[ExI] Physics of the Impossible available on March 11

John Grigg possiblepaths2050 at gmail.com
Fri Feb 29 14:16:31 UTC 2008

Michio Kaku will be speaking at ASU sometime this fall regarding his new
book.  I can't wait!  : )


And Richard Dawkins will be sharing his insights at the University on March

It should be very interesting...


On 2/28/08, Sergio M.L. Tarrero <sergio.ml.tarrero at mac.com> wrote:
>  "As someone who has purchased or rated books by Michio Kaku, you might
> like to know that *Physics of the Impossible: A Scientific Exploration
> into the World of Phasers, Force Fields, Teleportation, and Time Travel*will be released on March 11, 2008.
> *Physics of the Impossible: A Scientific Exploration into the World of
> Phasers, Force Fields, Teleportation, and Time Travel*<http://www.amazon.com/gp/r.html?R=2D5DJ9YKOX7TM&C=3JWTX4A03Y3HO&H=FNKJGKHFsWGPtJaXxajj5AfVIOIA&T=C&U=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2Fgp%2Fproduct%2F0385520697%2Fref%3Dpe_5050_8265010_pe_snp_697>
> Michio Kaku
>   *List Price:*
>  $26.95
>  *Price:*
>  *$17.79*
>  *You Save:*
>  $9.16 (34%)
> *Release Date:* March 11, 2008
> *From Publishers Weekly*
> In this latest effort to popularize the sciences, City University of New
> York professor and media star Kaku (*Hyperspace*) ponders topics that many
> people regard as impossible, ranging from psychokinesis and telepathy to
> time travel and teleportation. His Class I impossibilities include force
> fields, telepathy and antiuniverses, which don't violate the known laws of
> science and may become realities in the next century. Those in Class II
> await realization farther in the future and include faster-than-light travel
> and discovery of parallel universes. Kaku discusses only perpetual motion
> machines and precognition in Class III, things that aren't possible
> according to our current understanding of science. He explains how what many
> consider to be flights of fancy are being made tangible by recent scientific
> discoveries ranging from rudimentary advances in teleportation to the
> creation of small quantities of antimatter and transmissions faster than the
> speed of light. Science and science fiction buffs can easily follow Kaku's
> explanations as he shows that in the wonderful worlds of science, impossible
> things are happening every day. *(Mar. 11) *"
> *
> *
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