Live it up

22nd September 1995 at 01:00
Science seems dull to children for a simple reason: it is presented as "dead" knowledge, which it is not.

Science is a fascinating, fallible system of theories and beliefs in which children could enjoy taking part, if they could avoid becoming "knowing", like us.

JOHN COLBECK 7 Holland Way Hayes, Kent

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