Richard Muller talks about his book Physics for Future Presidents.
Learn the science behind the headlines. How do we know — not just by relying on TV’s talking heads — if Iran’s nascent nuclear capability is a genuine threat to the West, if biochemical weapons are likely to be developed by terrorists, and if nuclear power should be encouraged? Muller offers some surprising information- Book Passage
Richard A. Muller is a physicist who works at the University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He is the author of Physics for Future Presidents.
Richard Muller contends that terrorists are unlikely to attack using a nuclear bomb because of the difficulty and expense of building the bombs. He also describes how North Korea's bomb attempts "fizzled."
Richard Muller delivers the scientific facts about the Nobel Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) analysis of global warming, particularly the American contribution to the rise of the global temperature.