As the founder of the AntiNobel Prizes, Marc Abrahams investigates the most unlikely scientific research in the world.
In this speech at TED talk troubled (and sometimes hilarious) speech, tells stories of truly bizarre scientific achievement - and lays the groundwork for the theory that nonsense is essential to enhancing the public interest in science.
Translation: Lucas Kaimaras
Editor: Chryssa Rapessi
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