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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.
The subject was very interesting even for a layperson like me. Some of the material was over my head but I enjoyed reading the book anyway.Published 29 days ago by Jo.yo.
Wonderful, thought-provoking book by an Einsteinian physicist who manages to make such a subject read like an exciting novel!Published 1 month ago by Val
Examines the real-world physics behind teleportation, shields, phasers, warp drive, lightspeed, and alternate universes.Published 1 month ago by sicksgun
The objective problem with Michio’s interpretation of reality is that he understands very little about philosophy or logic. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Etienne