Dr Voge is travelling by ship from south of the equator to the north.
He has a nice little second class cabin which has a bathroom, but no window.
Dr Voge has no compass or any other scientific instruments.
Yet, without leaving his room or talking with anyone, Dr Voge knew exactly when the ship crossed the equator.
We all know how clever he is – but how did he know?
Answers on a postcard…
Many thanks to the team frm Edinburgh University for thier superb activities and high qulaity presentations. We all learned something.
The optical illusions proved to be a winner.
Check out the link below to access the presentations.
To view the video required for the ‘Observation’ task, the password is easy to remember (if you watched the show!!)
More of a corny Chemistry joke befitting of other departments!
Surely something to register on the Whatcott Scale, perhaps even the Kiernanometer…
A chloride ion steals a sodium’s electron.
Sodium calls the police and reports his electron stolen.
The policeman asks “Are you sure?”
Sodium yells “Yes, I’m positive!”