Physics of the Impossible

                        In  the 21st century , day by day impossible things are being quite easy and possible due to some wonderful research and investigation  on  the field of science.The future seems to be great interesting and wonderful. Many scientist are  busy on their projects that can change the world  , that can make human life easier , that can clear the origin of  universe , that can open many secrets that are hidden on universe.
        Among them Dr. Michio Kaku is an American theoretical physicist, the Henry Semat Professor of Theoretical Physics in the City College of New York of City University of New York, a futurist, and a “communicator” and “popularizer” of science.. He has written two New York Times best sellers, Physics of the Impossible(2008) and Physics of the Future (2011).
 Here I am going to discuss about the book
Physics of impossible by Kaku. In this book he describe about Force Fields, Force Fields, Teleportation, and Time Travel, Invisibility,, in the topics  Invisibility   there is a interesting  discussion on why the speed of light is slower in
water than a vacuum, that electromagnetism is similar to ripples in a pond, and Kaku discusses newly-developed composite materials. And on next topics Star Trek   “phasers” becomes a lesson on how lasers work and how laser-based research is conducted.
 In his Book he have classified Types of impossibilities
Class I impossibilities: in his words Class I Impossibilities are “technologies that are impossible today, but that do not violate the known laws of physics. A future technology that may be seen within a lifetime is a new advanced stealth technology that is class I imposs
ibilities.
Class II impossibilities: Class II Impossibilities are “technologies that sit at the very edge of our understanding of the physical world,” possibly taking thousands or millions of years to become available. Like Time Travel
Class III impossibilities: Class II Impossibilities are “technologies that sit at the very edge of our understanding of the physical world,” possibly taking thousands or millions of years to become available. Kaku writes about only two of these, perpetual motion machines and precognition. Development of these technologies would represent a fundamental shift in human understanding of physics
Here are some videos of Kaku   . In these  video documentary he  tells and describes what will be the changes on Human life and universe due to science.
                                                           Physics of impossible
                                                                 Physics of impossible
 
 
 
 
                                              Physics of impossible how to built a force field
                                           Physics of impossible how to built a force field
                                          Physics of impossible : How to travel through time
                                          Physics of impossible : How to travel through time
                                                “The World in 2030” by Dr. Michio Kaku
                                            The World in 2030″ by Dr. Michio Kaku
                                           Michio Kaku: Biotech Revolution (BBC Documentary)
                                           
                                              Biotech Revolution (BBC Documentary)
                                              
                                                        What is HIGGS BOSON
                                                   What is HIGGS BOSON 
 
 
                                                   specializing in string field therory
                                               specializing in string field therory 
 
 
                 For further information about him  you can visit  his personal website Kaku
  

 

 

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