The God Equation - Deepstash
The God Equation

Talha Mumtaz's Key Ideas from The God Equation
by Michio Kaku

Ideas, facts & insights covering these topics:

6 ideas

·

544 reads

4

Explore the World's Best Ideas

Join today and uncover 100+ curated journeys from 50+ topics. Unlock access to our mobile app with extensive features.

Who Is Michio Kaku?

Who Is Michio Kaku?

Michio Kaku is a physicist, best selling author and science populariser. He has written many papers on quantum physics and is a firm beliver of the string theory.

3

118 reads

The Possibility of a "Theory of Everything"

The Possibility of a "Theory of Everything"

From Democritus believing that everything was made of basic building blocks (which he called Atoms" to Pythagoras beliving that the world was made of waves, the field of physics has long been researched and comptemplated. . Each physicist has contributed towards shaping and reshaping physics. However, the revolution of physics was achieved by unification. First unification was achieved after Newton's work leading to unifying gravity and astronomy. Second by unifying electricity, magnestism and light. Third might revolve around unifying particle phsyics and Einstein's theories of gravity.

6

98 reads

MICHIO KAKU

They key to understanding the universe is unification.

MICHIO KAKU

4

105 reads

String Theory May Be The Closest To A "Theory Of Everything"

String Theory May Be The Closest To A "Theory Of Everything"

String theory suggests that the sub-atomic particles do not exist in points of space but are instead strings vibrating at different frequencies. The difference between different particles is that they may be vibrating on different frequencies. The theory proposes that one way these strings may be vibrating at different frequencies is due to sub-atomic particles called "Gravitons" where a Graviton mediates the gravitational force of interaction. String theory unifies Einstein's theory of gravity and particle physic, however, there is one problem, "String theory is purely theoretical..."

5

82 reads

3-Dimension Vs 11-Dimension

3-Dimension Vs 11-Dimension

String theory suggests intriguing things about the nature of our universe. It suggests multi-verse. According to the string theory, when one component of universe change, it splits into multiplr versions with other options happening in the parallel universes. String theory also suggests that there may be 10 or 11 dimensions. However, as human mind cannot understand beyond the 4th dimension, the remaining dimensions are understood only through mathematics.

4

69 reads

Theory Of Everything May Not Revolutionize Your Daily Life

Theory Of Everything May Not Revolutionize Your Daily Life

A theory of everything will surely give more sense to questions about the universe, the creation and how certain aspects of it works such as black holes, but it wouldn't revolutionize any technology per say. It will more like understanding a philosophy book compared to an expert textbook that may help you with your job or business. However, if you have always contemplated philosophical questions about the universe, black holes and other parts of the cosmos, the String Theory might help you when it becomes widely accepted

4

72 reads

IDEAS CURATED BY

talhamumtaz

Full time reader (and part-time Growth Consultant) trying to make the sense of the world by learning from the experiences of intellectuals around me and before me.

CURATOR'S NOTE

Do you believe in multi-verse? Well Michio Kaku's favorite theory of string suggests that Multi-verse may exist. Read on to learn more about it.

Discover Key Ideas from Books on Similar Topics

A Brief History of Time

8 ideas

Cosmic Queries

9 ideas

Cosmic Queries

Neil deGrasse Tyson, James Trefil

Read & Learn

20x Faster

without
deepstash

with
deepstash

with

deepstash

Personalized microlearning

100+ Learning Journeys

Access to 200,000+ ideas

Access to the mobile app

Unlimited idea saving

Unlimited history

Unlimited listening to ideas

Downloading & offline access

Supercharge your mind with one idea per day

Enter your email and spend 1 minute every day to learn something new.

Email

I agree to receive email updates