There are many times when I’m not sure what I’m doing in the Radio program. It seems vastly removed from my original discipline of Physics. I mean, Physics is remarkably simple compared to Radio. My classmates scoff when I say that, but it’s true. In a physics lab, you come up with your hypothesis, and then set out to disprove it (in proper scientific method fashion). At the end, you can have only one of two outcomes: your hypothesis is true, or your hypothesis is false. Not so in radio. Once you start getting out to the world, there are a hundred different people listening, leading to hundreds of different outcomes.