Real physics in small digestible bites
These guys have a great time coming up with new analogies (rather than recycling the old ones that may or may not work for you), to explain all sorts of physics issues. I love that they cover everyday stuff like the Northern Lights and lightning, while explaining some of the more complex theory behind it as well, such as special relativity and quantum mechanics.
VileTemptrez via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/10/13
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