Today on Dear Science, your favorite AUT Professor Allan Blackman discusses why playing Mozart to babies in the womb is the most stimulating option (although we don't know the extent of stimulation or even if it's beneficial) - and how, oddly enough, Shakira and Adele don't seem to have any impact of foetuses.
We also prove - yet again - to flat earthers that their theory is dated, since a Greek physicist already made it clear in 240BC that the earth is, indeed, round.
Finally, we delve into murky waters as Allan hints psychology research experiments are flawed - in the light of new revelations on the infamous Stanford Prison Experiment of 1971.
On todays Dear Science with AUT's Allan Blackman, we discuss the discovery of organic molecules found on Mars, a device that can pull water from desert air and the admission of Professor Margaret Brimble to the Royal Society of London.
On todays Dear Science with AUT's Allan Blackman, we discuss a study that finds a correlation between wearing glasses and being more intelligent (Allan is more than excited about this one). We prove that science is awesome when talking about a new cancer treatment that has concluded with remarkable results. And finally Allan scares us by telling us how the days are getting longer due to the moon slowly edging away from Earth. Maybe its scared of us, who knows, find out on the show.
On Dear Science with AUT’s Allan Blackman today we talk enantiomers and magnets with potentially nobel prize winning research, plus interstellar asteroid and really really hot water being shot with x ray lasers. The future is here!
On todays dear science with AUT's Allan Blackman, we talk about the amount of New Zealand medical proffessions who oppose vaccines, we talk about how mathematicians have worked out the straightest lines you can sail and drive in, and finally we talk about a chance to bring back the Tasmanian Tiger!