Imagine a world ruled by artificial intelligence where humans have been wiped out. This is no sci-fi fantasy. We're fast approaching the moment when machines will be smarter than we are! We need a plan to stay on top and Dr. Michio Kaku is on the case. He's recruited help from some of America's top experts. Technology guru Marshall Brain thinks we may be only 40 years away from what scientists call 'The Singularity'. Michio considers AI researcher Ben Goertzel's proposal for a nanny artificial intelligence that will keep track of any rogue machine with a grudge against humanity. It's certainly one solution — but Michio's final design is even more audacious...
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Sci-Fi Science - Physics of The Impossible Deep Impact (2010) HDTV XviD-MVGroup Language: English | 00:21:32 | 624x352 | XviD - 988Kbps | 29.970fps | MP3 - 129Kbps | 174MB Genre: Documentary
Dr. Michio Kaku is on a mission to save planet Earth. Nearly 90 percent of the rocks in space are big enough to destroy our civilization. And it's not a question of if they'll hit our planet, but when. He shows what would happen if we really did use nuclear weapons to blow up an incoming asteroid and comes up with a safer, rocket-powered solution. Kaku meets up with Harvard's Professor Brian Marsden, who explains how a massive comet could smash into Earth without warning. To deal with the multiple threats, Kaku takes a lead from Star Wars and designs a system of laser-equipped Death Stars to zap the space rocks before they hit us.
Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (June 1994) | ISBN: 9810211171 | Pages: 300 | PDF | 26.66 MB
The creation of the hollow carbon buckminsterfullerene molecule as well as methods to produce and purify bulk quantities of it has triggered an explosive growth of research in the field. Superconducting and magnetic fullerides, atoms trapped inside the fullerene cage, chemically bonded fullerene complexes, and nanometer-scale helical carbon tubes are some of the leading areas that have generated much excitement. This book is intended as a guide to the literature for the scientist who is just entering fullerene research, and should be one more valuable volume to the collection for the established worker. It contains reprints of some 60 most important research papers, with focus especially on those papers that have guided further work in the field. There is also a short review of the field with references to many other publications.
SciFi Science Physics of the Impossible: How to Build a Force Field (2010) English | HDTVRip | 00:22:00 | 720x400 | XviD 1995Kbps | 29.970fps | MP3 128Kbps | 336MB
Sci Fi Science: Physics of the Impossible (also called Science of the Impossible) is an American documentary television series on the Science Channel which first aired in the United States on December 1, 2009. The series is hosted by theoretical physicist Michio Kaku and is based on his book Physics of the Impossible. In each episode, Dr. Kaku addresses an technological concept from science fiction and designs his own theoretical version of the technology using currentlyknown science. He also visits scientists developing technology related to the episodes concept.