Hutt News : September 27th 2011
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LOWER HUTT 466 High St, VIC Ph 569 5792 1205 High St, TAITA Ph 970 0994 22 Queen St, WAINUIOMATA Ph 939 5171 Scott Court, STOKES VALLEY Ph 563 8260 14 x Dryers from $4 for 18 mins 9 x Washers - from $5 ALSO AT THESE LOCATIONS Upper Hutt 528 0515 Porirua - Cannons Creek 237 0630 Newtown 389 7926 Fast Dryers Washers Domestic Laundry Sports Gear Duvets Mink Blankets Bedding 4068731AA Dry clothes in only 18 minutes Save time & electricity Rugby and science a crucial mix By LEE-ANNE EDWARDS As thousands of Kiwis take to rugby fields each week, they prob- ably don't give much thought to physics. But science -- energy, force, rotation and aerodynamics -- rules our national game. This month's Cafe Scientifique is a Rugby World Cup special, looking at rugby, physics and innovation. Hosted by Dr Geoff Willmott, a scientist at Industrial Research Limited and rugby fan of long standing, the session aims to meld science and sport in an entertaining way. Dr Willmott has played and refereed rugby for 25 years and is currently a senior-ranked club rugby referee. He studied physics at the Uni- versity of Cambridge and works in the Nano and Micro Fluidics team at Industrial Research Ltd as well as being affiliated to the MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nano- technology. No one needs to understand physics in order to pass, kick, handle or respect the bounce of a rugby ball,'' he said. Indeed these skills have often been mastered by young Kiwis at an early age. While players wheel a scrum, lift in a lineout, position them- selves for a tackle and execute a spiral punt -- they are effectively demonstrating the benefits of experimental science in every match. With scientists demanding for- mal explanations, Dr Willmott's talk is a timely attempt to explore the interplay between physics and rugby. He will also look at the intense public scrutiny of rugby and what role does evidence play in rugby debate and decision-making? How does this compare with other pub- lic discussions? World Cup Special: Rugby, Physics and Innovation, with Dr Geoff Willmott, Thursday, September 29, 6pm till 7.30pm at Wholly Bagels, Myrtle St. Navy celebrates 70th anniversary Eleven ships of the Royal New Zea- land Navy will visit Wellington this week to mark the 70th anniversary of its independence from the Royal Navy. The fleet will be in Cook Strait tomorrow for a series of manoeuvres and exercises before entering the harbour on Thursday. The ships will berth in the inner harbour, and will be open to the pub- lic from noon till 6pm on Saturday at Queen's Wharf and Taranaki St Ter- minal, from 11am till 3pm Sunday. On Saturday at noon 400 navy personnel will parade down Lambton Quay following a ceremony at Parliament.
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