GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: Seeing a plane get off the ground is an amazing sight! Dr Karl investigates the science of flying planes.
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GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: If you could jump through a hole in the Earth, how long would it take to get to the other side? Dr Karl digs up the maths.
GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: Overwhelming evidence indicates that the world is getting hotter, so why all the talk about a global warming pause? The claim is based on cherry picking facts and mangling the data, says Dr Karl.