Physics can help inform our understanding of such hot-button topics as climate change, energy consumption, space exploration, weapons and war. Professor Muller joins us for a conversation on his new book, “Physics for Future Presidents.” The text explains the basics of physics that all voters and politicians should know in order to make educated decisions.

Richard Muller, professor in the physics department at UC Berkeley and faculty senior scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory

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