Today on Dear Science, Allan Blackman joins Milly and Casper via telephone to discuss some watery topics, including the maximum glasses of water a day which turns out to be quite an arbitrary number as well as a new form of ice amazing scientists at the versatility of water molecules. A new Dwarf planet also has scientists scratching thier heads about planetary rings and the rules they follow.
This Week on Dear Science Casper and Milly are joined by Joel Rindelaub back in the studio. Joel gets to the bottom of what happens when you eat a lego head - with research that involves the acronyms SHAT and FART. They also discuss Exxon Mobil's historic and accurate research into the fossil fuel contributions to climate change as well as the power of the Fjord in storing and releasing carbon to act as its own temperature control.
This week on Dear Science, Spike and Milly sit down with Allan Blackman to dive deep into the scary world of lost radioactive substances, cancer smelling ants that can be trained in just 10 minutes, and the mass extinction that was discovered all by using mercury.
Today on Dear Science, Milly and Casper join an overseas Dr. Joel Rindelaub to recap the HUGE science of 2022! From volcanoes, to nuclear fission discoveries, all the way to outer space with the James Webb telescope, they're covering off what was a great year for science and ramping up for a 2023 of science discoveries.
On the first Dear Science of the year Allan Blackman joins us to talk all things anti-ageing with some alarming evidence that we can reverse and speed up ageing. We also discuss the science of silky smooth chocolate, and the war in Ukraine's impact on atomic findings.
Today on Dear Science Casper and Milly talked with Allan Blackman about an Australian legal case where genetic mutations might have a huge role to play, new scientific prefixes, some statistics for football fanatics and our new award winning status.
To celebrate Christina's last Dear Science, Joel Rindelaub and Christina decided on an unofficial theme of beer and the end of the world for a rather morbid segment. This week, they discussed how beer hops could help cure Alzheimer's, the amount of emissions released by billionaires compared to us regular folk, and how scientists solved the mystery of a mass extinction event way back in the day.