'A whirlwind tour of technological possiblity' New Scientist
We all wish we could predict the future, but most of us don't know enough about the science that makes it possible. That's why Michio Kaku decided to talk to the people who really know - the visionaries who are already inventing the future in their labs.
Based on interviews with over three hundred of the world's top scientists, Kaku gives us an insider's perspective on the revolutionary advances that mean we'll soon be able to take an elevator into space, access the internet via our contact lenses, scan our DNA for signs of disease and even change the shape of objects - and all still within the laws of known physics.
This isn't just the shape of things to come - as Kaku shows, it's already happening.
'One of the gurus of modern physics' Financial Times
Physics of the Future
Fascinating, exciting and sometimes a little scary look at what new inventions are evolving from current scientific discoveries. This is not pie in the sky stuff, but based on already developing technologies. Covering topics like the future of computers, AI, Medicine, Energy, Nanotechnology, Space travel and much much more, this book is an excellent read for anyone who would love to learn more about what science has to offer us over the next 100 years. Be prepared to time travel into the future and be amazed