How We Hear, Echolocation and Giant Whoopee Cushions

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Oct 27, 20061h 0m
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How We Hear, Echolocation and Giant Whoopee Cushions
Oct 27 '061h 0m
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Helping us tune into the science of sound this week is Bob Carlyon, who explains how we hear, how we can concentrate on one voice in a noisy room, and what it sounds like to have a cochlea implant. From the hard of hearing to the most finely tuned ears on the planet, Ian Russell describes how the greater moustached bat catches prey in complete darkness while flying at 40 miles per hour, Trevor Cox turns the sound of breaking wind into a record breaker as he talks about the biggest ever whoopee cushion, and in Kitchen Science, Derek and Dave investigate the science of balance with the help of a humble office chair and some unsuspecting volunteers... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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