Storm in a Teacup
British physicist Helen Czerski talked about her book Storm in a Teacup: The Physics of Everyday Life, in which she uses every day objects and occurrences to explain physics and the universe in layman’s terms.
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Helen Czerski Author
Wier Harman Executive Director Town Hall Seattle
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