November 4th, 2007
Episode 22 of 433 episodes
An intriguing discussion of scientific collectables dominated today's show. Our studio guests Dave Demant (Curator of Technology, Museum Victoria) and Ray Meyer (proprietor of the amazing 'Wunderkammer' store in Melbourne) chatted about the history, aesthetics and culture of scientific collectables. Other stories were: why Greenland is rising, predicting election results by appearance, the optical physics of deli meats, the New Horizons Probe at Jupiter, and broccoli protects you from the Sun. For more information visit www.einsteinagogo.net
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