Physics of the Future - Michio Kaku

Physics of the Future

By Michio Kaku

  • Release Date: 2011-03-15
  • Genre: Physics
Physics of the Future book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 343 Ratings)

Physics of the Future Michio Kaku Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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  • Amazing

    5
    By D-Dog23245689
    Great book
  • Physics of the Future

    4
    By Gio Mix
    Enjoyed the topics and I enjoy how it's written. Mr. Kaku has the gift of explaining complex and abstract ideas in a way that make sense to me.
  • Very good book

    5
    By Mad minecrafter
    This book is amazing, it is different from other books on this topic, because the future technological advances that are mentioned are based on prototypes that exist today. Overall great book.
  • Great Book

    5
    By Not getting daily bonus
    Choke-full of Science Digestable by Everyone
  • Religion

    5
    By mikmcs43
    As a "happy" atheist, I wish the author would have addressed how science can advance without religion. I am convinced that humans obsession with deities and religion are a major roadblock to the advancement of science and our species' advancement. Thank you "The Happy Atheist"
  • Simply fantastic

    5
    By Fdodelap-76
    Simply fantastic
  • Amazing

    5
    By Mk anon.
    Thank you michio kaku for another wonderful book.
  • book has many parsing error

    1
    By Sdemirel
    the book has many erors in it some pages jumps to other .unreadable. dowloaded many times nothing changes
  • Physics of the Future

    2
    By GNewk
    This book was very disappointing. I expected a scientifically based extrapolation of where we would be in 89 years. Although the author does this to a credible extent for the next 39 years, he begins to depart from a scientifically based prediction and devolved into a rambling, internally inconsistent view of the world in the latter 1/3 of the book. Anyone who is reasonably well read on scientific issues (I.e., who reads the Science Times each week), will learn little and be very frustrated by this book. If you fit this category, don't buy it.
  • Love the book

    5
    By YaronGo
    Shows you how the futcher will look if we only stop our childish behaviors

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