Traveling at Warp Speed

If we would like to explore the universe we would need a short equation created by a scientist and sci fi fan, which could hold the key to traveling at warp speed like the Star Trek Enterprise.

Traveling at Warp Speed

Traveling at Warp Speed
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If we would like to explore the universe we would need a short equation created by a scientist and sci fi fan, which could hold the key to traveling at warp speed like the Star Trek Enterprise.

Prometheus Cast on Ridley Scott

Prometheus Cast on Ridley Scott
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Logan Marshall-Green and Michael Fassbender, of the new movie Prometheus, discuss why director Ridley Scott's attention to detail makes him a sci-fi legend. Martin Berman reports.

Finding Light Sabre Crystals

Finding Light Sabre Crystals
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Is it possible to build a light sabre just like those found in Star Wars? The key may be found inside of a crystal.

Backyard Black Hole

Backyard Black Hole
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There are lots of good reasons to be a little apprehensive about black holes. Check out Michio Kaku's plan to avoid being "spaghettified."

Permanent Solution

Permanent Solution
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Dr. Michio Kaku explains his solution to a possible asteroid threat headed towards Earth.

Cloud City

Cloud City
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Just like the famed city in Star Wars, out future on another planet might just rest in the clouds.

Green House Mars

Green House Mars
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Global warming might be the last thing we want more of on Earth, but on Mars it might just be the key to life itself.

Asteroid To Mars

Asteroid To Mars
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The key to the continuing future of the human race might just be the very sort of destruction that we fear here on earth.

Dr. Kaku Bloopers

Dr. Kaku Bloopers
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Even Michio isn't perfect. Enjoy this brilliant bloopers reel, courtesy of Dr. Kaku!

Burrito Wrap For Mars

Burrito Wrap For Mars
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Just like the foil wrapping on a burrito, the secret to terra forming Mars mighty just be the same sort of foil that keeps your burrito warm.

Rock and Ice

Rock and Ice
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Dr. Michio Kaku builds a homemade comet out of everyday materials.

Judo: Earths Last Hope

Judo: Earths Last Hope
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Are you convinced of an imminent alien invasion? Have no fear, Michio knows judo! Hee-yah!

Brainstorming

Brainstorming
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Dr. Michio Kaku has a general idea of how to stop an asteroid that is headed towards Earth, but to be safe, seeks a second opinion.

Strangely Friended

Strangely Friended
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When you are one of the most brilliant minds in the world like Dr. Michio Kaku, you tend to hang with an interesting crowd. See what some of Michio's fans have to say about science.

Finding A Star

Finding A Star
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The hunt is on for a star, similar to Earth's Sun, that would be warm enough to foster human life.

Strange New World

Strange New World
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47 Ursa majoris, a sun-like star in The Big Dipper, shows compelling evidence for existence of an orbiting planet.

An Emailable You

An Emailable You
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How do you safely transport people across the galaxy? What if we could email...people?

Approach Light Speed

Approach Light Speed
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How would we be able to travel fast enough to get across the galaxy? Use Jupiter to propel us, of course!

Frozen In Time

Frozen In Time
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Michio Kaku looks for a way to travel long distances through time and space, without using suspended animation.

How To Build A Planet

How To Build A Planet
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Michio Kaku explains how he would build a sustainable planet around another star in our galaxy.

Mimicking Gravity

Mimicking Gravity
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To create artificial gravity, Michio Kaku employs the principles of centrifugal force.

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