On September 9, 2006, 112 scientists, social entrepreneurs, philosophers, writers, artists and activists from around the world will come together in Berlin, Germany, as guests of dropping knowledge.
Seated around a vast round-table in historic Bebelplatz square, these inspiring individuals, renowned for their lasting creative, social or humanistic contribution will engage with 100 questions from the global public.
These questions, selected by dropping knowledge’s founders, trustees and ambassadors from the growing pool generated by our ‘ask yourself’ campaign, will reflect the topics of greatest concern to the global public, highlight under-reported issues and engage key themes (climate change, for example) endorsed by dropping knowledge in 2006.
1. How many licks DOES it take to get to the center?
2. Who wrote the book of love?
3. If you cut the legs off a lizard, does that make it a snake? What if it’s a lounge lizard?