Dr. Kaku is now on the Facebook social network.
Visit the new Facebook page and become a friend.
The Science Channel has signed a multi-year agreement with theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku. As part of the deal, the Discovery-owned network will produce a 10-part series based on his New York Times bestselling book Physics of the Impossible.
Elements like hydrogen and oxygen, trapped in the lunar soil, are the keys to a permanent colony and for future missions to Mars and beyond.
Watch Dr. Kaku on the Discovery Channel’s Sci-Trek December 11th – Check your Local Listings
Watch Dr. Kaku on the History Channel’s Deep Space Disasters: In space travel there is a saying that the first 50 miles and the last 50 miles are the most dangerous. Explore the controlled explosion of launch, the fiery crucible of reentry and everything in between. View the Schedule for the show
An American and two Japanese physicists won the Nobel Prize in Physics for their work exploring the hidden symmetries among elementary particles that are the deepest constituents of nature. Read a Commentary in Forbes (Beauty is Truth) by Michio Kaku about the award.
A recent interview with the Daily Grail covering everything from the UFO phenomenon, to whether consciousness defines reality, and also touching on some of the more controversial science stories about today (most notably, the LHC & Active SETI.)
Read the entire interview at The Daily Grail
Quick — name the invention that has done most to redefine our place in the universe. Hint: This invention was also the most seditious, blasphemous instrument of all time, shaking the very foundations of society. The answer, if you haven’t already guessed it, is the telescope. Read the WIRED.com article “The Telescope: 400 Years and Counting”
Don’t Buy Into The Supercollider Hype – If you can read this sentence, congratulations! You just survived the official opening of the LHC, which an army of critics claim might create mini black holes that will devour the earth. Read an article by Dr. Kaku featured in the Wall Street Journal
MSNBC interviewed Dr. Kaku about the LHC and published an interactive video feature on their website
Read more about the worries and wonders surrounding the project that took more than 30 years of planning, 14 years of building and $10 billion Dollars.
Watch the Science Channel Promo for the Show
Dr. Kaku contributes his thoughts to a new Sci Fi blog site that will bring you amazing ideas from the frontiers of innovation and help set forth first steps in helping solve some of the challenges we face today.
Read it and join the conversation.