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1997-09-24 – Art Bell SIT – Michio Kaku – Physics & the Internet

1997-09-24 – Art Bell SIT – Michio Kaku – Physics & the Internet

 

  Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to September 24, 1997  when physicist Michio Kaku told Art that one day we will just ask the internet questions and it will answer us. It looks like Kaku was able to see the future.

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1997-08-22 – Art Bell SIT –  Michio Kaku – Theoretical Physics

1997-08-22 – Art Bell SIT – Michio Kaku – Theoretical Physics

 

   Art Bell – Somewhere in Time returns to Aug. 8, 1997 when Prof. Michio Kaku joined Art for the first time to speculate on how our Type Zero civilization might reach Type One status. Full 5 hour show.

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1998-12-15 – Art Bell SIT – Michio Kaku – Advanced ET Civilizations

1998-12-15 – Art Bell SIT – Michio Kaku – Advanced ET Civilizations

 

  Art Bell – Somewhere in Time returns to 3/25/1999, when professor of theoretical physics Michio Kaku talked about the difference between a Type zero  civilization (us) and far more advanced ET civilizations. This show is from Mar. 25, 1999 but  was actually a rebroadcast of the show from Dec. 15, 1998.  In the first hour […]

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2001-02-06 – Art Bell SIT – Michio Kaku – Future Technology

2001-02-06 – Art Bell SIT – Michio Kaku – Future Technology

 

  Art Bell – Somewhere in Time returns to 2/6/2001 when theoretical physicist Michio Kaku spoke about the future of technology, and how computers will eventually be the size of dust particles.

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2003-12-15 – Art Bell SIT – Michio Kaku – Nuclear Accidents

2003-12-15 – Art Bell SIT – Michio Kaku – Nuclear Accidents

 

 Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku joined Art Bell in a conversation about the dark side of nuclear energy. Kaku detailed various little-known nuclear mishaps from earlier decades, such as a Soviet incident that happened in the Ural Mountains in the 1950’s, which he called “the mother-of-all nuclear accidents before Chernobyl.” The reactor was actually in flames […]

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