Neil deGrasse Tyson, the internet’s favorite astrophysicist doesn’t have high hopes for Mars One – the private enterprise that plans to send people on a one way trip to Mars. Mars One, plans to create a Martian outpost with a crew to land in 2024, sending people 2 by 2; they recently announced the 100 finalists to be the first Martian astronauts.
Michio Kaku is one of the most respected researchers on the face of the planet, and he has been taking the time to answer intriguing questions from readers. This time, he addresses one of the most interesting and controversial things ever: free will; even more exactly, the link between quantum mechanics and free will. It’s only a couple of minutes,
Michio Kaku, a highly regarded physicist and one of the world’s leading authorities on string theory (essentially an attempt to discover a “theory of everything” combining all of the known physical forces) has virtually redefined what is impossible and what is not. He has studied and tried to predict the future of science and physics in particular.What he did is