Unlikely Things to Hear in a Science Documentary – Mock The Week – Series 10 – Episode 9 – BBC Two

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More about this programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0153mtp Dara’s guests Greg Davies, Simon Evans and Micky Flanagan take turns to think of “Unlikely Things to Hear in a Science Documentary.”

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  1. "If you imagine the fabric of space-time as a stretched sheet of cloth, the larger bodies in our solar system cause indentations in it which will alter the paths followed by travelling smaller objects. If these objects are travelling slow enough, they won't be able to escape the indentations caused by the larger objects and so will continue to circle around them, hence causing them to orbit"
    "I've gotta be honest mate, I haven't got a fucking clue what you're talking about!"

  2. ''Scientists say that on average we lose up to 50-100 hairs a day but in Gail Porter's case alot more''

  3. If we examine the bones and preserved artefacts here in this spanish field, we can now confirm that Maddie McCann is dead.

  4. "An orangutan befriending a hamster and a cocker spaniel. Friendship across species? Or just old top gear reruns?

  5. "If we examine the bones of this prehistoric creation, it truly boggles the mind how John McCain could still be walking the Earth."

  6. "Welcome to The Sky At Night, and if we look out w- OOH HELL! Croydon's on fire!"
    "Ah, the Northern lights… oh no, Manchester's on fire!"
    Fuckin' killed me.

  7. My entry:

    After having spend three years carefully noting the patterns of colouring on butterflies, and how they correspond to local climate, exposure to the sun and presence of predators, we have established one thing…

    We seriously need to get laid.


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