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April 28, 2012 | | Comments 0

PCMag.com Q&A with Dr. Kaku — Where Are Our Flying Cars?

After some 80 years of empty promises, faulty predictions, countless science fiction films and comic books, and a rather famous animated TV series from the 1960s, Terrafugia may be the first company to develop and produce an actual flying car. Never mind that it costs $279,000 for now—the point is that it exists, and that so far, it seems to actually work.

To get some expert opinion and much-needed perspective here at PCMag, we asked Dr. Michio Kaku, esteemed theoretical physicist and best-selling author of Physics of the Future: How Science Will Shape Human Destiny and Our Daily Lives by the Year 2100, for his take on Terrafugia and flying cars in general.

Read the full PCMag.com Q&A with Dr. Kaku by visiting their website @ http://bit.ly/IYzih4

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