Physics of the Impossible: A Scientific Exploration Into the World of Phasers, Force Fields, Teleportation, and Time Travel - Part III: Chapters 14-15; Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Michio Kaku
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Part III: Chapters 14-15; Epilogue Summary and Analysis

The world has long dreamed of creating a perpetual motion machine, one that can create an unlimited amount of energy. Kaku discusses the history as it is viewed through energy and the search for a perpetual motion machine including hoaxes and frauds that have been perpetuated by various people claiming to be scientists but were in fact charlatans.

Entropy is discussed including the work of Ludwig Boltzmann as it applies to Newtonian Theory.

If energy requires energy, is it possible to extract energy from nothing, or from a vacuum?

In Chapter 15, Kaku explores precognition. He writes, "Is there such a thing as precognition, or seeing the future? This ancient concept is present in every religion, going back to the oracles of the Greeks and Romans and to the prophets of the Old Testament...

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