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Michio Kaku explains string theory.

Is there any way that String Theory could be tested and scientifically
validated to the same degree as Newtonian physics and Einstein's theory
of relativity? By the same token, what would it take to invalidate
String Theory? What criticisms of String Theory might bear out? Could a
functional time machine prove or disprove elements of the theory that
we can't currently observe?

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Added: Sep-7-2012 
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  • Misleading title, he didn't explain string theory at all.

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  • Knowledge, just for knowledge itself ?
    When will this 'big freeze' become a problem then ?

    Anyway : tonight, I will perform some research on my wife. It's for another string theory. The g-string theory.

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  • I'm in my own universe and all of you are just visitors. I'm the king here so FUCK YOU ALL.



    MMuuuuhahahahahahahahahaha.

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  • were just not smart enough...
    Hopefully one day, we can built that time machine

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    • @luisxbeltran

      I think a man made version will happen on a limited small scale. If you can truly bend light, then you bend time, thus a worm hole is possible.

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  • String theory in my opinion, is what happens when you shoot silly string up the fuckers ass, how much of it will be needed to get the big bang?

    X - Y x Z/(5x9289) x (-345x4093) over the square root of the depth of his anus

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  • Michio, Hi I'm Earth have we met?

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  • nerd porn

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  • If we ever manage to create a time machine, we would already have visited ourselves. And we have not.
    We can never travel faster than light.
    Our own universe is so large, that it practically has no end.
    Where should one look for such a wormhole, and how should we get there.
    Pioneer 1 was launched in 1977 and has been traveling for 35 years.
    With a speed of 13 km / s and a covered distance of 18 billion km, it has still only covered 0,002 light years!
    With that speed, it will take another 260,00 More..

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  • Ive always like d this guy but I think he just fell off his rocker.

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  • Cosmology and astrophysics have always fascinated me. Between Michio Kaku and Neil DeGrass Tyson, we almost have a whole Carl Sagan. This guy is fun to watch.

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  • I love this guy

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  • Is his last name really Kaku?

    Love physics.

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  • A string is like a river.

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    • @DirtyUncleBerty I happen to believe that Einstien was only correct as to the speed of light as it applies to this solar system and this type of star we call the sun--I happen to think the speed of light is variable, and my hypothesis is true if black holes exist, as light cannot escape a black hole, then the speed of light is zero on the outside of a black hole, yet the light flowing into the black hole would have to be accelerated to at least double the speed. Make sense?

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  • This would be easier to comprehend with the help of a "Thinking Bong".

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