GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: We are bathed by radioactivity 24 hours a day. Dr Karl lists some of the most common – and surprising – sources.
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GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: We’re instructed to stop our cars before refuelling at a petrol station, but how dangerous is it really? Dr Karl dispels some myths – while staying on the safe side.
GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: Some bacteria use microscopic super-high-tech gee-wizardry like propellers powered by tiny self assembling electric motors to swim in their environment, explains Dr Karl.