On March 9, 2006, Shane Brown and I recorded the first episode of The Atomic Show. We formatted the show as a couple of geeks chatting about atomic energy and published it on Cameron Reilly’s The Podcast Network. On March 17, 2013, I hosted and recorded Atomic Show #200 as a roundtable discussion that included seven talented participants. As Lawrence Welk might have said – “It’s a really good show!” (Yes, I am old enough to have enjoyed Welk’s variety show in its original broadcast form.)
The Atomic Show has traveled a meandering course over the past 7 years. There’ve been some periods where they come fast and furious, other times there have been several quiet months in a row. That is not uncommon in the podcast world where much of the work is done by passionate amateurs.
The Show has been on a pretty good roll in the past several months turning into an almost regular weekly conversation among the growing group of talented and excited pronuclear communicators. This week, besides a some rather humbling congratulations from my friends, we talked about a number of interesting topics including:
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