Sutton Grammar School teacher takes up guerrilla tactics to teach science
You may have heard of guerrilla warfare or even guerrilla artwork but have you heard of guerrilla science?
Well one freedom fighter for science is taking it out of the classroom and onto the streets as part of a campaign with The Big Bang UK Young Scientists and Engineers Fair.
Owen James with Sutton Grammar School pupils
As part of the campaign Sutton Grammar School physics teacher Owen James has been posting science facts in places students normally hang out - including bus stops and parks.
Did you know?
The ozone layer smells faintly of flowers.
The highest speed ever achieved on a bicycle is 166.94 mph.
If you jumped through a tunnel in the center of the earth, it would take 42 minutes and 12 seconds to get to the other side.
The average person walks the equivalent of three times around the world in a lifetime.
A potato has more chromosomes than human.
The entire Internet weighs about the same as one large strawberry.If you continually drive upwards at 60 MPH it will take an hour to get into space.
The words written on Twitter every day would fill a 10-million-page book.
Under extreme high pressure, diamonds can be made from peanut butter.
The average toilet seat is much cleaner than the average toothbrush.
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