Summary of Physics of the Future
How Science Will Shape Human Destiny and Our Daily Lives by the Year 2100
Copyright © Michio Kaku, 2011. First published in Great Britain in the English language by Allen Lane, a publishing division of Penguin Books Ltd. Summarised by permission of the publisher.
What you’ll see in the future when you use the computer screen on your contact lenses (and other tech miracles to come)
Michio Kaku is the lay reader’s dream – an accomplished scientist who communicates intricate concepts in a way anyone can comprehend. In his book, Kaku offers a deeply researched study of the technologies that will create society’s future. He tackles everything from computer screens on contact lenses to magnetic levitation, artificial intelligence and nanotechnology. To keep his treatise reader-friendly, he brings in examples from Greek mythology, Star Trek and the Terminator movies. At times Kaku seems a bit too optimistic about the gee-whiz direction of the world, which he believes eventually will be free of cancer, car crashes and the ravages of aging. But he does temper some of his predictions: He points out the limits of stem cells and artificial intelligence, and he notes the dangers of global warming. getAbstract recommends his analysis to readers seeking an erudite but easy-to-digest survey of the innovations shaping the future.
Unfortunately, our contract with the publisher of this book does not allow us to distribute the summary in your country. This is a rare occurrence. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please click below for another edition of the book or feel free to download any other title.Click here for another edition of this book.
About the Author
Michio Kaku, who co-founded string field theory, teaches theoretical physics at the City University of New York and wrote Hyperspace and Physics of the Impossible.
Comment on this summary
4 years agoA good read for all think-tanks and visionary thinkers.
Customers who read this summary also read
Basic Books, 2015
Yale UP, 2015
Da Capo Press, 2015
Simon & Schuster, 2016