Uncertainty Principle is a science podcast written, recorded, and edited by Daniel James Barker. Daniel is an undergrad studying physics and planning to continue onward to graduate school. This show was born as a live broadcast in the basement radio studio of the university where Daniel is earning his degree. This phase of the show’s existence was short lived, and Daniel left the broadcasting club to start an edited, online podcast, where he could better create polished soundscapes. The show was then renamed to Uncertainty Principle, after Heisenberg’s contribution to quantum mechanics.
More than just learning science, Daniel wants to bring a passion for science to others. Uncertainty Principle aims to explore the how and the why, more than just the analytics of it all.