A conversation with Scoop Nisker is a funny, smart, enlightening foray into physics, spirituality, and the oddities of life as we know it. In this wildly entertaining yet informative interview, you’ll hear a new spin on atomic theory, meditation, politics, evolution, and more. You’ll even hear a song about the big bang, and lively banter about why “the here and now” was invented. Best of all you’ll chuckle at Mr. Nisker’s unique analysis of how our world is made, what’s real, and what’s not. He says, “Everything we perceive is made of atoms, and atoms are 99.999% empty space. There’s hardly any matter to matter. So why don’t we just fall through the floor and through the earth? Because it’s just a magic act that’s going on here. It’s a sleight-of-hand, sleight-of-stuff. If your body’s made of atoms, and atoms are mostly empty space, what is holding your clothes on? Not only does the emperor have no clothes, the clothes hardly have any emperor.” Beneath the humor, though, is the wisdom of a man who sees life for what it is and celebrates it for all it can be.