How do we make sense of the world around us? James Piercy explores the wonderfully named ‘hypothesis hypothesis’ using illusions to show how most of our understanding is just a best guess and that brains tend to be lazy. Watch spoon bending and hear infinite sounds to see just how clever you can be without knowing it and just how wrong you can be too.
James has been bringing scientific ideas to the public for nearly 25 years. A familiar face from Norwich’s discovery centre – Inspire – he now teaches science communication and has presented to audiences around the world.
Sunday 20 October
Venue: The Forum, Auditorium
Cost: £5 per person
Tickets will go off sale at 7pm the night before the event. For events at The Forum and Sir Isaac Newton, any remaining tickets will be available for sale on the day of the event at our ticket desk in the Atrium. For events at other venues, remaining tickets will be available to purchase, cash only, on the door 30 mins before the start time.