Thursday, March 20, 2008

Why Don't We Invent It Tomorrow? Michio Kaku interviews for NYT's Paper Cuts

Why Dont We Invent It Tomorrow? - Paper Cuts - Books - New York Times Blog: "For as much time as you’ve probably spent wondering when all the astounding technology that science fiction promises will start showing up at your local Best Buy, Michio Kaku has thought about it even more. In his new book “Physics of the Impossible,” Kaku, a professor of theoretical physics at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, and a cofounder of string field theory, delves deeply into cutting-edge science to tell us what breakthrough innovations we can expect in our own lifetimes — and which our grandchildren’s grandchildren will still be dreaming about.

This week, Kaku spoke to us about three theoretical technologies that fall within the realm of possibility."


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