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+ - Kids more capable of understanding science than given credit for-> 1

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ferrisoxide.com writes "Physics and chemistry are the bane of many a high school student, but what if we're pitching the ideas to them too late? Can eight-year-olds absorb atomic theory? A former high-school physics teacher has asked that question in a bold experiment at a Brisbane primary school. And he says it shows young minds are much more advanced than we think."
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Kids more capable of understanding science than given credit for

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  • Upon cliking on the news link, you are presented with a video and a link to show the transcript. Content seems interesting (informative) but I feel the summary should be expanded to cover excerpts of the transcript.

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