Dr. Michio Kaku, professor of theoretical physics at the City University of New York and cofounder of string field theory, describes the revolutionary developments taking place in the fields of medicine, computers, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, energy, and astronautics. Physics of the Future: How Science Will Shape Human Destiny and Our Daily Lives by the Year 2100 describes future advances in science and how they will change our way of life. Kaku also tells us who the winners and losers of the future will be, who will have jobs, and which nations will prosper.
2010 may be coming to an end, but a whole new year of news and culture awaits in 2011. All week long, we'll be talking with big thinkers about what they’re anticipating …from new movies to world events. Today, our subject is science, and our guest is the one and only Dr. Michio Kaku, theoretical physicist, bestselling author, professor at the City University of New York, and host of “Science of the Impossible.”
Today, the widely anticipated John Cusack/Rob Corddry vehicle, "Hot Tub Time Machine" hits theatres nationwide. As the title suggests, the film centers on a hot tub that transports its characters through time, back to the more innocent year of 1986.
Rafer Guzman, Takeaway movie contributor and Newsday writer talks about the most memorable time travel movies, and why audiences find these tales so compelling.
Physicist Michio Kaku explains how scientific advances could be making impossible things like time travel and telepathy possible. Also: Stefan Merrill Block’s debut novel. Isabel Allende on her new memoir. And Nicaragua's leading writer and former Vice President Sergio Ramirez, talks about the complicated history of his country.
Physicist Michio Kaku explains how scientific advances could be making impossible things like time travel and telepathy possible. Also: Stefan Merrill Block’s debut novel. Isabel Allende on her second memoir, The Sum of Our Days. And Nicaragua's leading writer and former Vice President Sergio Ramirez talks about the complicated history ...
It's not only artists who rebel against time, many physicists too take issue with our standard notion of clock time. Some even deny time exists at all. Blame Einstein. We peer into Pandora's box of post-Einsteinian physics with Brian Greene, Michio Kaku and Lisa ...