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[MSNBC] Physics turns from fission to future

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No one could ever accuse theoretical physicist Michio Kaku of neglecting the big picture: His scientific specialty, string field theory, tries to tie together the impossibly small and impossibly big phenomena of the universe. But he doesn't limit himself to that esoteric topic: Whether it's the debate over UFOs, or the worries about an atom-smashing doomsday, or last year's Gulf oil spill, or this month's earthquake and tsunami in Japan, you can rely on Kaku to get his scientific view across in language tailored for the talk-show crowd.
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This is a HUGE article guys, and it's well worth the read, you will get an opportunity to see deep into the future of energy, the mind of a renown physicist and much more!
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The future is Fusion.
Wait...
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Michio Kaku talks out of his ass a lot... his science is good, but I have always taken issue with his mechanical prowess... or lack thereof.
 
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The future is Fusion.
Wait...
Snubbed from AMD? lol...
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great article... i really liked this part

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And speaking of the robots taking over, I advocate two things. One, put a chip in their brains that shut them off when they get murderous thoughts. That is a fail-safe system, so they don't put us in zoos. Second, we should enhance ourselves. There's no reason why we cannot become smarter, more perfect, and maybe even live longer.
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If someone is interested, he keeps a blog here:
http://bigthink.com/blogs/dr-kakus-universe
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great article... i really liked this part

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And speaking of the robots taking over, I advocate two things. One, put a chip in their brains that shut them off when they get murderous thoughts. That is a fail-safe system, so they don't put us in zoos. Second, we should enhance ourselves. There's no reason why we cannot become smarter, more perfect, and maybe even live longer.
I didn't read the article, but if he thinks like that then he has absolutely no clue how software works.
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I didn't read the article, but if he thinks like that then he has absolutely no clue how software works.
wat

chip = hardware
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wat

chip = hardware
Wat? Hardware runs software. Having a second chip does not do anything for a fail-safe system. It is in the software, not hardware.

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I didn't read the article, but if he thinks like that then he has absolutely no clue how software works.
I agree.
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Wat? Hardware runs software. Having a second chip does not do anything for a fail-safe system. It is in the software, not hardware.
Could be something hard-wired, it doesn't have to be software based.
 
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