Talking Ideas: 30 Years of Science with Dr Karl Kruszelnicki

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Mon 11 Nov
7-8:15pm

Booking

Free event
No
Booking required
Yes
Cost
Tickets $32-37
Ticket and book $64-69

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Adults
Students
Writers

Australia’s most popular science writer and national treasure Dr Karl Kruszelnicki AM has sold more than 1.2 million books in Australia. In Dr Karl’s Random Road Trip Through Science, the living legend continues his admirable if ambitious 30+ year mission to track down all the awesome stories in and of the universe.

Why do wombats poo cubes? Do fish drink water? What nearly destroyed humanity on Halloween 2015? How do you use an incinerating toilet? Find out whether cannibalism is nutritious, how birds fly when they’re asleep and the Big Question – why does spaghetti always break into three parts?

Dr Karl will showcase content from his new-look, large-format full-colour new book Dr Karl’s Random Road Trip Through Science. It’s packed with scintillating stories as well as funny and clever illustrations.

Whether you’re ten or sixty-ten, strap in and get ready for a random ride through the universe. Who knows where you’ll end up?

 

BOOK SALES

The Library Shop will have Dr Karl’s Random Road Trip Through Science available for purchase at the event, and you are invited to meet Dr Karl post-event to have your book signed.

 

MAKE A NIGHT OF IT

Come early and enjoy hot snacks, cold beer and wine at the Library Café Bar before the show.

 

ABOUT TALKING IDEAS

Talking Ideas entertains, inspires and fosters debate; addressing issues that inform our times and shape our lives.

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Upcoming dates

Day
Time
Mon 11 Nov
7-8:15pm

Tickets

Type Price
Full $37
Concession $32
Full + book Dr Karl's Random Road Trip Through Science $69
Concession + book Dr Karl's Random Road Trip Through Science $64