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They miss a great opportunity for the medium. For some reason they've decided to make the broadcast 60 seconds long. Which means they have time to give an explanation that only an incurious 2nd grader would love. And a clusily edited down explanation at that. To say that they only scratch the surface of a topic would be overstatement. They make NO impression. Like chewing on styrofoam shaped like popcorn, this is unsatifying.