Peter Myers

Science in the Snug: Schrodinger’s Santa: The Anti-Turkey Accelerator and the Entangled Santa Particle (ESP)

6:00pm - 8:00pm / Friday 15th December 2023 / Venue: Victoria Gallery & Museum
Type: Lecture / Category: Department / Series: Alumni
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Over several years Professor Peter Myers has developed his theory to explain the existence of Santa and how he can deliver all the presents and eat and drink all the food that is left for him in the 24-hour period of Christmas Eve-Christmas Day.

Like all good theories this has changed from the original wave theory to a particle theory as new data has been collected and certain assumptions proven to be incorrect.

Join Professor Myers for an festive evening of Christmas theories, mulled wine and minced pies!