First a Flame, Now Time | GenomeWeb

Alan Alda's own childhood experience provided the inspiration for a challenge he posed to scientists earlier this year: to describe a flame such that an 11-year-old child can understand what it is. Now, a new question drawn from more than 300 submissions asks scientists to describe what time is, the Associated Press reports.

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