Q and A with theoretical physicist Michio KakuWatch
A few interesting Q and A
- What are the chances of multiverses actually existing?
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Dr. Michio Kaku Very high. The recent result on gravity waves depends on inflation, which is a quantum event. But quantum theory states that if something happens, there is a finite probability that it will happen again. Hence big bangs may be happening all the time, creating a multiverse or bubble bath of bubble-universes.
Dr. Michio KakuGravity waves, predicted by Einstein in 1918, are extremely weak. He knew that they would never be detected in his lifetime. It took 98 years, until last month, to detect them. So gravity waves from another universe would be even more difficult to detect. Gravity waves travel at the speed of light, so gravity waves from a parallel universe would never reach us.
Tell us about Future of the Mind
Dr. Michio Kaku Its a book about telepathy, telekinesis, recording memories, photographing a dream ... all these were once considered to be impossible, yet now we scientists can do all of them in the lab.