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Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos

Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos By Michio Kaku Parallel Worlds A Journey Through Creation Higher Dimensions and the Future of the Cosmos In this thrilling journey into the mysteries of our cosmos bestselling author Michio Kaku takes us on a dizzying ride to explore black holes and time machines multidimensional space and most tantal

  • Title: Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos
  • Author: Michio Kaku
  • ISBN: 9781400033720
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos By Michio Kaku In this thrilling journey into the mysteries of our cosmos, bestselling author Michio Kaku takes us on a dizzying ride to explore black holes and time machines, multidimensional space and, most tantalizing of all, the possibility that parallel universes may lay alongside our own Kaku skillfully guides us through the latest innovations in string theory and its latest iteraIn this thrilling journey into the mysteries of our cosmos, bestselling author Michio Kaku takes us on a dizzying ride to explore black holes and time machines, multidimensional space and, most tantalizing of all, the possibility that parallel universes may lay alongside our own Kaku skillfully guides us through the latest innovations in string theory and its latest iteration, M theory, which posits that our universe may be just one in an endless multiverse, a singular bubble floating in a sea of infinite bubble universes If M theory is proven correct, we may perhaps finally find answer to the question, What happened before the big bang This is an exciting and unforgettable introduction into the new cutting edge theories of physics and cosmology from one of the pre eminent voices in the field.
    Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos By Michio Kaku

    Parallel Worlds A Journey Through Creation, Higher In Parallel Worlds, Michio Kaku brings his formidable explanatory talents to bear on one of the strangest and most exciting possibilities to have emerged from modern physics that our universe may be but one among many, perhaps infinitely many, arrayed in a vast cosmic network. Parallel Worlds book Parallel Universes Theories Evidence Space May , Parallel universes in science fiction Marvel Comics and DC Comics feature stories set in parallel universes that are part of the multiverse Many anime series, such as Digimon, Dragon Ball and Sonic the Hedgehog feature alternate versions of their Parallel universes appear in games PDF Parallel Worlds A Journey Through Creation, Higher Free download or read online Parallel Worlds A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos pdf ePUB book The first edition of the novel was published in , and was written by Michio Kaku The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format. Do Parallel Universes Really Exist HowStuffWorks Oct , In , a young Princeton University doctoral candidate named Hugh Everett III came up with a radical idea That there exist parallel universes, exactly like our universe These universes are all related to ours indeed, they branch off from ours, and our universe is branched off of others. Clues That Suggest Parallel Universes Do Exist

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    1. Elaine on said:

      I hated Physics when I was a kid, because the teacher who taught me wore coke bottle glasses, had halitosis, and his spittle flew He also churned out equations on the board, and expected you to get E mc2 as if you were born to do so How can one not understand the elegance and simplicity and total enlightenment that this captured about our physical world Well, I didn t Because the physical world believe it or not was abstract enough not to grasp at the 10,000 foot level.Ok, then comes Parallel Wo [...]

    2. Gendou on said:

      Kaku starts off by comparing the big bang to the creation in Christian and Chinese mythology Yuck He also finishes off the book with a tedious digression into religious inanities.The syrupy and hyperbole riddled language is guaranteed to cause misunderstanding in anyone unfamiliar with cosmology, and irritation in anyone already familiar with cosmology But hey, it s a popular science book, you sort of expect that.Kaku attributes the discovery of dark matter and dark energy to the WMAP data.A hal [...]

    3. Grumpus on said:

      If you are into time travel or a time travel author, this should be required reading or in this case listening Because there was so much great information presented in an understandable manner, this might become the only book that I will read after listening to it as I want to ensure I have this one as a reference.The first third of the book was a good refresher and had me thinking, I know this stuff in fact, I felt a little cocky and questioned why I chose this book Then came the heavy stuff Do [...]

    4. Judyta Szaciłło on said:

      24 June 2013 Help, help I m surrounded by microscopic wormholes and baby universes 12 July 2013 I have just finished the best pop science book I have ever read including Balcombe s Pleasurable Kingdom which I found very well written, perfectly constructed and also very touching a no 1 until now.The subject of the book is mind blowing and it is extremely difficult to stay focused on the reading for a length of time, because it inspires and stretches imagination to the limits I just couldn t stop [...]

    5. Daavid (דוד) on said:

      A very, very nice book Provided a radical understanding of the nature of Nature from the physical perspective, while eventually ending the book with its plausible connections to divinity a Superb Book

    6. Aleksandar Janjic on said:

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    7. Heini on said:

      I am inclined to see this marvellously inspiring book as consisting of three distinct but entwined parts.The first part is a an excellent account of the history of modern science told in Michio Kaku s impeccably witty and easily understood narrative As such I would recommend this book as a natural continuation of for instance Thomas S Kuhn s The Copernican Revolution or some other similar book about the history of science in general Parallel Worlds picks up naturally and leads us into the twenti [...]

    8. Nathan on said:

      Michio Kaku is quickly becoming my favorite science writer, and easily my favorite hypothetical or theoretical physicist His ideas and the way he presents them make fun, easy reading for those of us who were always terrible in math and didn t digest much about astrophysics in school He deals with a lot of what if scenarios, and than most modern physicists he holds onto his imagination Kaku s work bristles with excitement, something you can rarely say about a book covering cosmological topics In [...]

    9. Linh on said:

      N u c v tr n y v i h ng t thi n h v t t ng i sao t ng b h n m t electron th li u trong m ng tay t i c th c bao nhi u v tr N ng l ng n i t i c a v tr l g L m sao t m t n v b nh th l i c th ch a n ng l ng kh ng khi p n v y V l m sao v tr l i c th ra i t thinh kh ng V l m sao n c th gi n n m i m i t i v c ng Con ng i th t v v ng c th hi u c v tr V khi tr l i c 1 c u h i th ch s l n i xu t hi n th m v s c u h i n a i m hay c a thuy t a V tr l kh n ng v a dung h p c thuy t S ng th c a Thi n ch a gi o [...]

    10. Toomy on said:

      This book is an entertaining and interesting read Almost no formula, although you still need some basics to get the most out of it It will update your general knowledge about cosmology to year 2004, when the book was written.The Large Hadron Collider LHC came online this year Some scientists predicted that LHC could create black hole, which could destroy the earth We all know what happened now Dr Kaku talked about LHC in his book LHC could only create black hole in subatomic level with a very sm [...]

    11. Michael on said:

      , science channel , How the Universe Works, Sci fi Science physics of the impossible, 2057, Alien planet Nova BBC Horizon History Channel , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , .4,5 , 4 5 .

    12. Lori on said:

      I ve been putting off my review for this book in an attempt to organize my thoughts so the review consisted of the contents within the book rather than just a mindless rant of how awesome Michio Kaku is Unfortunately, my thoughts remained a jumbled mess as my giddiness took precedence.So why is he just so fantastic Michio Kaku is not only gifted in his abilities as a physicists he is co founder of string field theory, has written textbooks, articles, novels, etc in the field of physics and popu [...]

    13. Holly on said:

      This book isn t exactly light reading It s not what I m accustomed to reading, either, but science has always been one of those topics I love to watch on tv, but flounder at in class But I wasn t being graded on Parallel Worlds so it worked out fine Mr Kaku is actually one of my favorite guys on History Channel s The Universe also gotta love Neil deGrasse Tyson so I was really excited to read his book I won t lie it s not a summer beach read, in my opinion, but it s worth the read String theory [...]

    14. Max on said:

      Kaku takes us through physics history from Newton s laws to M Theory, his favorite flavor of string theory Along the way we find Maxwell s electromagnetism, Plank s Constant, Einstein s relativity, Hubble s red shift, Schrodinger s cat, Gamow s big bang, Guth s inflation and end up exploring exotic concepts such as wormholes and parallel universes This brief history was well written and enjoyable The rest of the book is engaging but has some shortcomings As is typical in popular physics books, n [...]

    15. Bettie☯ on said:

      The Blurb In this thrilling journey into the mysteries of our cosmos, best selling author Michio Kaku takes us on a dizzying ride to explore black holes and time machines, multidimensional space, and most tantalizing of all, the possibility that parallel universes may exist alongside our own.Kaku skillfully guides us through the latest innovations in string theory and its latest iteration, M theory, which posits that our universe may be just one in an endless multiverse, a singular bubble floati [...]

    16. Irena on said:

      An excellent read especially if you are interested in cosmology and modern physics Very well written, the language is precise and not overwhelmed with technicalities and pseudo clever demagogy, but at the same time advanced scientific topics and the latest scientific developments are presented by an insider in an interesting, concise and thought provoking way Lots of food for thought and fascinating topics here from creation of the universe and the place of intelligent life in it to the distant [...]

    17. Chris Steinkirchner on said:

      This was my first Kaku book I ve been impressed with the writing in all of the popular science books written by big time physicists Greene, Susskind, Tegmark, etc and Kaku did not disappoint me He isn t my favorite of the aforementioned authors, but he does offer unique perspective and comes off as extremely open minded He certainly does not read as haughty, pretentious, egotistical, or self congratulating as some of the others authors can at times Kaku frequently pays tribute to colleagues and [...]

    18. Ryan Scicluna on said:

      Suggested Further Reading The Five Ages of the Universe Inside the Physics of Eternity Fred Adams and Greg LaughlinTau Zero Poul AndersonThe Gods Themselves Isaac AsimovThe Artful Universe John D BarrowThe Universe that Discovered Itself John D BarrowThe Anthropic Cosmological Principle John D Barrow and F TiplerEinstein s Unfinished Symphony Listening to the Sounds of Space Time Marcia BartusiakEon Greg BearMen of Mathematics E.T BellQuantum Profiles Jeremy BernsteinEinstein A Life Denis BrianR [...]

    19. Tucker on said:

      Kaku uses the categories of Type I, II, and III civilizations that were introduced by Russian physicist Nikolai Kardashev in the 1960s Type I is a civilization that has harnessed planetary forms of energy Type II has exhausted the power of a single planet and has harnessed the power of an entire star Type III has exhausted the power of a single solar system and has colonized large portions of its home galaxy Each type of civilization differs from the next lower type, Kaku explains, by a factor o [...]

    20. Yuki Black on said:

      Michio Kaku este un renumit fizician i scriitor, fiind profesor la Colegiul din New York.Cartea este divizat n 3 arii Universul, Multiuniversul i Evadarea n Hiperspa iu reu ind s ne nve e de la istoria astronomiei i primele cercet ri f cute de Isaac Newton p n la acceleratoarele de particule din zilele noastre i posibilitatea existen ei unor lumi paralele De la teorii pline de absurditate p n la cele mai logice concepte nt lnite p n acum cartea are rolul de a impregna dorin a de cunoa tere n fie [...]

    21. Melmoth43 on said:

      Albeit a comprehensive and informative history of Physics, I m afraid the author and I parted company with the introduction of the String and M theories To quote Einstein, If you can t explain it simply, you don t understand it well enough At this stage, String and M are simply hypotheses, with little or no hard evidence to prove their validity That may happen, but as of now, in their present form, I find them lacking in two features all great discoveries have simplicity and elegance of design U [...]

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