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I really like this book, because it explains advanced concepts in a way that is easy to understand.
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.
He does this all flawlessly to help make what is now impossible a more plausible possibility in the future.
great view of science of potential to implausible....i dont believe the impossible part..we just dont know how doesn't make it impossible. so say daedalusPublished 8 days ago by Ronald Finnerty
In 2009's "Physics of the Impossible: A Scientific Exploration into the World of Phasers, Force Fields, Teleportation & Time Travel", Michio Kaku takes a look at some of... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Paul L.
One of the best popular science books regarding past, present, and most of all, future technologies.Published 14 days ago by Adrijan
I was hoping this book would be something like stephen hawking's "the grand design". This is a book made to sell, no real valuable information herePublished 16 days ago by Derek
This book is a summary of Michio's talks over the years. He addresses what he believes new technologies might look like, whether science fiction might become reality, and does it... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Joshua Coffie
it is alright. The explanations are ok. Philosophy is median.Published 24 days ago by Southern Oregon Iaido Club
I felt the subject matter was more "fantasy thinking" than hard science. It just wasn't my cup of tea.Published 24 days ago by RustyIron