Item of General Interest
January 28. Tim Dicks, a reader of Our Finite World, has now made audio transcriptions of a total of six of my recent posts. (My earlier note was about three of them being up.) They are available as You Tube videos, with the images, and also as podcast recordings without images.
See my Presentations/ Podcasts sheet for a list of the names of the posts and links.
Tag Archives: energy
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