LINK: Good Science (Not Bad Science) Podcast

I’m always interested in the work of Chris Morris – it might not always have me laughing out loud, but it’s never dull or unoriginal – so was intrigued to find that he’d recently visited the Large Hadron Collider at CERN and recorded a podcast about the subject.

As I said last week, I like a good podcast, and whilst the sound quality often leaves a bit to be desired (I’m guessing they only had one microphone), it’s interesting and worth a listen.

You can read more about how it came to be here, or if you just want to get on with downloading it, right-click and ‘Save Target As…’ here.

Hope you find it as interesting as I did.


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  1. Interesting stuff. Curiously enough, I met Ben Miller recently (he is a serious physics nerd – he even knew what Higgs Bosons were)and he’d also been to see the hadron collider at CERN . Particle physics must be full of strange attractors (ho!) if it charms (ho ho!) all these comedians and comedy writers. Maybe it’s just a curious quark of nature (ho ho bloody ho!)?

    I’m so, so sorry.

  2. Get off this comments thread, and take your terrible puns with you!You Bohr me, sir!

    Oh good grief.

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