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Friday, 11 October 2013


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I think my first experience of Yum Cha was on a hot day when I came to Sydney to see the house my parents had bought so that we could move from Canberra to Sydney. I remember loving the hot tea - probably because it eased the lump in my throat at leaving my best mate behind.

BTW, a wrong scientist does not make him/her a lesser scientist. Many great scientists ascribe their biggest discoveries to having to rethink their world view after making a mistake (Fleming, Becquerel). Others press on with an unpopular view only to be proven right long after their death (Galileo, Darwin).


I really like yum cha. Who introduced who to Chinese food?

It's only 995 'top scientists' because Python has already dissected 5 of them (!!)

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