Sweating The Small Stuff

040 - Ant-Man, James Kakalios, And The Physics Of Superheroes!

Is Ant-Man Scientifically Accurate?

2 years ago

James Kakalios is a physics professor known to the scientific community for his work with amorphous semiconductors and granular materials. But to the general public, he's the author of "The Physics of Superheroes"; a book about superheroes from the standpoint of fundamental physics! This makes him the perfect expert to guide us through the science of Ant-Man!

Join your Personal Brain Trainer Cameron Boozarjomehri and special co-host James Kakalios as they dive into physics of Ant-Man, and how the science isn't as inconsistent as you'd think!

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