Microcosm on MSNBC, Podcasts

I spoke Tuesday on Seattle, and there's proof now! Alan Boyle, MSNBC's science guru, wrote a great piece on both the talk and the subject, my book Microcosm. Meanwhile, folks from Real Science were taping, and now you can listen to the talk at their web site. If I had lots of free time, I'd combine the audio with my slides and post them, but I'm swamped for now.

I also completely spaced out last week and forgot to mention that I was interviewed on the Skeptic's Guide to the Universe. You can listen here.

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