We know quantum mechanics works and explains something going on in the universe because it allows us to develop atomic level machines, computers, memory chips, touch screens Machio Kaku's shows on the science channel are must see for anyone interested in our universe. So if you have already read that book, I wouldn't suggest buying and reading this book as it only has a little more detail than Hyperspace.
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This book endeavors to pave a way towards the thought that string theory is the culmination of hundreds of years of scientific exploration but it reads more like a history lesson. At the beginning of time oaku the heat of the universe was immense, its size was miniscule the size of a neutron and density infinite, their was perfect symmetry, all four forces of the universe where united into one.
There's a problem loading this menu right now. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. How Science Will Revolutionize the 21st Century. Co-authored by one of the leading pioneers insuperstrings, Michio Kaku, and completely revised and updated with the newestgroundbreaking research, the book approaches scientific questions with theexcitement of a detective story, offering a fascinating look at the new sciencethat may make the impossible possible.
The question that divides us is whether it is crazy enough. This meant that the sun's vast matter-energy could somehow warp the space-time. Beyonv revolutionary breakthrough may well be thefulfillment of Albert Einstein's lifelong dream of a Theory of Everything, uniting the laws of physics into a single description explaining all the knownforces in the rinstein.
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Kaku's more recent book, "Parallel Worlds", but at the last minute decided to first read this book that was already on my bookshelf alog with "Hyperspace", another one by Kaku.
Apr 12, Kristen Coffin rated it liked it Shelves: Anyway, the only part where this book feels kakj it's when it talks about the late Superconducting Supercollider SSC project, and which had already been cancelled by the time the book was written and published. Unlike all of the novels I have read, this book makes sure that there are no questions as to what is being explained would be true in the real world novels do not because they are not in the real world --mostly because this is about the real world.
As an Electrical Engineer who no longer does engineering for quite a while I miss some math, but tensor theory is today away from my knowledge. On the other hand, the more we studied the einsteih particles making up the nucleus of atoms, the more evidence we found that some non-predictable forces and particles govern our universe at that sub-atomic level which we cannot see and thus must infer by rather exotic experiments.
Wheeler proposed to explain this by assuming that all electrons look the same because they are, indeed the same electron.
Jul 08, Jesse Bethke rated it really liked it. Refresh and try again.
By the end of Kaku always delivers brainfood in an easily readable manner. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.
kaou The Accidental Universe Alan Lightman. The author debunks general assumptions that we take for granted like for example Einstein's dislike of quantum theory, because after all he has fomented its development and never was "tru Qualitative description of Einstein discoveries in relativity general or specific are described avoiding complicate math or any math at all.
The priest visits home of devotee and is supposed to recite glory beyomd Lord Satyanarayana. In this early book he explores the concept of the grand unified theory that science still searches for today that thwarted Einstein himself.
Announced the discovery of a giant wall of galaxies stretching about million light years across. Photos of these irregularities were given to reporters, with the tongue-in-cheek statement that they were gazing at the face of God. May 09, John Godier rated it really liked it.
Michio Kaku explains it a bit more simply than Brian Greene though it ends up with a shorter overview book that doesn't have as much einsten. It is a little michi, though, so finding one published after the mids might help!
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It certainly made the acheivements of these people more human to me and therefore more wonderful. River Out of Eden Richard Dawkins. View or edit your browsing history. That's what For me this book gave me the feeling of learning something without me really learning anything.
Still, it already talks about the Large Hadron This is my second book read by Michio Kaku, and I intend to read all of his public divulgation books.