26 Burst results for "Michio Kaku"

Interview with Mitzi Okou

Revision Path

03:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Interview with Mitzi Okou

"All right. So tell us who you are and what you do. My needs is Michio Kaku ion in action in digital signer I N based in San Diego California and I currently work at HP. So we're recording this during this pandemic that seems to be the only thing everyone in two thousand, twenty years of dealing with together. How are you holding up during this time? Yes. That's a loaded question because I'm feeling a range of emotion. So I'm good in some sense where there is a her lining in this pandemic can learn a lot of things and take classes in really kind of dealt into things that I've been wanting to add to my skill set. But then there's the other side by you know I myself I'm an isolation. So I have to think about a lot of things in that can be super overwhelming. So I'm good but also super overwhelmed by a lot of things I would say yeah. But seems like in California for at least were able to tell by the news that seems like the State is going. Maybe into some other form of lockdown. Procedures are being rolled back is that is that the case where you're at? Yes. So we were at phase two for a little bit. So a few things happened like restaurants bend and then it rolled back to phase one. So we're all just in lockdown nothing's really open for just harks neighborhood parks beaches, and that's basically it's super strict. You can't really get any service anywhere without rain a mask so it's it's super super strict. Okay. Yeah. I don't know if that's going to really be the case. I was GONNA say nationwide it's still feels like there's so much. There's so many arguments around whether or not people need to wear masks. There's going to be mandates I mean even here in Georgia like I'm in Atlanta and the mayors like you have to wear a mask and the governor's like, no, you don't and I'm GonNa see you mayor for say that people have to wear masks like there's. Different places there's war just weird precautions around all of this but. It seems like until we all get on one just like one accord on all of this this is just going to have to be something that we deal with especially going into the fall. Oh Yeah. I agree and it's weird because of the beginning of this people were putting a time line they were saying, oh, we're going to be back in three months. Back in four months, two weeks, and it just feels like there's no end in sight especially with how things are being handled in the country. So it's really weird because when you are thinking about changing careers in changing. Location yet to keep all nine that okay we'll let this mimic how long am I going to be in isolation for and wouldn't allow me to go anywhere in things open up back soon or sooner than we thought how does that affect everything? So there's so many things to think about

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Modern Time Slips

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

06:27 min | 9 months ago

Modern Time Slips

"Today. Something a little bit different on this podcast. Generally science is acknowledged as something. Let's say a discovery of something and it can be replicated and therefore it is based in scientific fact and the pseudoscience is usually explained away as a simple single phenomena that can't be captured reproduced. So I have on this. PODCAST is a series of modern day. A or modern time time slips began with a white Ford pickup that pulled up to a cattle pasture near Pona City City Oklahoma. This was early in the fall of Nineteen seventy-one if stopped at the gate. Carl Marc and Gordon worked for cattle feed distributor. Were sent to this remote area to pick up a theater but they found their has kept them silent for forty one years. Carl says we opened the gate. which had barb orb wire with no locks and we entered? We went onto the property which was covered with grass up to in some cases over the truck. They drove through grass. Ask to the tank that sat close to Red Barn and got Outta the truck. We realize the tank was almost half full and too heavy to load. Carl said we. We decided to leave and drove around a Red Barn and there. We saw a large two story White House with no lights in front of us. The trio drove back to the cattle feed company and told the boss. He said he'd drained the tank and they could pick it up tomorrow. Carl says we went back to the location to retrieve the a tank the next night he said this time we decided to go through the old white big house on the hill and we brought our flashlights and shotguns. Just in case they they drove onto the property over the past. They've made through the day before they loaded the tank then they pulled around the bar toward the house what they saw burned into their memories. It was no longer there. Carl said we walked up the hill where it stood and there were no signs of demolition no foundation. There's nothing at all what we all seem to witness the night before was no longer there. We've talked to each other over the years but none of us can explain mine division. Did these men witness a time slip. Time slips have been reported throughout history and English women. Vacationing in France Franson one thousand. Nine hundred one claimed they stepped into the French Revolution. The two couples traveling in Spain in the Nineteen Seventies stated an oddly archaic. The hotel. There was simply gone on their return journey. Physicists like Albert Einstein Michio Kaku and Stephen Hawkins have have all said time. Travel is theoretically possible. Our science just can't achieve it but what if nature can another example the light in the sky shown shown white far from the Greens and the reds at Jigsaw during the Aurora Borealis of two thousand four visible in North America as far as the Lower Midwest West Jake fifteen stood outside his parents home in the lake of the ozarks Missouri around ten PM. Twenty eighth of May leaning against a truck rock looking at the lights. He didn't know his life was about to change a bright white glow suddenly filled the northern horizon this look nothing like the the northern lights the Aurora Borealis nor did it behave like that the lights move like the light of a copy machine. The single bar brightness move from west to east over Jake's head and disappeared. I thought that I should maybe go inside at this time and found myself. Unable to move he said Novenas grew in his arms and legs and he blocked out when he woke. He knew he'd been somewhere else. I felt woozy and almost dated. Said time seem muddled in my head. Had He walked into the House to find he'd been outside an hour. It took most of the night for him to tell us parents what happened. Most of the time I kept telling them that I thought the calendar was wrong. It should at least be after two thousand eight he said to this day. My mother remembers bits of this mainly because I looked at her and asked pointblank. Is that black man. Still President. What happened to j seizures psychological phenomenon or did did jake accidentally take a brief four years step forward from two thousand four hundred to two thousand eight Jake slip is just one in a long long line of stories from people who brushed against a different time such as an RAF pilots are victor good ard who encountered airplanes in nineteen eighteen thirty five that didn't exist until nineteen thirty nine one hundred year old Swiss watch found in a Chinese Ming Dynasty Tomb? People may I slipped like this all the time Duncan cal opened the door of his nineteen ninety nine Chevrolet s ten next to a convenience store gas pump trump in Springfield Missouri. Large man accosted him as I left the gas station. Some large melon-headed man dressed in a business suit yelled what year is this. Kel- set the man stood at a spot kill would've walked by when he left the store but he hadn't seen him demand wore dark black suit suit with a rough fiber texture. Kill said along the lines of things in the Teddy Roosevelt era. What year is this? The man yelled again. The the man was white about thirty five or forty years old clean-shaven normal but he asked an odd question. Carol said two thousand three CAL cal. Tolan the man's face contorted anger. What year is it? He screamed at yet cal again. I said two thousand three. The large man screamed the question. One more time I said two thousand three so he could hear me. Cal said then he quit asking. Kelly glanced away from the man as he slid into Swiss truck but safely inside he turned to get another luck and the man was gone. He disappeared from the front of the gas station. Cal said in the Second Institute held to slip into his truck demand simply vanished cal put. The man hadn't stepped inside the store the only place he could have gone in that short amount of the time he was gone.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Brought to you by professor michio kaku this science fantastic welcome back to the science fantastic with professor michio kaku today our special guests is dr george zarka dacas author of a new book about robots how dangerous are they are they going to give us a new wave of prosperity and jobs or will they spill our doom the book is called in our own image savior or destroyer the history and future of artificial intelligence now georgia and your book you go one step farther than other people who talk about the history of artificial intelligence where many societies have mythologies about creating a golem or mechanical pandora you say that it is genetically hardwired into our brains that we are in some sense compelled to do this so how do you argue the fact that our desire to create artificial life is in some sense genetically hardwired into our brain so to do i guess with evolution i it it's very important that we have these they function in order to be able to relate with each other so all the things that we have with gaza social consciousness with regards to empathy with feeling for one another comes from the daddy fundamental bought of a human brain and indeed precise the sokolski she like of the mind that makes us project allen minds into the modern passage of artificial intelligence like for instance you know when you speak to digital assistant news bay will make you think that that might be a human human being behind relationship that plays without brain and with a mind every time we we interact with another fixing pension system okay let's talk about the movies now because you have a whole section about the movies one of the first silent movies ever made was called metropolis it is a science fiction movie about creating a woman robot in fact very attractive women have robot that then goes to to mislead the masses of workers to create a revolution against the working class is an incredible movie far ahead of his time so do you think therefore that in science fiction and the movies we basically convey our hopes dreams and fears of artificial intelligence talk to me this movie was also product of each times of time and human civilization where there was in many ways today people were saying mechanization of work in.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Science welcome back science fantastic with professor michio kaku this hour we're not going to answer listener phone calls 'cause i get a pile of emails that i've been building up and so i have to answer some of these emails also you're gonna get angry at me and one question that i often get is about parallel universes why do we physicists believe in them but first of all as i mentioned there's the statistical argument that are does seem to be special that we are just right from the sun not too close not too far so either either the earth is just right from the sun by design so someone designed the earth to be just right or there are a lot of debtors out there that is a crap shoot that randomly we happen to be on an earth where this earth is just right from the sun otherwise we wouldn't be here to talk about it to begin with so we are winners of a lottery basically that there are thousands of planets out there that are unsuitable for life now here's another argument the fundamental constants of the universe are tuned tuned just right to allow for intelligent life in the universe for example if the nuclear force were stronger that means the sun would of burntout billions of years ago and there wouldn't be life on the earth because the side would have exhausted its nuclear fuel now if he changed the constance of the universe a little bit so that the nuclear force is weaker it means that the sun would never be ignited to begin with and we still wouldn't be here it would be dark it will be cold with no son so the nuclear force is tuned just right to allow for humans to exist or gravity if gravity were a little bit stronger then we would have had.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"You by professor michio kaku science science fantastic with professor michio kaku in this hour we're talking about one of the great geniuses and visionaries of the electric age everybody knows the name of thomas edison and rightly so he was the one who put it christie right on everyone's living room floor but there was also another man in the shadows nikola tesla who many people think was the genius the thinker the guy who saw saw the future and made many inventions that unfortunately were stolen from him are especially today richard munson the book is called tesla inventor of the modern so we'll be less left off tesla was not at his peak he was getting newspaper coverage he was getting money for some of his patents but as you mentioned he had an achilles heel that is you need someone with business instincts and someone who understands the law some people compare him to steve jobs as a youth who also was idealistic and a great genius but didn't understand business and it wasn't until steve jobs learn business and the law that he reformed apple computers into what it is today so tell us a bit about what happens now when the lawyers come in and tesla is involved with the well the fact that some people are stealing his ideas we'll probably the biggest change that happened in his life go positive and negative was his association with george westinghouse and network made possible by the patent lawyers who after tesla became a little bit well known day marketed the electric motor patent to try to a variety of people and westinghouse with the one that was willing to pick it up unfortunately as the economy declined i should point out that made tesla quite wealthy he lived at the waldorf astoria he has meals at the fancy del monaco he was at the top of his game the economy started to fall apart as well as the bankers began to zoom in on george westinghouse and put a lot of pressure on westinghouse to reduce his expenses and so he westinghouse one of his biggest expenses was paying a royalty.

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Police search for motive in Texas school shooting

Science Fantastic with Michio Kaku

02:27 min | 2 years ago

Police search for motive in Texas school shooting

"This is an abc news special texas high school shooting from abc news headquarters here is correspondent aaron katersky they're holding a single rose or maybe a candle at a vigil underway after ten people were shot and killed at santa fe high school outside houston a junior at the school using his father shotgun and pistol opened fire for an as yet unspecified reason tonight dimitrios pa gorgeous is charged with capital murder a judge denied bond after a brief court appearance a pastor is leading the assembled in prayer around us getting darker we have hope that the light of jesus in us we'll be more visible the darker the world gets as well levers we come together to lift up those that are deeply hurting to lift up the families of those who lives were lost to share hope it's not tragedy that brings us together today it is hope in the face of tragedy that brings us together today let's pray another community course to come together in prayer after another tragedy at another school in the united states of america rome schubert lived at firsthand he was shot in the head this morning when this shooting happened and yet he did not know it kafelnikov over the wall and it started running towards the parking lot and it turned around and saw my friend they're laying on the ground and it went over to check on him he said he was all right and then came up to me and i was like i got a lot of blood that somebody's blood get all over me and he said now you got shot in the back of the head and i was like i had no idea and there's board running down my shirt rome schubert was there so was decoder in that school and quite shaken buddy events of the day i just heard the largest and everybody ran out yelling ryan i you know all we heard was run brian and next thing you know we hear boom boom lemon everybody's just started running try to make it to the safest place i could as fast as i called my mom right away she couldn't breathe asthma attack i didn't even know where to find her she was in a field and i i just i can't even begin.

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Alfie Evans, sick British toddler at center of legal battle, dies

Science Fantastic Live with Dr. Michio Kaku

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Alfie Evans, sick British toddler at center of legal battle, dies

"A terminally ill british toddler who's case drew the attention of pope francis has died despite a highly contentious legal battle in the intervention of the pope twenty three month old british toddler alfie evans died after his life support was turned off against the wishes of his parents they were backed by hundreds of thousands of facebook supporters known as alfi's army the child had a rare degenerative brain disease his parents wanted him to go to rome for treatment but his doctor said he would never recover and the courts agreed announcing alfi's death is father says mike gladiator laid down his shield and gained his wings larry miller cbs news london now to the box office where another marvel superhero movie is knocking it out of the park avengers and finicky war earned ninety five million in forty three countries the.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Brought to you by professor michio kaku this is science science fantastic with professor michio kaku before the break we had a call about dark matter so let me try to break that down back in one thousand nine hundred ninety s we seem to have a very compelling picture of what the universe is made of back in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s we thought that well the universe has made out of atoms simple as that electrons going around a positive nucleus and perhaps the atom can be shattered to create cosmic rays and black holes and things but the universe is basically made out of atoms and the universe is also expanding and expansion was probably slowing down no big deal and there was a very pleasant very stable conception of the universe back the nineteen nineties boy where we wrong totally wrong because in the last ten fifteen years we've had to rewrite all the textbooks first of all we know that matter is not mainly made out of atoms atoms are made i mean adams are made out of electrons and protons but there's something else dark matter and dark matter is ten times more plentiful than ordinary matter and is invisible invisible meaning that are detectors cannot easily detected by telescopes and by our instruments and that's why it took so long took so long for scientists and astronomers to agree on the existence of dark matter then we had dark energy the energy of the vacuum which is pushing the galaxies apart giving us the big bang and it is not slowing down as most textbooks said it's speeding up the universe is speeding up in his acceleration at one day perhaps the nice guy will be totally black because the stars are so far away light cannot even reach us from the depths of outer space so this is a very different picture than the nineteen nineties we said that the universe has been based out of atoms and the universe is expanding but slowing down now we realize the universe is made out of something different dark matter and the universe is not slowing down it's speeding up it is careening out of.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on WCHS

"Brought to you by professor michio kaku this science welcome back to science fantastic with professor michio kaku before the break we had a call about dark matter so let me try to break that down back in one thousand nine hundred nineties we seem to have a very compelling picture of what the universe is made of back in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s we thought that it well the universe has made out of atoms simple as that electrons going around the positive nucleus and perhaps the atom can be shattered to create cosmic rays and black holes and things but the universe is basically made out of atoms and the universe is also expanding and expansion was probably slowing down no big deal and there was a very pleasant very stable conception of the universe back the nineteen nineties boy where we wrong totally wrong because in the last ten fifteen years we've had to rewrite right all the textbooks first of all we know that matter is not mainly made out of atoms atoms are made i mean adams are made out of electrons and protons but there's something else dark matter and dark matter is ten times more plentiful than ordinary matter and is invisible invisible meaning that are detectors cannot easily detected by telescopes and by our instruments and that's why it took so long took so long for scientists and astronomers to agree on the existence of dark matter then we had dark energy the energy of the vacuum which is pushing the galaxies apart giving us the big bang and it is not slowing down as most textbooks said it's speeding up the universe is speeding up in his acceleration at one day perhaps the nice guy will be totally black because the stars are so far away light cannot even reach us from the depths of outer space so this is a very different picture then the nine hundred ninety s we said that the universe has been based out of atoms and the universe is expanding but slowing down now we realize universities made out of something different dark matter and the universe is not slowing down it's speeding up it is careening out of.

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The Latest: Minneapolis airport reopens after blizzard

Science Fantastic Live with Dr. Michio Kaku

01:18 min | 2 years ago

The Latest: Minneapolis airport reopens after blizzard

"And creating treacherous road conditions minnesota twins home game against the chicago white sox at target field snowed out the centers for disease control says a multistate e coli outbreak that has sickened nearly three dozen people across eleven states is linked to lettuce grown in arizona no deaths reported agencies not identified a common grower supplier distributor or brand you're listening to abc news all money managers may seem pretty much the same but well some money managers may recommend high commission investment products fisher investments avoids them some money managers may have hidden and layered fees fisher investments never does and while some money managers are happy to earn commissions from you whether you do well or not fisher investments fees are structured so we do better when you do better in other words we're structured to be on your side maybe that's why most of our clients come to us from other money managers talk with us and find out why so many experienced investors are switching to and staying with fisher investments fisher investments clearly better money management investments in securities involve the risk of loss visit us at fisherinvestments dot com.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"You professor michio kaku this is science fantastic welcome back to science fantastic with professor michio kaku with us today professor richard god of princeton university author of the book time travel in einstein's universe so richard some people say that finally definitively settle the question of time travel either a you build one which is prohibitively expensive or be you get a quantum theory relativity whereby you can calculate quantum corrections to these wormholes and cosmic strings then settle the question string theory being one one candidate for this theory but what are your thoughts well what we do now as we find a try to find a self consistent solution where we apply quantum mechanics and occurs based on this is where stephen hawking did with the black hole and leasing lee and i found that there is a self consistent quantum state is the vacuum state called the rap to rendler vacuum tag compare and did not blow up when when you enter the time machine and stephen hawking's student mr cassidy had found that such a solution must exist but leisurely and found the with may found the the actual state that that satisfied that and it was a self consistent solution that that didn't blow up if your solution blows up it changes the curvature space time that you started with as a basis for your calculation you haven't done succeeded in making itself consistent calculation so that certainly our work is certainly encouraging from that point of view but we of course like to have a series of quantum gravity where a unified theory word we could put it all together and do it in one piece now you and your student i have come up with a new theory that the universe in some sense created itself that there is some kind of cosmic loop that is the universe is self creating now explain that idea to our listeners please okay so the linda had shown that the inflation could produce branching universes so that you had brought branches in a tree and eat france would grow up to be as big as the trunk and sprout branches in its own and we were just one of the this will go on forever and make an infinite fractional tree of branching universes but you'd say well where did the trump count turn come from an so leasing leeann i propose that one of the.

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15 killed, 14 injured as truck plows into bus carrying Canadian hockey team

Science Fantastic Live with Dr. Michio Kaku

01:38 min | 2 years ago

15 killed, 14 injured as truck plows into bus carrying Canadian hockey team

"Four firefighters hurt and fire in an apartment on one of the upper floors of trump tower in new york city wcbs reporter ethan harp fire was pretty well could cain although it was obviously a very tough fire to fight not only because of the fire itself but how high it was fifty stories of course ladders can't get up there commissioner dan niagara talk to us about the challenges not only fighting what would already be a tragic fire but a challenging one because of course this is the president's personal home no members of the first family were there at the time of president trump tweet of the fire was out before it actually was mr trump had said earlier that the fire was very confined because the building was well built canadian police say the death toll on the crash between a truck and a bus carrying a hockey team has risen to fifteen or twenty nine people on the bus which was carrying the humboldt broncos a team in the saskatchewan junior hockey lee curtis a block he's with the royal canadian mounted police this is a very involved investigation and due to the large amount of evidence information and the number of victims this work will take some time no official details yet on exactly what caused the crash central american immigrants traveling through mexico and a caravan that drew comments from president trump or protesting in mexico city it's the final stop for the migrant caravan that left from mexico guatemala border late late last month to draw attention to immigrant and refugee policies migrants taking part of begun to disperse in recent days is they receive temporary papers from the mexican government some plan to remain in mexico while others will travel to the us border and request asylum outside of hospital in munster germany there was a long line of people waiting to give blood after.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Brought to you by professor michio kaku this science welcome back to science fantastic with professor michio kaku you can get on the air by calling six one two five six four eight one three five go to my website and perhaps you can get a signed copy of my book the future of humanity is m kaku dot org m k a k u dot org before the break we had a call saying what's behind sleep well i think scientists are agreed that sleep is a way to rest and to recuperate but why do we dream that's what divides scientists some scientists say that nothing but the accidental flaring up of the gala which controls troubling and nightmarish type thoughts and that lights up when you dream but why that type of dream well it turns out when you build robots you build what are called learning machines these are called neural networks neural networks can actually learn very slowly but they do learn by repetition and by practice then we should find out interestingly enough is that wendy's learning machines saturate that is when they learned too much then they go into a different kind of state of consciousness where they can't learn anymore and memories they begin to drift they begin to try to make sense of some of these memories that's what we think is the origin of dreams we think that animals and humans are learning machines neural networks that are flooded with memories and we can't learn anymore and just like a file cabinet we have to make sense of these dreams and reorganize them just like what robots will do when they tried to learn things and learning is saturated by too many memories they had to make sense out of it and so that's one reason why we think that dreams not only our dreams that are nightmarish but dreams also that tried to make sense of troubling events that is perhaps the origin of dreams well once i interviewed at harvard university one of the deans of dream research for many decades he's research things your dreams and i asked him about what all these books by freudian psychologists who have deep meanings dreams and he laughed and he said well that's.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Brought to you by professor michio kaku this is science fantastic welcome back to science fantastic with professor michio kaku with us today professor richard god of princeton university author of the book time travel in einstein's universe so richard some people say that finally definitively settle the question of time travel either a you build one which is prohibitively expensive or be you get a quantum theory relativity whereby you can calculate quantum corrections to these wormholes cosmic strings then settle the question string theory being one of candidate for this theory but what are your thoughts well what we do now as we find a try to find a self consistent solution where we apply quantum mechanics and occurs based on this is where what stephen hawking did with the black hole and leasing lee and i found that there is a self consistent quantum state is the vacuum state called the rap to rendler vacuum compare and did not blow up when when you enter the time machine and stephen hawking's student mr cassidy had found that such a solution must exist but leisurely and found the with me found the the actual state that that satisfied that and it was a self consistent solution that that didn't blow up if your solution blows up it changes the curvature of space time that you started with is the basis for your calculation you haven't done a succeeded in making itself consistent calculation so that certainly our work at certainly encouraging from that point of view but we of course like to have a series of quantum gravity where a unified theory word we could put it all together and do it in one piece now you and your student i have come up with a new theory that the universe in some sense created itself that theory some kind of cosmic loop that sub says the universe is self creating now explain that idea to our listeners please okay so the linda had shown that the inflation could produce branching universes so that you had brought like branches in a tree and france would grow up to be as big as the trunk and sprout branches of its own and we were just one of the.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"To you by professor michio kaku this is science fantastic welcome back to science fantastic with professor michio kaku and this hour we're talking not just about the personal life and the personal legacy of stephen hawking we're talking about his scientific contributions there's been so much written about his affliction with a ls and his struggle to become one of the world's leading scientists but very little has been talked about his scientific accomplishments in the media well with us today is astronomer ken crosswell author of a number of great books including alchemy of the heavens and he's an astronomer in berkeley and we're going to talk to him about well how do you go about looking for black holes so again let's say you go outside and you mentioned that they are galactic black holes at the center of the milky way galaxy well first of all if you were to go outside and look at the night sky in which direction would you look if you want to see the center of the milky way galaxy whereby rights there should be a fireball well you would look at the constellation sagittarius which is visible best in the summer sky in the southern part of the southern the summer sky the hatch the constellation sagittarius constellation i talk about in my book see the stars it looks like a teapot consists of eight stars and you're the spout of that teapot is vegetarian a star which is be supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy is the object about which everything else in our galaxy goes.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on WCHS

"Brought to you by professor michio kaku this is science fantastic welcome back to science fantastic with professor michio kaku once again a special guest today dr ken crosswell astronomer from berkeley author of a delightful book the alchemy the heavens and once again i'm gonna say thank you for all the people that showed up for the book tour we averaged about three hundred to four hundred people per event we had one thousand two hundred people in menlo park california and as a consequence the book the future of humanity went onto the new york times bestseller list it's a book about space travel about what happens when we go back to the moon starting next year on to mars and perhaps even beyond mars to the solar system and perhaps even beyond that so find out about the future of humanity my latest new york times bestseller but once again in this hour we're talking about the scientific legacy of my colleagues stephen hawking and we talked about gigantic radio telescopes that can for the first time for the first time now begin to have a snapshot of the event horizon of the black hole lurking at the center of the milky way galaxy this is incredible and then the next question is well what does it look like well it's probably going to be a sphere but it's probably going to be black and so i think some people may be a little bit disappointed that it's not explosive that it looks basically like a black sphere but well what are your thoughts about what we're going to find.

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Joshua goes the distance before beating Parker in world heavyweight clash

Science Fantastic Live with Dr. Michio Kaku

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Joshua goes the distance before beating Parker in world heavyweight clash

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"michio kaku" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Brought to you by professor michio kaku this is science welcome back to science fantastic with professor michio kaku first of all we're dedicating our comments to the memory of dr stephen hawking and he helped to alert the people of the world to planetary dangerous yes we have self inflicted problems like global warming and dangerous germ warfare but we also have threats from mother nature asteroid impacts super volcanoes and dr hakim said perhaps just perhaps our future lies in outer space and that's also the theme of my latest book now with new york times bestseller the future of humanity and with us to talk about some of these threats is dr edward liu one of the co founders of the b six twelve foundation and asteroid institute he's had three missions three missions out of space he spent two hundred six days in space and we're talking about detecting and well doing something about these threats from outer space so let's do a hypothetical thought experiment let's see we're in a hollywood movie and our telescopes do detect a killer asteroid headed toward us maybe we have a year or so warning what are we going to do there is no space shuttle is very difficult for a rockets to reach deep space but well what we do is are we sitting ducks well first off the scenario you mentioned this the kind of thing that happens only inside the movies it's like what am i gonna do zombies show by dr well it doesn't happen in real life what's going to happen is we're going to say oh we're gonna take careful measurements of an asteroid and fifty five years from now some asteroid has a chance of winning earth will we will we will send some small probes up towards it measure carefully and then we will send satellites to just run into it and changes trajectory ever so slightly in a controlled fashion to keep it from hitting near in reality that's what would happen you know what happens in hollywood movies is just for entertainment purposes and they're fun but they don't have any relation to reality.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on WCHS

"Brought to you by professor michio kaku this is science welcome back to science fantastic with professor michio kaku first of all were dedicating our comments to the memory of dr stephen hawking and he helped to alert the people of the world to planetary dangerous yes we have self inflicted problems like global warming and dangerous of germ warfare but we also have threats from mother nature asteroid impacts super volcanoes and dr hakim said perhaps just perhaps our future lies in outer space and that's also the theme of my latest book now with new york times bestseller the future of humanity and with us today to talk about some of these threats is dr edward liu one of the co founders of the b six twelve foundation and asteroid institute he's had three missions three missions in outer space he spent two hundred six days in space and we're talking about detecting and well doing something about these threats from outer space so let's do a hypothetical thought experiment let's see we're in a hollywood movie and our telescopes do detect a killer asteroid headed toward us maybe we have a year or so warning what are we gonna do there is no space shuttle is very difficult for a rockets to reach deep space but well what do we do are we sitting ducks well i have to scenario you mentioned this the kind of thing that happens only in saudi movies it's like what am i gonna do zombie show her by dr well it doesn't happen in real life what's going to happen is we're going to say oh we're gonna take careful measurements of an asteroid and fifty five years from now some asteroid has a chance of getting hurt we'll see we will we will send some small probes up towards it measure carefully and then we will send satellites to just run into it and changes trajectory ever so slightly in a controlled fashion to keep it from hitting near in reality that's what would happened you know what happens in the hollywood movie is is just for entertainment purposes and they're fine but they don't have any relation to reality.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Brought to you by professor michio kaku this is science welcome back to science fantastic with professor michio kaku first of all we're dedicating our comments to the memory of dr stephen hawking and he helped to alert the people of the world to planetary dangerous yes we have self inflicted problems like global warming and dangerous of germ warfare but we also have threats from mother nature asteroid impacts super volcanoes and dr hockey said perhaps just perhaps our future lies in outer space and that's also the theme of my latest book now in new york times bestseller the future of humanity and with this day to talk about some of these threats is dr edward liu one of the co founders of the b six twelve foundation and asteroid institute he's had three missions three missions in outer space he spent two hundred six days in space and we're talking about detecting and well doing something about these threats from outer space so let's do a hypothetical thought experiment let's see we're in a hollywood movie and our telescopes do detect a killer asteroid headed toward us maybe we have a year or so warning what are we gonna do there is no space shuttle is very difficult for a rockets therese deep space but well what do we do are we sitting ducks well i talked to scenario you mentioned this the kind of thing that happens only inside the movies it's like what am i gonna do zombie show by dr well it doesn't happen in real life what's going to happen is we're going to say oh we're gonna take careful measurements of an asteroid and fifty five years from now some asteroid has a chance of winning earth will we will we will send some small probes up towards it measure it carefully and then we will send satellites to just run into it and change its trajectory ever so slightly in a controlled fashion to keep it from hitting here in reality that's what would happen you know what happens in the hollywood movie is is just for entertainment purposes and they're fine but they don't have any relation to reality.

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Miami Beach club's stunt involving horse, bikini-clad woman sparks outcry, probe

Science Fantastic Live with Dr. Michio Kaku

01:32 min | 2 years ago

Miami Beach club's stunt involving horse, bikini-clad woman sparks outcry, probe

"Since 1901 some of the white house aren't sure a meeting between president trump and north korea's leader will actually happen reports the new york times abc news contributor and political commentator tarasiuk meyer the way that this was rolled out this cut an improvisational diplomacy is not how you do things when you're dealing with something as significant as north korea north koreans have been looking for legitimacy on the world stage four decades they have pulled stunts like this acting as though they want to talk and they want to have some type of diplomatic relations but then they go ahead and they violate any of those agreements and they move forward with their nuclear program after a nine month old baby was found crawling in a busy road way but leeson utica new york say they've arrested the mother the babies in a hospital a disturbing video involving a horror skits miami beach nightclub shutdown popped up on line video shows a skimpilyclad woman riding a horse on the dance floor the koci lounge early wednesday morning the horse gets scooped in books and in his thrown off its back miami beach mayor dan gilbert i looked at it and got what kind of idiot would do something like this tool the to animal what kind of idiot would endanger people's lives in that club miami beach police spokesman or nestor rodriguez we had received information that instances like this have transpired before at the same nightclubs abc news a good night's sleep starts with the right pillow that's where mypillow comes in and.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Brought to you by professor michio kaku this is science fantastic welcome back to this guy is bad stick with at present michio kaku this hour we're talking about how of us are physicists use aliens civilizations in outer space with us today is doc has set shot stack senior astronomer of the city has had to to mountain view california author of the book confessions of an alien hunter he got his bachelors in physics from princeton in fact we actually may have overlapped i was at present at roughly the same time he got his ph d from caltech and now he's with the city institute so let me ask you a question that i'm sure you begin you've been given many many times and that's the fermi paradox that is if the galaxy is teaming with earth like planets then well where are they how of the land white house lawn and advertise their existence and i sure in an age of aquarius what's keeping them i'm all for that to be i don't know why the union should bother but they might do it uh of course if they actually land on the white house lawn they're going to get a respite right away by uh the fermi paradox indeed is simply a a kind of a simple argument that you know what universes very old so there's been plenty of time for anybody to colonize but essentially all of it i mean thar galaxy would take thirty or forty or fifty million years the colonized uh if somebody was interested in doing that and uh you know the i mean you have to make some assumptions about how fast they're rockets are and so forth and so on but if there was two funding one society in the whole history of our galaxy decided that we're gonna make the galaxies heirs uh big had plenty of time to do it so so.

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Rex Tillerson cancels day's events in Africa after falling ill

Science Fantastic Live with Dr. Michio Kaku

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Rex Tillerson cancels day's events in Africa after falling ill

"To websites the reliably complaer compare cost and quality of medical tests that's with the new health secretary alex as our promises saying that it has the full backing president trump under the weather secretary of state rex tillerson in the midst of a world win fivecountry tour of africa canceling events saturday after feeling sick the sixty five year olds rigorous schedule including stops in three african countries on friday a top of that tillerson working the phones the night before as president trump agreed to a meeting with north korea leader kim jongun at event to address the fight against hiv aids in africa going on without tillerson a visit with american diplomat strapped but by saturday afternoon tillerson's condition had improved dan is expected to resume his schedule sunday dave packer abc news hollywood news medical marijuana if he were six says attorney general jeff sessions if i were sick i wouldn't suggest you take marijuana the curious south i'm not sure it's proven to be particularly helpful thing pop actions still illegal under federal law the attorney general adds they won't crack down on smalltime cases none of people to do it this despite the justice department's decision to lifting obama era policy that discourage us officials from going after the pot trade worthy drug is legal the attorney general spoke at georgetown university in washington this is abc news it orchestration stories from cd g a government agency needed to prepare for the future but it's it infrastructure was stuck in the past so cwg orchestrated a converged infrastructure solution between delhi emc technology it.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"The next listener phone call hello um dr michio kaku i was wondering how does time dilute should work okay well i went saw a science fiction movie when i was a child where the aliens kidnapped a bunch of earthlings and put them on their flying saucer and as a flying saucer leaves the earth the saucer man says look we are now travelling at the speed of light and then one of the people in the rocket ship says oh my god my god i'm looking at my wrist watch it stopped my wrist watch has stopped einstein was right sequence in that movie almost got it right you see inside the rocket ship even if you're a speeding here the speed of light inside the rocketed everything seems normal watches don't stop everything seems normal but from the outside from an earth lang's point of view if an earth leaing looks at the rocket ship time has slowed down so people inside the rocket ship look like they're frozen so yes you quit when he travel very close to the speed of light their wrist watches their wristwatches we'll seemed to stop but everything inside that ship also slows down people talks lower their brain function slower everything is slower so this time dilation einstein says the in a rocket ship as you approach the speed of light time slows down inside the rocket ship but even your brain slows down so inside the rocket ship you not aware of it you're not even aware of the fact that your brain is slowing down practically cutting to a halt now you may say to yourself well this is fantastic this is incredible this is preposterous but it is true and what we measure it with our with our airplanes you could put an atomic clock on an airplane and had that airplane move in space and by golly is slows down so einstein was right okay well let's take a short commercial break and after the break we're gonna continue with science fan task thick with professor michio kaku give us a call six one two five six four eight one three five mm the the be oh god.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Is the talk radio network his test science fantastic with professor michio kaku and the question is to the some of the biggest stars in history with quantum physics the birth of the universe cosmetology but what this today to explain the link is howard bloom author of the book that god problem how a godless cosmus creates so how let's get right into your book first of all what is that god problem and how to creationist an atheist deal with that question well the god problem is very simply if there is no god who said let there be light weird all this white come from if there is no god who parted the heavens the fees how did we get heavens and see how in the world in an intimate cosmos cough up or protons photons galaxies stars not to mention priolo bites and you and me and the intelligent design people imagine that there is this god you know vis very creative streak and he imagines our universe and then he makes what he imagines come into existence that we think of as creation that's what we think of as intelligent design well after rather silly idea i mean the human brain has between twenty and forty different visual centers and you really think that we need a creature that has between twenty and forty visual centers who pre can he something who actually comes up with a vision of something in his equivalent of ahead before he somehow in stand she eighth it turns it into a reality that that's really philly and if there were a god i mean if it if the uteruses so complex that take for god to make it will in presumably the god who makes it is even more complex flew in the universe and who in the world made him or her so the the idea of a god just doesn't compute it does turnout however that among those who've been intelligent design fanatics were capped lurd galileo newton and a whole bunch of others because they basically believe that the.

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"michio kaku" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"michio kaku" Discussed on WCHS

"Science test science fantastic with professor michio kaku and the question we can ask today as well what does rock music had to do with quantum physics godless universe evolutionary psychology and howard bloom with us today a is howard bloom author of the book the god problem where we last left off hooper talking about is the fact that you've had a tremendous history with rockstars' and the first question is have you noticed that some of these rockstars' have also shared some curiosity with some of the same passions scientific passion is that you've had with quantum physics with abolitionists psychology heavy notice to some of these individuals are also curious about these questions well they get curious about evolutionary biology when i start telling them entailed life with sexual elodie and evolutionary biology an evolutionary psychology were both riddled with sexual morality it there's more sex with them than in playboy and penthouse but no they're not really i never was able to sit down and talk physics with any of them even with billy joel who's one of the most intelligent or the bunch and remember these are very intelligent people paul fireman had issues a foreign affairs quarterly in his office i mean these these are all very bright people but no i'm afraid the kind of things that you when i would talk about over launcher not the kinds of things that they and i would talk about alright launch and when you analyse their life history have you learned lessons saw the lessons that then you can apply when you start to talk about the god problem in evolutionary psychology and quantum physics absolutely i learned a lesson in an imprinting from the youth stars imprinting is your plan rebel rents wanna nobel prize for discovering it in bird and if you walk past while counter lance lawrence discovered this by the fact that he had this big research facility way out in the country actually reduce parents warmer home and he loved birds and there will bodes all over the place and one day he drove his bicycle up to this research with.

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