Physics For Beginners at The Loco Klub on Thursday 12th July 2018

Physics For Beginners at The Loco Klub on Thursday 12th July 2018

Posted on: 10 Jul 2018

Plunge into the weird and wonderful world of quantum physics this Thursday 12th July 2018 at The Loco Klub in Bristol for a fascinating talk entitled Physics For Beginners.  

Funzing Talks

Hosted by Michael Brooks - journalist, broadcaster, consultant to New Scientist magazine, author of the best-selling 13 Things That Don't Make Sense, and, appropriately enough, holder of a PhD in quantum physics - the origins and oddities of the subject will be examined and discussed in a thrilling, exciting and enlightening way, revealing how scientists believe there's a whole lot more to the world than meets the eye. 


Quantum theory itself informs us there's an entire reality outside and beyond our normal day-to-day existence, that the atoms in our body can exist in two or more places at once, and that the intriguing notion of quantum entanglements allows us to influence each other across the universe. And that's not even touching on the theory of 'quantum uncertainty', which may hold the secrets and the key to our very existence.  Mind-blowing stuff, eh?

The Loco Klub

Funzing Talks are events which take place in a hand-picked selection of venues and bars across the city, giving you the chance to stretch your post-work brain and challenge your life and world perspectives, as well doing something a little bit different with your free time. 


Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Tickets cost £12 and can be purchased from the event's official Facebook page

The Loco Klub is located at Clock Tower Yard, Bristol, BS1 6QH.  Tel. 0117 941 3857.

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Jamie Caddick

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