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Jim Al-Khalili's Scipods

By Jim Al-Khalili

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Description

Jim Al-Khalili is a Professor of Physics and of the public engagement in science at the University of Surrey. Having discussed the making of his TV series Science and Islam and other scientific areas close to his heart in series 1 of his Scipods, Jim now explores some of the biggest questions in science with his 2nd series. Why does it get dark at night? What is Dirac's equation? Is time travel possible? Do we have free will? What is dark matter, and why can't we detect it?

Customer Reviews

Great for those very interested but not yet at PHD level

Thanks Jim, another great piece of science communication and very welcome for a novice (late learner). I came to Particle Physics about 3 years ago after catching some fabulous Horizon programmes, and then watching ATOM with you. Fantastic stuff and now I have several other colleagues at BT hooked as well...we are all reading frantically and talking about quantum tunnelling rather than the football as we realise there is more to life than Match of the Day. Keep the fantastic work up and keep telling us more.

Jim Al-Khalili's Scipods
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  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Language: English

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