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Monday, 15 August 2016
Panellists: Greg Hunt, Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science; Linda Burney, Shadow Minister for Human Services; Professor Brian Cox, Particle Physicist and broadcaster; Lily Serna, Mathematician; and Malcolm Roberts, One Nation Senator for Queensland.
Our panel discussed Nauru evidence, climate science data, spending on the climate vs Olympics, thought leaders, free speech, science and music, and the science of time.
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