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The book was an easy read, and very entertaining.
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.
I really like this book, because it explains advanced concepts in a way that is easy to understand.
I enjoyed reading Physics of the Impossible, although much of the physics Michio Kaku cites is beyond me!Published 8 hours ago by Kenneth E. Chant
Easy to read and understand, while opening your mind to the reality that things will change and evolve, making s ience fiction, or dreams into reality. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Mary
An interesting read, but sometimes a bit hard to follow for the layman. Although it is simplified science - there are no maths - a lot of concepts are introduced that could do... Read morePublished 7 days ago by J. H. Prieels
Dr. Kaku is the person who really got me into physics. Especially theoretical physics. He not only has a passion for studying physics, but he likes to play with it. Read morePublished 8 days ago by John S.
"In principle the ramjet engine could propel itself indefinitely, ultimately reaching distant star systems in the galaxy ... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Joseph Haschka
This is a book one can not stop reading. Michio Kaku can make the impossible readable!Published 18 days ago by Earl E. Schroeder
Can't say I always understand the terminology but find the glimpses of the future we'll never live to see fascinating. Maybe I'll get to enjoy some of them in my next life!Published 24 days ago by Beth Henderson
Can't beat this book. Just about every page was bookmarked by me.
Totally enjoyed it. Got lost at points, tho Michio does everything he can to make difficult concepts... Read more