“Anything that is not impossible, is mandatory!” declares internationally acclaimed physicist Michio Kaku in his latest book, Physics of the Impossible. Kaku takes us on a journey to the frontiers of science and beyond, giving us an exhilarating insight into what we can really hope to achieve in the future. What was once declared ‘impossible’ by scientists has become part of our everyday lives: fax machines, glass sky-scrapers, gas-powered automobiles and a worldwide communications network. Kaku confidently hurdles today’s frontier of science, revealing the actual possibilities of perpetual motion, force fields, invisibility, ray guns, anti-gravity and antimatter, teleportation, telepathy, psychokinesis, robots and cyborgs, time travel, zero-point energy and even extraterrestrial life.
Internationally acclaimed physicist Dr Michio Kaku holds the Henry Semat Chair in Theoretical Physics at the City University of New York. He is the co-founder of string field theory. He is also an international bestselling author, his books including Hyperspace and Parallel Worlds, and a distinguished writer, having featured in amongst others, Time, the Wall Street Journal, the Sunday Times and the New Scientist. Dr Kaku also hosts his own radio show, Science Fantastic, which can be heard weekly in 130 cities in the US and the internet, presented the BBC’s popular series Time and Visions of the Future, and the Discovery Channel’s TV series 2057. He is also a weekly host on the Science Channel, which will serialise Physics of the Impossible for autumn 2009.
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