[ASC-list] A science communication challenge

Chris Forbes-EWan forbes-ewan at tassie.net.au
Sun Dec 8 08:51:27 UTC 2013


Or you could take the angle of Star Trek technical adviser Michael Okuda
when he was asked by Time magazine: 'How does the Heisenberg compensator
work?'

 

He responded: 'It works very well, thank you'. 

 

Chris Forbes-Ewan

 

19 Hedley St

Scottsdale Tas 7260

 

From: ASC-list [mailto:asc-list-bounces at lists.asc.asn.au] On Behalf Of
Justin Coleman
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Indeed, a tricky one to answer, Marina.

 

My angle for these incidents is usually self-reflection.

 

Cheers

Justin

 

Dr Justin Coleman MBBS FRACGP MPH

President, Australasian Medical Writers Association

+61 433 824931

president at medicalwriters.org 

 

 

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Date: Sat, 7 Dec 2013 12:10:22 +1100

From: Marina Hurley <marinahurley at gmail.com>

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Subject: [ASC-list] A science communication challenge

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Hi there,

 

Yesterday my 4 year old grandson asked "how do mirrors work"? Any takers?

 

Cheers

 

Marina

 

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