Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell (Full Presentation) | Big Think

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  • Big Think
    Big Think2 سنوات قبل

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  • Katie Keyser

    Katie Keyser

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    😂

  • Lidia Pomećko

    Lidia Pomećko

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    @Washeek_Honey O O Ol Oo Llo Oo O O L Oll

  • Lidia Pomećko

    Lidia Pomećko

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    @Washeek_Honey O O Ol Oo Llo Oo O O L Ol

  • Houda Nsibi

    Houda Nsibi

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    ج

  • Meraki United by Randy Chriz
    Meraki United by Randy Chrizسنوات قبل

    This dude makes it look easy! Respect!

  • LuckyLos

    LuckyLos

    11 أيام قبل

    He's good at universe stuff. But watch him on Rogan, you will be underwhelmed.

  • Vincent

    Vincent

    19 أيام قبل

    @StandaLon Corny

  • Samuel N

    Samuel N

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    Yes! This presentation was very informative and so lucidly presented. He kept me interested and did not lose me once in his talk.

  • Aero01

    Aero01

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    Dude?

  • Daniel Issac

    Daniel Issac

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    Well, when you get to the core of things, most things are so simple ... if you can make it to the core, that is!

  • Masha chahir
    Masha chahirأشهر قبل

    He makes everything seem so evident and easy. I'm glad to be born in a period where this man exists ❤️

  • Mari Harrik

    Mari Harrik

    4 أيام قبل

    @Rakanishu troll

  • Rakanishu

    Rakanishu

    18 أيام قبل

    racis

  • Ku'gath The Plague Father
    Ku'gath The Plague Father8 أشهر قبل

    Everytime I watch Professor Kaku it feels like I'm on a 1 on 1 lecture with him and I feel like I can understand every single thing he's talking about even though I'm not familiar with the subject.

  • Cosmo Politan

    Cosmo Politan

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    That's one of his talents... a communicative scientist, if you will.

  • Ku'gath The Plague Father
    Ku'gath The Plague Father6 أشهر قبل

    He repeats his stories alot. and tbh i think that's what made him such a good explainer. He hones the same explanation until he masters it and finally blesses us young minds.

  • Jaymexxu
    Jaymexxu2 أشهر قبل

    I've been following Mr. Kaku for nearly 15 years now, and he is still till this very day the best professor i have ever seen anywhere. He influenced more young brains than people give him credit for, people who will unlock the secrets of Dark Matter and so on, will be people who were influenced by this man at some point in their life, and that's amazing, this man is perfect. Thank you Sir, Professor Michio Kaku.

  • Linda Seel
    Linda Seelسنوات قبل

    I have been a fan of Dr. Kaku for decades. His knack for breaking down complex subjects into easily understandable terms, combined with a refreshing sense of humor, makes Dr. Kaku a natural teacher and a pleasure to listen to.

  • bionicbigfoot

    bionicbigfoot

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    He’s a quack

  • Linda Seel

    Linda Seel

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    @Ansh Singh Good one. 👍👍👍

  • Ansh Singh

    Ansh Singh

    أشهر قبل

    and my age is just 1.4 decade

  • Michael Gill

    Michael Gill

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    He got the quote from Clark about technology wrong! Come on now man. It’s “magic” not “divinity” why did dr kaku lie to us about that? Why can he not say “magic”? He is not as smart as I thought

  • Michael Gill

    Michael Gill

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    But then why did he get the quote from Clark wrong? Haha I’ve met dr kaku and he’s not all there

  • Alexandra Stimens
    Alexandra Stimens2 أشهر قبل

    This was the most comprehensible and engaging physics lesson I’ve ever witnessed. The realization that the Big Bang was the fissioning of universes…wow. And I actually understood the description of worm holes. Incredible knowledge and presentation!

  • DH Wardani
    DH Wardaniأشهر قبل

    This guy never fails to make me feel like I'm learning something while also teaching absolutely nothing new and simply conceptualizing every sentence.

  • Patricia Lau

    Patricia Lau

    3 أيام قبل

    He is one of those professors you never forget.

  • Andrea Nicole Guinto
    Andrea Nicole Guinto8 أشهر قبل

    He's certainly the professor that we all need to fall in love with science even more and to find it actually easy, not hard as others view it because of its engagement with mathematics.

  • Raj Deep🕊

    Raj Deep🕊

    8 أيام قبل

    @Allan Vega Carl sagan & Richard Feynman ❤❤

  • Samosa Sosa

    Samosa Sosa

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    @Allan Vega Either Or.

  • headoverheels88

    headoverheels88

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    You know who else was brilliant at doing that? Einstein. I can't help but feel the very first person he mentioned, Einstein - with his way of sharing his genius to a world to make a better world - rubbed off on Kaku. There's a genuineness in Kaku when he speaks, and I 100% believe him when he says, "PS we're going to make your life a living hell in elementary physics". As a political scientist, I appreciate the look out!🤣

  • Allan Vega

    Allan Vega

    2 أشهر قبل

    I'd prefer Carl Sagan 10^100th times over.

  • Danwir Knight
    Danwir Knight16 أيام قبل

    I love that he talks about expecting to discover the Higgs Boson, and a few years after this, they did.

  • ThePieMan
    ThePieMan7 سنوات قبل

    This totally counts as studying for my physics final right?

  • Pushpinder Chhatwal

    Pushpinder Chhatwal

    7 أيام قبل

    NOT!

  • Jarmans World

    Jarmans World

    25 أيام قبل

    @The Duder I’m surprised as well.

  • The Duder

    The Duder

    26 أيام قبل

    @Jarmans World It sure did. Even with the now removed comments, the rest of the responses tend to tell the entire story anyway. lol AReye stopped notifying me of responses to this section 3 years ago. I am surprised at the mix of those who did and did not catch the OP's joke. Almost as if a coin were being tossed.

  • Jarmans World

    Jarmans World

    26 أيام قبل

    @The Duder this aged well

  • Toby Day
    Toby Dayأشهر قبل

    I have never watched a video on physics in my life, but for some weird reason I felt compelled to watch this one. I was amazed at how interesting it was. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us in such a great way. 🙂

  • John H
    John Hأشهر قبل

    Love Dr. Michio and how he explains physics ... he has a true love for it and it shows

  • Jim Hill
    Jim Hillأشهر قبل

    Michio Kaku : maybe the most captivating educator I have ever listened to: He is one, of very few, who make it a sheer joy to learn how to understand things.

  • Valinda Balcarzar
    Valinda Balcarzar3 أشهر قبل

    I would like to say, thank you to all of the historical pioneers that have discovered the building blocks of both,science and mathematics. Each of you are brilliant shining “stars”.

  • samuel asfaw
    samuel asfaw5 سنوات قبل

    This guy created a particle accelerator for high school science fair!

  • Mayuresh Nighot

    Mayuresh Nighot

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    i had made a windmill that did not work.

  • mayur kalsekar

    mayur kalsekar

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    Me proud of my artificial volcono

  • M

    M

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    In the meantime we were trying to get laid!! hahaha

  • Taha
    Taha4 أشهر قبل

    It was great, it is safe to say that Professor Michio Kaku is one of the most inspiring physicists of the present century. In my opinion, no one can explain physics as well as Mr. Kaku 👌

  • Marq Jaqobs
    Marq Jaqobsأشهر قبل

    He is a genius. Not only his understanding of the most complex physics and mathematics, but he is able to explain it in terms most people can understand, and with a great sense of humor. Another guy who could do that was Stephen Hawking.

  • Autonomous
    Autonomous2 أشهر قبل

    Literally one of the best videos I have ever watched. It’s mind blowing that this content can be found on AReye. A lifetime of achievement; the greatest minds known to mankind all summarized into a video that is under one hour long. Bravo 👏 bravo 👏 bravo…

  • Radek Seky
    Radek Seky6 أشهر قبل

    Exceptional, exemplar lecture. People like you, Dr., are the reason for a proper succession of the human knowledge and therefore spirit. Almost made me question my current field. ^^

  • Just Some Guy without a Mustache
    Just Some Guy without a Mustacheسنوات قبل

    Watching this really makes you cherish this life that you got

  • ZIPhead

    ZIPhead

    2 أشهر قبل

    @Kim Rowland look up millennium

  • ZIPhead

    ZIPhead

    2 أشهر قبل

    Nope

  • red sed

    red sed

    5 أشهر قبل

    @ManorexicPanda Keep guessing clown! There's ur def of theory!

  • MG
    MG2 أشهر قبل

    This is the best youtube recommendation that I've watched I truly understand how physics works and I'm so greatful to you Dr.Kaku ... If you reading this Sir Thank You so much this will be a great help for me because I am planning to take LET Exam in the philippines and I learned a lot from you.Thank You so much for sharing your wisdom and knowledge.

  • 凌lzl
    凌lzl8 أشهر قبل

    Dr Michio Kaku’ speeches are always inspiring. 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙏thank you so much.

  • Hamster OnCoffee
    Hamster OnCoffee6 أشهر قبل

    Stunning presentation ❤️. I was multi-tasking the first minutes and wanted to let this play in the background, but it was so interesting that I eventually decided to put all my attention into it ❤️ and ditch whatever I was doing on top. Amazing! If only my physics teachers would explain things like this & have this enthusiasm... I would have appreciated this to another level. This is waaay more than just some "random" equations thrown in my notebook... Thank you, Mr. Michio Kaku ❤️

  • Asphalt paving by gw Paving
    Asphalt paving by gw Pavingأشهر قبل

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us I never finished high school but middle-age I love to learn this is stuff is fascinating and you break it down so people like myself is capable of understanding 💯👏🏻

  • Whatsup1896
    Whatsup1896سنوات قبل

    Shoutout to his mom for having been so supportive even though she didn't fully, if not at all, understand what her son was doing back then!

  • rmwtsou

    rmwtsou

    2 أشهر قبل

    @K, U aren’t a KILLA But without moms, where are men?

  • K, U aren’t a KILLA

    K, U aren’t a KILLA

    2 أشهر قبل

    He didn’t need her. Men are always making things happen without mom’s approval.

  • Blake Boyd- Madden

    Blake Boyd- Madden

    5 أشهر قبل

    Big fact, so many times we see the power of family support in individual trajectory/success.

  • Tamarahope77

    Tamarahope77

    6 أشهر قبل

    She did ask him to take out the garbage, though. I hope he did!

  • CapitainTV

    CapitainTV

    8 أشهر قبل

    Dr.Kaku is really the proof that you don’t need a fancy equipment to do physics

  • Jake Gilbert
    Jake Gilbert5 أشهر قبل

    Thank you so very much for sharing your personal stories as well as the knowledge you have gained for all to hear and learn!

  • Generic Jesus
    Generic Jesus4 أيام قبل

    “when I was 8” I was trying to fry ants with a magnifying glass. It was actually educational, I learned all about constructive and destructive interference of waves/radiation

  • Dominic Ayyanikkatt
    Dominic Ayyanikkatt6 أشهر قبل

    A mind expanding lecture! I have just finished reading for the second time, The Tao Physics,by Fritjof Kapra,published more than forty years ago. The lecture of Michio Kaku complements that book. This great phycist is able to present the most intricate and latest findings modern physics in a language that can be understood by a non specialist.

  • Tee 2
    Tee 29 أشهر قبل

    This man is a public treasure. Just amazing knowledge and the ability to make scientific information easier to understand

  • Thunder Shrek

    Thunder Shrek

    25 أيام قبل

    @voidremoved bruh no

  • voidremoved

    voidremoved

    2 أشهر قبل

    he is wrong

  • leo king
    leo king2 سنوات قبل

    are you joking me this is the first time i'm studying physics without getting bored man this guy is a legend huge respect

  • Deepak Lenka

    Deepak Lenka

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    🤣

  • Anduin Lothar

    Anduin Lothar

    6 أشهر قبل

    Its fun until its computation time

  • Slash

    Slash

    9 أشهر قبل

    Yup, physics and science in general is very interesting if you're curious about how thing works, or just the nature of reality, time and stuffs.

  • Kushal

    Kushal

    10 أشهر قبل

    @Kurt N it's a british thing

  • Dot Peat
    Dot Peat2 أشهر قبل

    I really enjoyed your documentary. Being old, I needed refreshments in my knowledge. I am more between the 2nd & 3rd force; as an earthling I want to make/use energy more efficient, exploiting free movement/magnetism to support my own humble needs... I use the stars for my fantasies, but sparks to move my mortal body. Thank you for your upload

  • Ovi Wan Kenobi
    Ovi Wan Kenobi2 أشهر قبل

    I love listening to your talks. You and Neil are by far my favourite celebrities :), in line with Elon, who I think is a hard and smart worker, and I appreciate what he does for everyone, but in a different way. Learning about science growing up enabled me to learn amazing things and discover a higher capacity. I found my reason.. to use science to make a difference. I kept getting pointed towards literature and arts, which I suck at, but eventually found my way. Now I've done things that changed and improved things worldwide in 3 industries so far, a few more where I just made products/services. I became a systems and computing engineer specialized in mechatronics, and also large engineering projects protect manager, and worked in almost every engineering discipline. I still have so much left to learn and do, and physics is still my favourite. :)

  • Dream Dealer’s Philosophy
    Dream Dealer’s Philosophyأشهر قبل

    Felt normal again for the whole show. I cant thank you enough for expanding my mind while having fun making sense out of chaos

  • hellasleeper
    hellasleeper8 أشهر قبل

    I didn’t realize this was made in 2012 until he got to the part about the Higgs Boson. Also, I think I should go back to school to become a theoretical physicist. Michio Kaku is iconic, and I believe his work in the field will be remembered as long as mankind is around.

  • LOL POST
    LOL POSTسنوات قبل

    I dropped out of physics cause my teacher couldn't explain things well. But Dr. Kaku has made me wanna start again. Breathtaking video!

  • Mattdiu

    Mattdiu

    2 أشهر قبل

    You’re just not good in studying, effort is needed in achieving anything

  • study

    study

    3 أشهر قبل

    @86 GT11 sed👁️👄👁️

  • Marlen Ramirez

    Marlen Ramirez

    3 أشهر قبل

    Dr. Kaku...Love you advise at the end. This is what makes you a great professor!

  • Leo Carbaugh

    Leo Carbaugh

    4 أشهر قبل

    @A H As much as I wish the world was nothing but rainbows and sunshine, I have to say, you're pretty much right. This shit isn't easy, it's like a foreign language but waay more foreign. If I could think of the one thing most master physicists have in common is, it would probably be extreme interest and determination, and nobody can give that to you.

  • Robby D Durham

    Robby D Durham

    5 أشهر قبل

    The fist rule of higher education is that you have to learn it on your own. The lectures won't get you a passing grade like in high school. You need to learn to learn on your own, fast.

  • Muhumuza Richard
    Muhumuza Richardأشهر قبل

    I can't get enough of this class!👌

  • Sarika Ghimire
    Sarika Ghimire6 أشهر قبل

    This was the first video that made me interested truly into science and technology❤️

  • Don Baisa
    Don Baisaأشهر قبل

    Dr Kaku, thank you for your informative information on physics and how it describes the laws of science that apply to our universe. You explain yourself very well even to a layman such as myself and give me a greater understanding for the field of physics and science. I am a creationist and I believe that a supreme being, call him God, the universe or what have you is responsible for the creation of our solar system, the universe and mankind. The one thing that I miss from your dissertation is that you give no credit to a creator for giving you the capabilities and the mind to attempt to figure out the universe scientifically. Every breath we take and every thought we have for enhancing ourselves intellectually, spiritually and through science is a gift from God. Even the Great Albert Einstein believed in such a creator. I feel all great minds are humbled by the task of trying to come up with answers to Creation and man's existence among the planets and stars. That is the one thing I find lacking in your explanation of physics. But thank you just the same for the information you gave and I believe all that you have found in your studies is just a gift from God. Respectfully yours, Don.

  • Ilya S. Dmitrenko
    Ilya S. Dmitrenko9 أشهر قبل

    Thank you, Dr. Michio Kaku. That was a great lecture. Очень обаятельный дядька который умеет увлечь темой.

  • Riley Young
    Riley Young6 سنوات قبل

    I am so happy that intelligent people like Michio will give their time to explain complicated subjects in a way that everyone can understand.

  • ded Burton
    ded Burton5 أشهر قبل

    watching this video, learning about the 4 fundamental forces of the universe, makes me feel like I, am a Master Of The Universe! Or y'know, 40 minutes smarter. Thanks Michio!

  • More A
    More A8 أشهر قبل

    Excelent, thanks for the brilliant and simple explanation for such a complex topic. Thanks

  • Jennifer VM
    Jennifer VM6 أشهر قبل

    Thanks Dr. Kaku. I was an engineering student but had a hard time understanding Physics.

  • Adam
    Adam6 أشهر قبل

    I knew kaku several years ago , and his easy introduction really stimulates me to learn more physics.

  • ThEUnicorN's Style
    ThEUnicorN's Style6 أشهر قبل

    The entire video gives me the same vibe as when I was studying relativity theory in the first year of my engineering degree.

  • DeepsEmo
    DeepsEmo9 أشهر قبل

    I am not even a science student but Michiko Kaku made everything so easy to comprehend. Respect!

  • J W
    J W2 أشهر قبل

    I loved watching his show “visions of the future” as a kid. Such an interesting scientist.

  • Mandisi
    Mandisi5 أشهر قبل

    Effortlessly good, What a great presentation from a a great Scientist 😊

  • Patrick O'Brien
    Patrick O'Brien3 سنوات قبل

    Whenever you think you're hot shit just remember, this guy built a particle accelerator, smashed atoms, and made antimatter in his mom's garage when he was still in high school.

  • billyblackburn87

    billyblackburn87

    6 أشهر قبل

    He didn't. He just makes up mathematical models

  • Matt 958

    Matt 958

    10 أشهر قبل

    Well you can be hot shit at what you do. I'll never be this guy but then it goes the other way around too. This guy will never be me. Everyone is unique and special and can do awesome things.

  • Frenzwilliam Uyguangco

    Frenzwilliam Uyguangco

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    @LABRO RUIZ SKIN, ACUPUNCTURE, DETOX & SPINE CLINIC you could see the moon in day, i see the moon sometimes at day but not as bright and clear at night.

  • DntWachMeWachTV

    DntWachMeWachTV

    سنوات قبل

    Such a flex

  • mark jaycox

    mark jaycox

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    @LABRO RUIZ SKIN, ACUPUNCTURE, DETOX & SPINE CLINIC Was Nikola Tesla? THE GOVT PUT HIS CHIP INTO ME, then sent me into TIME @ Montauk January 1958.

  • MelarryO
    MelarryO9 أشهر قبل

    I met him in the Chicago airport. Only spoke for a minute but WOW. What a personality.

  • irene hynes
    irene hynes4 أشهر قبل

    This was fascinating. Thank you for your wonderful explanations!

  • Evan McFab
    Evan McFabأشهر قبل

    It really is a pleasure to hear him talk about the history of physics; even a hundred times over. You can hear his passion for physics through his words and his expression of said words.

  • Jimmy Carolina
    Jimmy Carolina8 أشهر قبل

    Thank you to the Nth degree. I’ve wanted to learn Physics from the ground up, for so many years. I’m gonna go for it, now that I have your convenient, accessible videos. God bless you Sir…

  • fourPOdimethylT
    fourPOdimethylT8 سنوات قبل

    This man is fantastic: not because of his thorough understanding or passion for physics, but because of his self-proclaimed duty to get it out there to the public in an entertaining and understandable way. One of the best popularizers of such a complex field, and I think we all take for granted how important that role really is.

  • andrew tungsk

    andrew tungsk

    3 سنوات قبل

    I think he will be remember more for his fervour in making his passion for physics easily understood .

  • Grim Reaper

    Grim Reaper

    8 سنوات قبل

    I wish i had him as my professor in school

  • Fight Guy
    Fight Guy6 أشهر قبل

    Seriously, this inspires me to study physics again from the start and try to make my own theory of everything.. It might take me a LOT of time though..

  • Paulo García
    Paulo García8 أشهر قبل

    I didn't know this guy was the mind behind string theory. I looked him up a bit and almost immediately after reading he was a content advisor for Curiosity Stream, I subscribed. None of the adds convinced me, but his brilliance did. We are in a time when all you need to listen to the people advancing the most complex scientific topics, is an internet connection.

  • Jose Meneses Montano
    Jose Meneses Montano6 أشهر قبل

    I wish I could meet him . He’s low key a role model I strive to be

  • Henry McCarty
    Henry McCartyأشهر قبل

    Thank you, Dr. I am filled with joy and wonder at your work, though I must work hard to grasp it. What will physicists discover when they reach the instant of creation? Not the big "bang" but rather, the first sigh of love.

  • Jeff Smith
    Jeff Smithسنوات قبل

    I always enjoy watching Michio Kaku's science videos. It's not that he's brilliant--there are a lot of brilliant scientists--it's that he has a gift, as Carl Sagan did, to explain it all so that the ordinary man or woman can understand it. Thank you, doctor!

  • Geezer 1962

    Geezer 1962

    10 أشهر قبل

    @Rw Dupuy aw man, I loved Carl! He really first turned me on to the bigger concepts. Now I enjoy Neil Degrassi Tyson!

  • Rw Dupuy

    Rw Dupuy

    سنوات قبل

    Did not like sagan

  • Wendy Watson
    Wendy Watson8 أشهر قبل

    Mesmerizing presentation!! My brain hurts though (trying to understand 😂)

  • Callum
    Callum8 أشهر قبل

    Incredible man, amazing graphics, overall a spectacular lecture - all for free. Thank you!

  • Fareed Khan
    Fareed Khan3 أشهر قبل

    I’m a doctor but I love to study about physics and astronomy. I really liked this video of Dr.Kaku. Same as documentaries of Jim Al-Khalili.

  • Denny Robles Cook
    Denny Robles Cookأشهر قبل

    We didn’t “evolve” out of Africa, and it didn’t happen 100,000 years ago either. Besides the dogmatic scientific bias, this was a great video. I do have to say of all scientist Mikau Kaku is definitely one of the least biased. By far…

  • Jaron Waters

    Jaron Waters

    24 أيام قبل

    So what did happen? And what evidence do you have to support said claims?

  • Liway

    Liway

    أشهر قبل

    agree

  • Mark Cianciolo
    Mark Cianciolo3 سنوات قبل

    Kaku's presentation is the best I've seen, and I've watched many physicists. He explains things neatly and clearly. Flawlessly. He must be fantastic in the classroom. One of those rare profs you sit back and take it all in effortlessly. Think about how much he has packed into 42 minutes. To him I say, Thank you. And do one on Quantum Mechanics for us.

  • Speech Data

    Speech Data

    2 سنوات قبل

    @Aaron Tribbett Brian Cox? Or did you mean Brian Green?

  • hektik

    hektik

    2 سنوات قبل

    No. He is an astrophysicist. He is not an digital logic engineer, or a computer science expert. His expertise lies with the stars and the universe. If anything he should be thanking the electrical engineers and computer scientists, because without them he would not have a career.

  • unknown nepali

    unknown nepali

    3 سنوات قبل

    I hope he could teach me🙄

  • Aaron Tribbett

    Aaron Tribbett

    3 سنوات قبل

    He does a good job but he is more of an idealist and I don't always agree with his opinions. Brian Cox is the best IMO.

  • Duncan Campbell
    Duncan Campbell6 أشهر قبل

    Utter and complete brilliance!!! Thank you, Michio!!!

  • Kilroy Jenkins
    Kilroy Jenkins2 أشهر قبل

    I platonically love Michio Kaku more than I know. He sparked my childhood interest in the sciences. And even now, he's able to have me listen to/watch this video with my full attention while at work.

  • Mathew Joseph

    Mathew Joseph

    25 أيام قبل

    🏠

  • AQI Audits
    AQI Audits2 أشهر قبل

    There is my fellow Grunt. I honestly can't Remember the last time I spoke about anything as passionately as Dr. Kaku speaks on physics. When you hear old adage; "If you love what you do for work you'll never work a day in your life" this man, he lives it

  • kiyani48
    kiyani488 أشهر قبل

    Dr kaku i really appreciate and say to you a big big thanks for bringing the String theory for human being .you are a living legend among other legends. God keep you healthy and happy for ever.

  • Robert Weekes
    Robert Weekesسنوات قبل

    Damn. It’s easy to forget Isaac Newton invented *calculus* as well as the basic equations of gravity. _He needs a movie!!_ 🎥

  • Leigh Jordine

    Leigh Jordine

    أشهر قبل

    Yeah newton was such a genius that he watched an apple fall from a tree and boom there you have it gravity proven. No more questions needed gravity is real.

  • littlethuggie

    littlethuggie

    3 أشهر قبل

    @Andrea Yaltur everyone stands on someone else.... Newton got more accomplished in like 5 years than all the civilizations you mentioned. Get over it.

  • Andrea Yaltur

    Andrea Yaltur

    3 أشهر قبل

    @littlethuggie literally salt of the earth from all the olives & hummus. honestly ur right newton did a lot, i just have a lil problem w our current concept of gravity. i'm sure during our lifetime it will be revised to something with a more quantum & less newtonian explanation. even hawking talks about applying euclidian mathematics to modern equations. nothing wrong or negative about acknowledging the ancestors. when you listen to michio kaku talk about harmonizing of strings, it almost sounds like pythagoras. check out the ancient wisdom, it's true we stand on the shoulders of giants

  • littlethuggie

    littlethuggie

    3 أشهر قبل

    @Andrea Yaltur salty

  • Andrea Yaltur

    Andrea Yaltur

    3 أشهر قبل

    @SoundsLikeNobody Islamic science & mathematics certainly probed calculus before Newton.. however it was our ancestors BEFORE Islam who paved the path for Muslim physics. we were still pagans when the Egyptians of KMT & Archimedes established a foundation for calculus. i am middle eastern & agree that Islamic science came before Newton, but it did not come before Nubia, Egypt, or Greece.

  • Cutter Max
    Cutter Max2 أشهر قبل

    Phenomenal lecture. Thank you Dr. Kaku

  • Garry mae Mahinay
    Garry mae Mahinay8 أشهر قبل

    i admire your knowledge :) thanks for the ideas . same logic i am asking . my thesis ( case study ) before i graduate was a robot that can pick up any items . i wss just being 4th year high school that time ..

  • Marilyn
    Marilyn3 أشهر قبل

    This lesson was extremely informative although a little late to the party. Nuclear energy come from the creators eyeballs.

  • Brent Barker
    Brent Barker8 أشهر قبل

    Best teacher ever - full respect to this presentation

  • Gabriel Negrão de Morais
    Gabriel Negrão de Morais2 سنوات قبل

    I have watched this so many times. I don't know exactly why, but every time I watch it again, I feel deeply inspired and motivated to keep up studying hard.

  • Mike Sten

    Mike Sten

    2 سنوات قبل

    cool !!

  • Ranjit Shah

    Ranjit Shah

    2 سنوات قبل

    Ben jamin ..if you questioned about something ..it would take just a minute..but if you willing to find answers it might take your whole life brother..

  • Ranjit Shah

    Ranjit Shah

    2 سنوات قبل

    Ben jamin ...when I was 13 years old , I was always wondering to about to know about everything...in deep ..I have thousands of questions about life , universe, planet, galaxy..I’m trying to find people or scientists that might be they have same questions spinning in their head..

  • Ranjit Shah

    Ranjit Shah

    2 سنوات قبل

    Ben jamin ...I never talk with anyone about deep conversation of universe and life beyond survival..but I would like to say something about very deep that you can’t explore just in minute or in hour..because every deep thought takes lot of time..I have been doing this thought experiment for over 1 and half year..and I got a very refined conclusion about how we came to this entire galaxy into our blue planet according to basics and laws..I don’t know , can you imagine what happened before bing bang..the entire universe is happening thier own laws of physics in a sense..we just know 5 % of this whole cosmos..we doesn’t know anything..we are still trying to find how this entire universe works..

  • Sueng Kei Lau

    Sueng Kei Lau

    2 سنوات قبل

    you will one day achieve your goal, solve the billions-year-old wonder, and be a new inspiration to others! wherever you are, I hope you are fine and stay strong! best wishes!

  • deblobvis
    deblobvis8 أشهر قبل

    This guy is one of the reasons i am gonna work in physics

  • Ravindu Werahera
    Ravindu Werahera2 أشهر قبل

    One of the best Explanations on the subject matter ❤️

  • kalki 14
    kalki 143 أشهر قبل

    I really enjoyed this project of yours.Please keep up this good work.

  • Astalthæon
    Astalthæon7 أشهر قبل

    @4:08 - I actually have a bit of perspective on what he's saying here. My great-aunt (grandmother's sister) was born in 1901, and died in 2005. She basically lived through 90% of human technological innovation. She was born to a world of dirt roads and horseback, and died in a world where you could take a plane across the world, make a phone call from anywhere (cellphones), and access literally billions of pages of information at the push of a few keys on a keyboard. When she was in her 20's her and her husband owned a pretty large hotel (3 floors, 30 rooms, mainly for men who worked in logging camps, could sleep up to 100 people if necessary). Anyway, in the early years of them owning this place they literally had a girl working there who spent 20+ hours a week just going around cleaning and refilling all the lamps... So my great-aunt went from a world where paying for that was a thing, to one where you could literally install a thing that let you turn on lights just by clapping your hands.....

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