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I really like this book, because it explains advanced concepts in a way that is easy to understand.
In his book, Kaku talks about "impossible" concepts, such as telepathy, teleportation, precognition, space travel, time travel, perpetual motion machines, and others.
I would highly recommend this to anyone interested in science, be it through science fiction books and films or, like me, an awesome high school physics teacher.
Interesting to consider the gap between the physics of science fiction and the physics we learn in school.Published 3 days ago by Andrew Detwiler
A fun and informative read. I am fairly well acquainted with all the topics in the book yet the author was still able to hold my interest throughout the entire work. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Charles R. Justiz
Fascinating - A step out of the expance of the cosmos and deep into our minds.Published 23 days ago by Rick
Such a great book for sci-fi nerds questioning the impossible.Published 25 days ago by Erbil Karaman
I enjoyed reading Physics of the Impossible, although much of the physics Michio Kaku cites is beyond me!Published 27 days ago by Kenneth E. Chant