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Excellent book. About the only negative was it was too optimistic and didn't deal with enough negatives of new technologies.Published 11 days ago by James H Gilliam
Oh my gosh, I wish I could live to far into the future!! What a read! It is just so interesting and I have learned so much from this book. I hated to put it down.Published 15 days ago by marsha m beers
The premise of Physics of the Future is that Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist, would look into the actual science being developed today and, based on past progress in... Read morePublished 23 days ago by StrangePegs
This is a good read, however written in 2011. Four years later we are seeing a lot of the technology spoken about in the book! Some of the more futuristic not so much!!!Published 26 days ago by touser
It's crap, the author gets too much wrong. By the time I was 20% in to the book on my Kindle, I had highlighted 12 mistakes, the last one was the author's belief that the movie... Read morePublished 1 month ago by FredricRice
In the future your toothbrush will tell you in the morning whether you have cancer, catching the earliest of flickering signs way before it becomes even remotely difficult to treat... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fiona
He has the
talent to explain some very complex things in a manner that is very informative.