Dr. Michio Kaku refutes Stephen Hawking’s idea that there was ‘no time’ before the big bang for God to create the universe
Dr. Michio Kaku refutes Stephen Hawking’s idea that there was ‘no time’ before the big bang for God to create the universe and reconciles theological differences between Buddhism and Presbyterian Christianity. Google Zeitgeist is a collection of talks by people who are changing the world. Hear entrepreneurs, CEOs, storytellers, scientists, and dreamers share their visions of how we can shape tomorrow. Dr. Michio Kaku is one of the most widely recognized figures in science in the world today. He is an internationally recognized authority in two key areas. The first is Einstein’s unified field theory, which Dr. Kaku is attempting to complete. The other is to predict trends affecting business, medicine, finance, and our way of life, based on the latest research in science. He has written four New York Times Bestsellers: The Future of Humanity, The Future of The Mind, Physics of The Future, and Physics of The Impossible. All achieved top spots on the New York Times, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble bestsellers Lists, and #1 hardcover, non-fiction book in the country for The Future of The Mind. Kaku has over 3 million fans on Facebook and well over half a million people follow his tweets on Twitter. Dr. Kaku holds the Henry Semat Chair in Theoretical Physics at the City Univ. of New York. He graduated from Harvard University in 1968 (summa cum laude and 1st in his physics class). He received his Ph.D. in physics from the UC Berkeley in 1972, and has been a professor at CUNY for almost 30 years; he has taught at Harvard and Princeton as well. His goal is to complete Einstein’s dream of a “theory of everything,” to derive an equation, perhaps no more than one inch long, which will summarize all the physical laws of the universe. He is the co-founder of string field theory, a major branch of string theory, which is the leading candidate today for the theory of everything. His Ph.D. level textbooks are required reading at many of the world’s leading physics laboratories.