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KAKU ON ‘THE REALLY BIG ONE’ MEGA-QUAKE

Click to Visit CBS This MorningCBS News science and futurist contributor, Dr. Michio Kaku returns to ‘CBS This Morning’ to discuss Kathryn Schulz‘s recent New Yorker article, ‘The Really Big One’ — an examination of the Cascadia subduction zone that predicts a "mega-quake" capable of wiping out a major portion of the Pacific Northwest and potentially triggering the worst natural disaster in North American recorded history. WATCH NOW!

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KAKU ON PLUTO: HISTORY AT THE EDGE

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Three billion miles from Earth, NASA‘s New Horizons space probe just flew by Pluto. The journey to the farthest edge of our solar system took nearly a decade to achieve. CBS News science and futurist contributor, Dr. Michio Kaku, who wrote an op-ed article for the Wall Street Journal entitled ‘That Pluto Probe Just Might Save the Earth’, joins ‘CBS This Morning’ to explain how this feat affects us here at home. WATCH NOW!

KAKU ON NEPAL EARTHQUAKE DISASTER

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Devastation from the Nepal earthquake and associated seismic activity continues to escalate along with the staggering death toll, now numbering in the thousands. Dr. Michio Kaku returns to ‘CBS This Morning’ to answer the tough questions and reveal the science behind the cataclysmic events responsible for this tragic loss of life. WATCH NOW!

KAKU ON CALIFORNIA WATER CRISIS

Click to See Related Blog PostRELATED (APR 20, 2015) – The drought in California intensifies as local legislators take last resort measures. Dr. Kaku visits ‘CBS This Morning’ to explore the issues. CLICK NOW!

KAKU JOINS ‘CBS THIS MORNING’ TO DISCUSS CALIFORNIA WATER CRISIS

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California is in crisis. With record-breaking drought levels year over year and no major intervention plan, the situation has continued to worsen. Now, California Governor, Jerry Brown, is imposing the state’s first-ever mandatory limit on commercial water use. Will it be enough? CBS News Contributor, Dr. Michio Kaku recently joined ‘CBS This Morning’ to offer his perspective on the drought emergency and explore potential viable solutions to address the growing problem. Dr. Kaku warns that whatever happens next will have a definitive impact on the famed California lifestyle. WATCH NOW!

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KAKU JOINS ‘CBS THIS MORNING’ TO DISCUSS UNUSUAL SURGE IN EARTHQUAKE ACTIVITY

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A recent unusual surge in global seismic activity has given rise to a so-called ‘Swarm of Earthquakes’ hitting concentrated regions of the continental United States by the dozen. Residents in affected areas are notably rattled as officials formulate appropriate responses. CBS News Contributor, Dr. Michio Kaku joined ‘CBS This Morning’ hosts, Charlie Rose, Gayle King, and Norah O’Donnell, on Friday to explain the science behind the mysterious seismic surge. This one ends on a laugh. WATCH NOW!

KAKU ON THE SCIENCE OF ‘EXODUS’

EXODUS: Gods and Kings, the star-studded biblically-inspired epic film from director, Ridley Scott, opens in theaters today and it’s already making waves.

Speaking of waves, CBS invited Dr. Michio Kaku to offer his assessment, as a theoretical physicist, on the feasibility of parting the waters of the Red Sea, as Moses did in the famous bible story on which the motion picture is based. Can it be done relying only on science, without the aid of divine intervention? CBSN poses the question, "Could Moses really part the Red Sea?" WATCH NOW!

After you’ve parted the waters of EXODUS, travel through a cosmic wormhole in Dr. Kaku’s review (also on CBSN) of the hit sci-fi thriller, INTERSTELLAR.

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KAKU ON THE SCIENCE OF ‘INTERSTELLAR’

INTERSTELLAR has been called one of the most realistic space films ever made. As a CBS News Contributor, Dr. Michio Kaku was recently asked to give his own informed perspective, as a theoretical physicist, assessing how good a job the filmmakers did at the task of aligning their ambitious work of science fiction with the expanding forefront of science fact. WATCH NOW!

For more of Dr. Kaku’s thoughts and observations about The Physics of Interstellar Travel, read this aptly-named classic paper by the man himself.

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