Professor Julius Sumner Miller also appeared in a number of television commercials in the eighties for Cadbury chocolate. He was somehow miraculously able to find a connection between almost any law of physics and the glass and a half of milk that goes into Cadbury chocolates.

One particular commercial that I recall as a kid involved him placing a burning piece of paper into a milk bottle. He then placed a hard boiled egg on top of the bottle, which of course, pops into the bottle. The ecstatic professor then exclaimed,

"So too, a glass and a half of full cream dairy milk, in every two hundred gram block of Cadbury chocolate."