The story of life, the universe and everything is almost finished. We're almost there. After two years of writing, with lots of people's input, lots of scientists' contributions and fantastically hard work keeping the words easy, the facts plain and the drama rolling, the tale can be told - nearly. Just one step more needed: Now Richard Robinson's task is to make the pictures Each week for the next 11 weeks, beginning on Saturday February 13th, Richard tells the story, chapter by chapter, with a full display of drawings, paintings and visuals. Reading the chapter takes just ten minutes, then there will be games and experiments, based around the chapter's main theme (this week the theme is gravity) and the questions that arise. The full story (11 chapters) is all about you - your appearance as a hydrogen atom shortly after the Big Bang, and your adventures through exploding stars, under-water volcanoes, evolution, bacteria, worms, dinosaurs, apes, humans, parents, neighbours, war...
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About your Mentor
Science is amazing, though dealing with the lingo is frustrating - a constant barrier between us and the amazement waiting out there for us. My mission is to share the excitement, but simplify the language so we can all do it. I've written 20 books about science, mostly for 7-11 year-olds. Over the past 15 years I have continued to encourage scientific thinking via the Brighton Science Festival, and the Pocket Science Funfair. There's plenty to do: we need to understand a lot of things, from the huge to the tiny (think climate change and viruses). Let's keep on trying.
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