From envying comic book characters to pondering extra dimensions while staring at fish, Dr. Michio Kaku recounts the experiences that made him one of the world’s most colorful scientists. Sigue leyendo
Propelling a spaceship with photons would be like trying to energize a spaceship with a flashlight. Sigue leyendo
In the 1999 film “The Matrix,” characters could simply learn a new set of skills by uploading a program into their brains. When (if ever) will we be able to that in real life?
Einstein believed that free will was just an illusion, and that awareness of this lack kept him from taking himself and others too seriously. But Einstein was plain wrong, says Dr. Kaku. Sigue leyendo
The physicist scoffed at the idea of quantum entanglement, calling it “spooky action at a distance.” And while it has in fact been proven to exist, this entanglement can’t be used to transmit any usable information. Sigue leyendo
The physicist sees two major trends in the world today: the first is toward a multicultural, scientific, tolerant society; the other, as evidenced by terrorism, is fundamentalist and monocultural. Whichever one wins out will determine the fate of man
El físico Michio Kaku considera que hay dos grandes tendencias en el mundo actual: la primera es hacia una sociedad multicultural, la sociedad científica, tolerante, y el otro, como lo demuestra el terrorismo, es fundamentalista y monocultural. Cualquiera que sea la gana uno determinará el destino del hombre Sigue leyendo