as a result of being lifted off the toilet seat whenever the Big Guns fired, answers how many bananas you need to eat to die from radioactive poisoning, proves that you can compare apples and oranges, shows more Australiana (a 400 sq km reef that heaves itself four metres out of the ocean twice a day) and finishes on a optimistic note by showing that not only are today’s youth are smarter than their parents but also that we are living in the most peaceful time in human history.

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