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Tonight Phil Bowermaster and Michael Sargent had the pleasure of visiting with Dr. Robert Zubrin. Dr. Zubrin is an aerospace engineer who is well known as an advocate for a manned mission to Mars and for his book The Case for Mars. After some unfortunate technical difficulties, Phil and Michael spoke with Robert about Mars and his newest book Energy Victory: Winning the War on Terror by Breaking Free of Oil.


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The interview this evening mostly covered Dr. Zubrin latest book Energy Victory. But we also highly recommend his book The Case for Mars:

We've blogged quite a bit on energy at the Speculist. We find ourselves in agreement with Dr. Zubrin:

Our front bumper is a sample of Marginal Prophets' "The Difficult Song."

Our exit music this week is the song "Falling Down" by Duran Duran. Yes, that Duran Duran. Phil spoke about how established bands can also use the indy system to promote music.

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