If appearance and essence were the same thing, there would be no need for science. - Michio Kaku
As science grows, physicists get closer to understanding the deepest mysteries of matter and energy, space and time. Once these modern-day "natural philosophers" can successfully combine theories of relativity and quantum mechanics, all known forces in the universe may be described by a single equation. Physicist Michio Kaku describes this epic journey of uniting fundamental theories in his new book The God Equation: The Quest for a Theory of Everything.
Michio Kaku is Professor of Physics at The City College of New York and CUNY Graduate Center. He shares physics insights with film, TV, radio, and online audiences, and he has written more than 70 technical articles and ten popular books. This Commonwealth Club presentation will feature Dr. Kaku in conversation with Kara Platoni, Science Editor at Wired.com.
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