It's that time again: Physics. Not the science siblings favourite but maybe their second time round to it will improve their relationship with the forces of nature?
If this podcast had ever had wheels we might say that this was where they came off. Ron tries to persuade Laura that every action has an equal and opposite reaction and Laura asks if tables are made of jelly and why the floor wants a ball to be in the sky. They get distracted on what exactly a person should picture when picturing a pendulum and Laura breaks the record for the most times a person needlessly says "down" on a podcast.
It's Newton's Laws as you've never heard them before as Ron does his very best to get to grips with Resultant Forces despite Laura's absolute inability to play along.
Here is the interactive periodic table as brought to our attention by Paisley Buddie on Twitter, so thank you for that: https://ptable.com/#Properties
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We'll see you next week when we cycle back round to beloved biology...
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