The 9pm Arch Window of the Curious Equilibrium

What a surprise! The result of Australia’s federal election was the opposite of what nearly all the pundits had been predicting. And in a sense, nothing actually changed.

Once again, I’m joined by Nicholas Fryer. Apart from the election, we talk about Jacqui Lambie, 5G technology, the nature of Senators, Twitter mistakes, Tiddlywinks, dead cats, space squid, the statistics of extinction, and television newsreaders.

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