The Western Lines

January 10, 2010

How to Travel to a Parallel Universe

Today on Discovery Enterprise we are going to travel with physicist Dr. Michio Kaku on one of the greatest Sci-Fi expeditions ever conceived and design a gateway to a parallel universe where the alternate realities of our imagination come alive and Doppelganger versions of ourselves are manifest.

MIT cosmologist Alan Guth explains his recipe for creating your own universe in the lab and physicist Neil Turok explains how a parallel universe is only an atom’s length away from us.

So join us as we take a plunge down the Cosmic Rabbit Hole into the ultimate Cosmic Wonderland.

Physics of The Impossible-Parallel Universe with Michio Kaku



  1. That was a load of rubbish even worse than the typical Michio Kaku drivel. What is negative matter? Where is he going to get it? Why does it stabilize a wormhole? Why does enormous energy burn a hole in the fabric of spacetime? How will he verify that the nanobots arrive in a parallel universe on the other side of the hole? All of these questions are never answered. So it might be terrific science fiction but the science is just terrible.

    Comment by Tom Marking — January 12, 2010 @ 2:41 am | Reply

  2. G'day,Yeah I know what you mean Tom. Anyway I do like "Fringe".taRalph

    Comment by Ralph Buttigieg — January 12, 2010 @ 6:08 am | Reply

  3. I quite agree Ralph and Thomas, Today’s fore most physicists seem to forget that physics is supposed to be an experimental science where all theories and hypotheses must be subject to rigorous empirical investigation. That’s what I always hammer home to my students everyday in the classroom anyway.

    Comment by Alex Michael Bonnici — January 12, 2010 @ 4:59 pm | Reply

  4. But, you have to admit that speculating about such Super-science technologies is loads of fun. Yet, I have to agree that these types of programs tend to distort the picture of what physics is for my students.

    Comment by Alex Michael Bonnici — January 12, 2010 @ 5:03 pm | Reply

  5. hi

    Comment by Anonymous — May 27, 2010 @ 9:38 pm | Reply

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