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Science Comes to GAME OF THRONES

I’m sick of waiting for winter, so I’m bringing some science to Game of Thrones.

In my latest Because Science, I’m tackling the parts of Game of Thrones that aren’t just fantasy. Hodor has a real neurological disorder, The Mountain and The Viper was a physics experiment, and Dany’s dragon Drogon has guessable metabolic requirements. I know it’s a fantasy show, but where’s the fun in that?

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