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Physics of the Impossible by Michio Kaku
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Jan 20, 2009

it was amazing
Read in January, 2009

Amazing book that give nice overview of physics and the search for a theory of everything. Some material is difficult to follow, even for someonw like myself with previous lay knowlege of these topics, but it is always interesting. He writes well with a sense of humour and relates interesting historical facts such as patents for perpetual motion machines and so on. I recommend this book for anyone interested in cosmology, quantum mechanics, the next steps for reaearch with the Hadron collider on-line and some astonishing satellite experiements set to be launced in the next few years to seek out dark matter and gravity waves. Malcolm Watts BA MSW
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