World’s shortest physics lecture, in shed

The BBC reports

A science festival’s organisers claim they will host what could be the world’s shortest physics lecture, which will be delivered in a potting shed.

Two talks lasting two minutes each for an audience of one person will be given on relativity and quantum theory.

The lectures, which will be repeated during 1 November, open this year’s Highland Science Festival.

Organiser Howie Firth said: “It really started with thinking about the book A Brief History of Time.”
More about the festival at the website

By Andrew Wilcox

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