Pretty easy, overall.
Prof Kolomensky is remarkably enthusiastic about lecture. The demonstrations he gives are fun, though they unfortunately didn't work half the time because Pimental Hall's motor broke down during the lecture, so he never had prep time to test them beforehand.
A gram of cookie contains more energy than a gram of TNT. The difference is in the rate at which the energy is released. We learned about energy sources like solar and nuclear power and global warming, and it was a friendly introduction into physics without a lot of physics equations.
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Advice for students:
Take it! It's a great way to clear a breadth course. It's not too challenging but you do learn a lot of interesting fun facts that would be handy in a conversation or for looking at policies.