Insect expert Eleanor Drinkwater takes on this listener's question...
What do antidepressants do in the brain?
What's the most powerful acid we've ever found?
What's in the Earth?
How would we do space surgery?
What makes someone schizophrenic?
How do we make new molecules?
How do we know how old the Earth is?
What separates anxiety from a disorder?
What makes a battery go?
How long did it take for the dinosaurs to die?
How do you give CPR without gravity?
Is there a protocol for a space pregnancy?
If eating too many orange carrots can affect your skin colour, can purple carrots?
Why are they so unhappy in monogamous relationships?
Is it better to have a raw apple than a baked apple?
Isn't it just a giant vacuum? Over to physicist Adam Murphy...
Should we be worried about electromagnetic field from phone towers and smart meters?
Have you every had ice-cold hands and feet but sweaty armpits?
To quote Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy... "Space is vastly, hugely, mind bogglingly big!"
Our televisions use a similar technology... Who knew?!
And why does burnt toast set them off?
Turns out the majority of our panel suffers from this phenomenon...
Time for physicist Adam to chat atoms.