Schrödinger's Reindeer Revisited

4:00pm - 5:00pm / Thursday 17th December 2020
Type: Webinar / Category: Public / Series: Science and Society Lecture Series 2020
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Over several years Professor Peter Myers has developed his theory to explain how Santa can really exist whilst delivering presents and consuming all the drink and food that is left for him, all in the space of 24-hours between 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.
Over the last year Professor Myers has obtained new data from the new Turkey anti-Turkey accelerator. These results will be used in this year’s lecture to further clarify Santa existence and what some people believe to be his very strange behaviour.