An unnatural fascination with “B-Fields”
Dr. Sutter’s awful analogies, wretched puns, unhealthy fixation on magnetic fields, and staggering grasp of physics all come together for a mind-blowing podcast experience that is at once accessible for the non-scientist and mentally stretching for the amateur fan of all things space. I deeply appreciate the journey through science history (although I strongly suspect that cultish icons of James Clerk Maxwell and Paul Dirac adorn a secret room of his house perpetually attended by candles and small animal sacrifices) and the semi-stochastic, question-driven progression through the subject matter that is friendly to the attention deficit amongst his audience. Still milling my way through the library o’ episodes, but had to pause for a shout out. (I just may celebrate completion of the episode list by mailing some rare and expensive cheese to Paul’s PO Box, assuming USPS does, indeed, offer that service.)
Dannykoop via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/22/20
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