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Dr. Michio Kaku - "Physics of the Future"

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I'm really hoping this is open to the public. Is anyone in the general vicinity? This is only about 35 minutes away from my day job, and I'm really hoping that I can make it.

http://www.prcc.edu/?q=brownstone/events/dr-michio-kaku

Anyone here had the chance to see him speak on this topic (or any other for that matter)?

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I own his book 'Hyperspace'.. I'd really love to see one of his lectures.

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Love this guy. The only person I'll gladly let give me a headache.

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Love this guy. The only person I'll gladly let give me a headache.

You should read A Brief History of Time.

I read it when I was a librarian.

It's amazing. And it will provide enjoyable headaches.

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I own his book 'Hyperspace'.. I'd really love to see one of his lectures.

I read this one when I was 13 or 14 years old and loved it. He definitely has a knack for explaining incredibly complex concepts to simpletons like myself. I concur with Hatake Stephen Hawking's "A Brief History of Time" was fantastic as well.

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You should read A Brief History of Time.

I read it when I was a librarian.

It's amazing. And it will provide enjoyable headaches.

The bit about the elderly lady and the Turtles was hilarious :)
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Something new for my reading list.

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The bit about the elderly lady and the Turtles was hilarious :)

I own the illustrated copy; when I first read it I read the 1988 press.

The illustrations make it all the more interesting.

I actually own that and The Universe In A Nutshell in a split-book.

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