Slice of SciFi #212: Interview with Dr Michio Kaku (Author, “Physics of the Impossible”)

This week, it’s an encore episode featuring our interview with author Michio Kaku, the author of “Physics of the Impossible.” We’ll be back next Saturday with an all-new show.

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  1. TJ says

    Look Mike. If you are going to do repeats how about digging a little deeper into the archives. Just because television series rerun episodes from the current season there is no reason you have to.

    This one is reasonable since it’s a year old and has to do with the upcoming Dragon Page interview. But the Christmas rerun was from only a couple months before. You should grab stuff from at least a couple years back for these things. Make me say things like.

    “Wow, I forgot they interviewed her.”
    “Yeah, what ever happened to that movie project?”
    “Summer used to be a regular on the show?”

    It would be nice to hear Joe again too.

  2. the lows says

    You are assuming that Mike still has all of that. I would point out that he and Brian both had hard drive crashes. Any podcast is better than not having anything at all.

    Tim

  3. TJ says

    Well, since I can page back through the archives right here and play the very first episodes, I would say odds are pretty good that he has access to them.

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