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Physics for Future and Present Presidents: Richard Muller, Physics Professor, UC Berkeley - on Taking the Spin out of Terrorism; Nuclear weapons, waste; Energy; and Climate Change

  2008      Nov 30, -0001
My Take: Finally . . . someone who doesn’t fit the facts to their opinion when it comes to these critical issues. He talks about North Korea's Nuclear bomb really being a fizzle. Why gasoline is a much bigger threat, using 9/11 world trade center crashes as an example. Did you know: North Koreas nuke was only 400 Tons of TNT. Each 9/11 plane crash was equivalent 2x that. That Gas has 100x the energy density per gram of a battery? and much more . . .
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