Science Channel: Physics of the Impossible

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Science Channel: Physics of the Impossible

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This was from a Jeanne Cavelos newsletter. The first will be this Tuesday, 10 PM Eastern, "How to Blow Up a Planet." ... how a "real planet-destroying death ray might work." ummm, actually, it sounds like a pretty grim subject, maybe I won't watch this one.

**SCI-FI SCIENCE: PHYSICS OF THE IMPOSSIBLE TV APPEARANCES**



*Sci-Fi Science: Physics of the Impossible is a six-episode TV miniseries airing on the Science Channel in December and January. The series explores SF issues like portals to alternate universes, teleportation, planet busters, and weapons. Physicist Michio Kaku serves as the host. I was interviewed for several of the episodes in a very hot hallway on the MIT campus. The episodes look like they'll be airing on Tuesdays, starting December 8, at 10 PM Eastern, and at other times. Check it out!



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Do you really think its wise to let Pim know where to find a "how to" show?

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ummm yes, YES.
why not what is the worst that could happen?

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