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Science with Sarah Lau

Thursday 23rd November / posted by Chris Wheeldon

This week on Science with Sarah we look into...

  • The 'Trickling streams' of liquid water founded on Mars is ultimately leaving the likelihood of life on the planets surface, and options for habitation, limited.
  • Replications of the gold disks currently in orbit aboard the spacecraft's Voyager I & II have now been made available for purchase to the public. Consisting of carefully selected sounds and images, the disks were engraved and encoded with large amounts of information to best represent planet Earth if anyone should happen to come across them in space.
  • How and why we are likely to see more massive earthquakes in next year as Earth's rotation is slowing,

    and....

  • How musical tastes can be altered using magnets to stimulate one's brain.

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