As Dara O’Briain once noted, of course Science doesn’t know everything. If science knew everything, it would stop and probably go and eat ice cream for the rest of its days. But sometimes we all wish that science had the answer to our particular question du jour. Then again, sometimes just because we don’t know the answer doesn’t mean that science hasn’t already figured it out for us. (Magnets, how do they work?)
This morning on Twitter, writer and journalist Tom Chivers asked this question.
This response came moments later.
(He went on to apologise graciously.)
So what does science have to say on why we think we got a phone-call when we didn’t? The BBC says here:
When your phone is in your pocket, the world is in one of two possible states: the phone is either ringing or not. You also…
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