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SCI-FI SCIENCE: Physics of the Impossible – Series Premieres on the Science Channel – Tuesday, December 1 at 10 PM

 

Explore the world of the seemingly impossible with the all-new series SCI FI SCIENCE. Hosted by internationally-renowned physicist and co-founder of string field theory, Dr. Michio Kaku, this series poses the idea that science fiction may not be so far from science fact. Examine topics that currently seem so far out of the realm of possibility, such as invisibility cloaks, teleportation, time travel and more.
Series Premieres on the Science Channel – Tuesday, December 1 at 10 PM
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Physics of the Impossible Lecture at WGBH and Museum of Science, Boston

April 30th – Museum of Science (Boston) Lecture about Physics of the Impossible

One hundred years ago, lasers, televisions, and computers seemed physically impossible. Today, teleportation and invisibility seem equally far-fetched. Renowned physicist Michio Kaku explores how mind reading, the routine use of force fields, and other feats that are currently science fiction may become commonplace tomorrow.

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Dr. Kaku’s new book hits #10 on NY Times Paperback NonFiction Best Sellers List

Dr. Kaku’s new paperback version of Physics of the Impossible hits #10 on the NY Times Paperback NonFiction Best Seller list!

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TVO The Agenda with Steve Paikin Interview

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Science Channel Announces Multi-Year Agreement With Distinguished Physicist Dr. Michio Kaku

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.

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Physics of the Impossible hits the NY Times Best Seller List

Physics of the Impossible by Michio Kaku hit the NY Times Bestseller list at #12 in an upcoming edition of the Times.

From Seattle Times: Invisibility? Time travel? “Physics of the Impossible” says it may not be far-fetched: “Kaku encourages us to take seriously ideas the world’s great intellects consider crazy, reminding us that these same powerful minds sometimes wonder whether such way-out theories and models of the universe are crazy enough to be true.”

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Riz Khan interview about Physics of the Impossible (2 Clips)

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