Sun 28 April 2019 | 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Leo Blooms - Raoul wallenberg, Tel Aviv,
Was Ned Stark a geneticist?
What is the connection between Queen Sarasay and the racial dogs?
Is resistance from dragon fire a inherited trait?
And what is the connection between it and the madness of the king?
The excellent series of throne games brought intrigues, intrigues, dragons, zombies, fire and lots of blood to our screens every week. We are all waiting anxiously for the coming season, but in the meantime Funzing at the bar invites you to this special lecture in which we will review the role of the blood game in the world of “Song of Fire and Ice,” and not necessarily when it is spilled but in a more metaphorical sense.
We will see whether dragons and zombies can exist in reality and what may be the (real) sources of gray scales. The lecture will be told in stories that did not appear in the series, in videos and in fan theories. Caution – The night is long and full of spoilers!
Dr. Erez Gerti is a PhD graduate in immunology from the Weizmann Institute of Science and is currently the head of science communication at the Davidson Institute for Science Education.
Dr. Yonat Ashkar is a reporter for the Davidson Institute, a doctor of animal behavior, and on the Facebook page “Big Science, Little.”