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Michio Kaku - the world in 2030



The world in 2030: how science will affect computers, medicine, jobs, our lifestyles and wealth.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Mike the Autist-ic on 9 June, 2012, 17:22
Again thanks for the video on Michio Kaku...he's brilliant approach to physics and unusual theories he came up with (i.e. the interdimensional universe of a replica reality abit different from the one we're in) are starting to make sense in radical yet logical clarity in making us understand science.




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