In this episode, we put on our skis and telemarked our way to the winter lodge to watch the movie The Heroes of Telemark (1965) about a team of Norwegian resistance fighters sabotaging a heavy water plant during WWII to prevent Germany from getting closer to an atomic bomb. How close was Nazi Germany from building a nuclear weapon? What is the importance of heavy water in a nuclear program? What is more likely: that Tim builds a homemade nuclear device or Tim properly pronounces all these Norwegian names? Tim Westmyer (@NuclearPodcast), and returning special guest returning special guest Will Saetren (@WillSaetren) answer these questions and more. Full movie online here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axBiR8ZipPM Before we synchronize our ticking clock time bombs, we recommend: -William Stephenson, A Man Called Intrepid, 2016 -Neal Bascomb, The Winter Fortress: The Epic Mission to Sabotage Hitler’s Atomic Bomb, 2017 -The Final Countdown (1980 movie) -Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond (VR game with Norwegian heavy water plant level) -The Heavy Water War (2015 Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation show) -Norway Resistance Museum -Vemork Hydro Plant Check out our website, SuperCriticalPodcast.com, for more resources and related items. We aim to have at least one new episode every month. Let us know what you think about the podcast and any ideas you may have about future episodes and guests by reaching out at on Twitter @NuclearPodcast, GooglePlay, Spotify, SoundCloud, TuneIn, Stitcher Radio, Facebook, [email protected], and YouTube. Enjoy!