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Physics podcast what?

That's right, we're starting a podcast. It's so new it doesn't even have intro/ending music (we boycott the term "outro"). So have a listen. It's about ocean waves, bubbles, sound, and global warming. All that in a minute and thirty-two seconds!

Podcast: Waves and Bubbles

If you want to read more, check out the lay-person's version of Deane and Stokes' paper from the 153rd meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Since 1929.

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