The theory of hyperspace, which Michio Kaku pioneered, may be the leading candidate for the Theory of Everything that Einstein spent the remaining years of. Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and Michio Kaku, Author, Robert O'Keefe, Illustrator Oxford University Press, USA. Any carp scientist daring to talk about “hyperspace”, i.e. the third dimension “above” the pond, would immediately be labelled a crank. I wondered what would.


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The carp would babble on about unbelievable new laws of physics: Beings who could breathe without gills.

Beings who could emit sounds without bubbles. One day it rained, and I saw the rain drops forming gentle ripples on kaku michio hyperspace surface of the pond. The carp could see rippling shadows on the surface of the pond. The third dimension would be invisible to them, but vibrations in the third dimensions would be clearly visible.


Today, many physicists believe that we are the carp swimming in our tiny pond, blissfully unaware of invisible, unseen uni- verses hovering just above us in hyperspace.

We spend our life in three spatial dimensions, confident that what we can see with our telescopes is all kaku michio hyperspace is, ignorant of the possibility of 10 dimensional hyperspace.

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We call these ripples gravity and light. The theory of hyperspace, kaku michio hyperspace, languished for many decades for lack of any physical proof or application.

But the theory, once considered the province of eccentrics and mystics, is being revived for a simple reason: He wanted a theory that could explain the four fundamental kaku michio hyperspace that govern the universe: It was supposed to be the crowning achievement of the last 2, years of science, ever since the Greeks asked what the world was made of.

He was searching for an equation, perhaps no more than one-inch long, that could be placed on a T-shirt, but was so powerful it could explain every- thing from the Big Bang, exploding stars, to atoms and molecules, to the lilies of the field.

He wanted to read the mind of God.


Ultimately, Einstein failed in his mission. For the past decade, there has been furious research on merging the four fundamental forces into a single theory, especially one that can meld general relativity which kaku michio hyperspace gravity with the quantum theory which can explain the two nuclear forces and electro- magnetism.

The problem kaku michio hyperspace that relativity and the quantum theory are precise opposites. General relativity is a theory of the very large: It is based on bending the beautiful four dimensional fabric of space and time. The quantum theory, by contrast, is a theory of the very small, i.

It is based on discrete, tiny packets of energy called quanta.

Hyperspace and a Theory of Everything

Over the past 50 years, many attempts have been tried to unite these polar opposites, kaku michio hyperspace have failed. The road to the Unified Field Theory, the Theory of Everything, is littered with the corpses of failed attempts. The key to the puzzle may be hyperspace.

InTheodr Kaluza wrote that ripples of the kaku michio hyperspace dimension could be viewed as light. Like the fish seeing the ripples in hyperspace moving in their world, many physicists believe that light is created by ripples in five-dimensional space-time.

Hyperspace and a Theory of Everything : Official Website of Dr. Michio Kaku

But what about dimensions higher than 5? In principle, if we add more and more dimensions, kaku michio hyperspace can ripple and bend them in different ways, thereby creating more forces.


In 10 dimensions, in fact, we can accomodate all four fundamental forces! Kaku alternates through two styles -- talking to the kaku michio hyperspace like they're completely stupid and then talking to them like they've taken a college physics class.

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