Robert Ike has a BS in physics from Old Dominion University and a MS in medical physics from Duke University. He spent 3 years performing research at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility, and now works as a medical physicist in Dallas, TX where he also teaches physics.
November 1, 2011
We’ll probably never know how this crazy world came to be, but it’s still fun to theorize. Big Bang Theory, Multiverse Theory, Bubble Theory, it all sounds confusing and complicated to us so we’ve brought previous guest Robert Ike back to simplify it (as much as possible). It’s a real baryon of a show!
October 4, 2011
One of the coolest things about science is that you can use it to blow things up! Our guest, physicist Robert Ike III, knows all about harnessing atoms and can explain just how particle accelerators, Uranium, and lasers work. Mostly lasers. This episode is primarily about lasers. And gerbils, surprisingly. It’s a real blunderbuss of an episode! Am I using that term correctly?