I was told by a number of listeners that there was a problem with the link I posted for this interview's archive. I wrote to host Dr. Brooks Agnew who looked into it and found the problem. To go directly to the show archive page, use the following: http://www.x2-radio.com/archives_9_2012.htm
. You'll notice the archive has three parts; this is because the show is three hours long, and so each part is a different hour. I come on near the end of the second hour but most of that is introducing myself and resolving the scheduling confusion (Dr. Agnew had lost track of our scheduled date, which is why I used the toll-free number to call in), but the main substance of the interview is found in part three. You'll hear that there was some problem with the audio that resulted in times where my voice is garbled and others where I couldn't hear Dr. Agnew speaking, but most of it went well. Again, this interview was my first with a host having a doctorate in physics, and so there are certain aspects of my work on the scientific side that received exceptional coverage. So if you're interested in the science behind my supergeometrics theory, or are one of those handful of listeners who have questioned the scientific foundation of the theory, you'll want to listen to this one.