Saturday, January 30, 2010

Radio Pick: The Wonders of Physics

TORONTO, ONTARIO - This week's radio pick technically breaks the rules, as this program first aired in 2009. For some reason I passed it over at the time, and it was the best program I heard in the past week on its re-run. In exploring physics, Wisconsin Public Radio's premier interview show To The Best of Our Knowledge brought out insights from Richard Muller's reasoning on why a president should understand physics to the idea that all chemists are gangsters. There is just enough scientific "inside baseball" to hold my attention in the 53-minute program while being presented in an accessible way for a general audience--a feat not easy to attain.

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