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Physical Attraction

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Aug 29, 2019

Hello and welcome to this episode of Physical Attraction. I’ve been excited about this for a while. Today, on the show, for the first time ever, we have not one but TWO guests, who have co-written an excellent book together. They are both currently researching nuclear fusion, and they have written a book about the...


Aug 21, 2019

Hello and welcome to this episode of Physical Attraction. I’ve been excited about this for a while. Today, on the show, for the first time ever, we have not one but TWO guests, who have co-written an excellent book together. They are both currently researching nuclear fusion, and they have written a book about the...


Owing to some travelling....

Aug 13, 2019

there will be a delay in the release of the next few episodes. My sincerest apologies! Expect a new one in a week or two at the very most.


Aug 6, 2019

In this episode, we examine some of the chaotic politics and causes of delay to the ITER project - and the perils of trying to collaborate across multiple countries on a multi-billion-dollar, multi-decade enterprise.

After all this, is ITER still "The Way"?

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