Listen: Boxing, Frederica Bianco, Scientist discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Barbells one and only carry Williams so round one Chuck who's I in the ring right now, we get to speak to boxing's bad ass. That's right. We're talking professional boxer and astrophysicists Frederica Bianco. How are you? I'm good. You bring the world of boxing and astrophysics together. What a perfect it's like you were made for playing with science, right? It really does sound like much may have really does. So let me ask you. You know? When you look at the cosmos, and you look at you look at the ring are there any areas of boxing and astrophysics that overlap in such a way where the to inform one another or that, they're very similar. No, I mean hired to say that they will be very similar course Dame for each other. For me. Both of them have to do a lot with like, my confidence and my self awareness, and my ability to like sort of analyze things, and I learned from one in from the other, and I bring back and forth the experience of one and the other in the boxing ring. My my name any name is the mad scientist. So wish I could say that I'm like really in analytical and scientific boxer non at hard. I'm really really a brawler. But did the skill in the sports is that of like staying calm? And I don't know. So that's fair. Frederica is correct. You were dancer as well. As a martial artists before you became a boxer. I was I was not in the sense that I was not a professional dancer, but that's how I started. Yes. Night half to the ring came through dancing, and then Caparo which is sort of it then since tire martial art. And then boxing, you knew Alicia actually was once a dancer. Oh, yes.."