Year of the Periodic Table (in Paris and Moscow) – Paris Video



published: 2019-02-12 11:47:13

We’re in Paris and then Moscow for the launch of the International Year of the Periodic Table.
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More on UNESCO’s The International Year of the Periodic Table: https://www.iypt2019.org

Thank you to the British Embassy in Moscow for its assistance.

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  1. As someone who never made it past the 9th grade, I’ve made it my own personal goal to educate myself.
    Because of channels like this I’ve come to understand my world and expand my own education.

    Thank you.
    Forever in your debt, Martin.

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  2. There are very few important leaders in Europe, and the correct term should be traitors.
    Those who may be of importance such as Victor Orban would not be allowed there since UNESCO, neing a part of UN is corrupt and a PC institution.

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  3. Y russian is fantastic Martyn poilakoff

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  4. Martyn poilakoff I love you videos Id like to meet y one in Nottingham

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  5. Thank you so much for this video and everything you do. You're an inspiration for us all, professor!

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  6. I want to be adopted by the Professor!! Maybe he wants another son…

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  7. It must be awful being a famous You Tube “star”, every time you have something to say, everyone gets their phone out and starts getting their personal footage.
    The professor needs to say, don’t be so rude, listen to me now and not later.

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  8. The only thing better than science content here is personal stuff from the life of Professor Poliakoff!

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  9. Thank you for so much for all that you do and remember we don't do things because they're easy we do them because they're hard an unknown but alas the unknown is dwindling but it is still there and we want to shed light on the unknown

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  10. This is THE MOST EDUCATIONAL YOUTUBE CHANNEL. I do hope they get what you deserve, A NOBEL PRIZE!!!

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  11. After seeing this I wonder how many women the professor could get looks like a hit with them lol

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  12. A crowning achievement for the man with a glorious white crown of hair!

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  13. It's so happy seeing someone so passionate about something they love for all this time. Even in a world full of new ideas and technologies, the professor's passion will never change.

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  14. Two people have a deficiency in their frontal lobe and prefrontal context.

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  15. Looks at all those people getting photos with you Professor! You're world famous! Amazing to consider that you're well known all over the world. Many thanks for teaching the Periodic Table to us all (including me Down Under).

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  16. Martyn – You truly are the brightest shining jewel in the crown of chemistry.

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  17. Why, what did the embassy do?

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  18. Looking Forward to the opening day!!! On June 15

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  19. The Prof is a rock star. You could say he's in his element here.

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  20. wow you even speak Russian, what an impressive man you are!

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  21. We 💖 Sir Professor Martyn Poliakoff

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  22. Happy Birthday to the Periodic Table. 150 years.

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  23. Enjoyed and appreciate the video. Great to see you again.

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  24. Thank You Professor Sir Poliakoff. You are an amazing educator.

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  25. This makes me do happy. My 8 year old watches your videos with me and we both learn together.

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  26. My Periodic Table collection now stands at 89 Elements. Including Uraniun,Thorium,Technetium,Polonium disk,et al. Am seeking an old Plutonium driven Pacemaker currently.

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  27. And people say that scientists don't have fun.

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  28. Looks like you had a jollly great time there. I wish I could have gone.

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  29. Oh, this is wonderful, thank you!

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  30. Search YouTube for "The Elements in Six Dimensions"

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