Rule of Thumb on Speeches About Science

Rule of Thumb on Speeches About Science

by Dr. Hsien-Hsien Lei
Posted November 18, 2008 in DNA in General

When giving a public science lecture to a general audience, there will always be one weirdo who asks questions that have nothing to do with your lecture. There will also be one smart-aleck who asks questions to show how smart he is. The faster you silence both of them, the happier your audience will be.

~Submitted by: Jeff Brown, astronomer, Bloomington, Indiana

Which one are you? The weirdo or the smart-aleck?

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Comment by Bionanotechnology

None of those… I usually don’t ask questions. But if I have to ask, I’ll ask a “nice” one.

 

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