Michael Hanlon | Talks at Google





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Published on Mar 5, 2010

Despite our recent advances into the depths of space and the inner most-workings of the atom, some of the most often asked questions in science remain mysteries, even to the dedicated scientists committed to finding answers. Here, Michael Hanlon, the Science Editor for Britain?s Daily Mail, identifies ten such questions and explains why we find these problems so compelling, including:

How does time really work, and do we even understand it?
Am I the same person I was a minute ago, even as all the atoms in my body are being replaced?
What is the other 96% of the earth made of?
Does the paranormal exist?

Written with a profound understanding of the sciences involved, Hanlon manages to speak to readers with no particular knowledge of science but who are deeply inquisitive about the natural world.

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