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This week on The Sporkful podcast we're celebrating the release of my new book, Eat More Better: How To Make Every Bite More Delicious, with an all-star lineup of guests!

NPR science correspondent and Radiolab co-host Robert Krulwich joins us for this landmark meeting of the minds. We cover scientific principles including force = mass x acceleration (as in "How do you construct a sandwich that will withstand the force of the bite, without having the mass of the sandwich accelerate out the back?") and the Pythagorean theorem as it

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We've wrapped production on SFX01: Sandwich Science Pt. 2 (w/Robert Krulwich), the limited edition continuation of one of our most popular episodes ever. But you can't get it on iTunes. In fact, you can only get it by becoming a Sporkful subscriber for $10/month, or by making a one-time donation of $100. (You can donate here.)

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NPR's esteemed science correspondent and Radiolab co-host Robert Krulwich joins us to discuss the impact that gravity, Newton's Second Law, and the Pythagorean Theorem have on sandwich construction and consumption. To see some of our older collaborations with Robert, check out this piece sending up NPR.org's Most E-mailed List, as well as the classic Emergency Krulwich. If you've just found The

Radiolab co-host Robert Krulwich will join us next week to discuss Sandwich Science. In preparation for his visit, this seems a great time to look at some of the more absurd work we did with Robert when Mark and I were at NPR. There was the piece that parodied the NPR.org Most Emailed List, which you should listen to, and