Using Technology to Read our Minds
Powerful Techniques to look deep into the Minds of People

Mind Reading
Using Technology to Read our Minds

Michio Kaku interview with FOX News about the technological aspects of Mind Reading. A team of world leading neuroscientists have developed a powerful technique to look deep into the minds of people and to actually register their brain patterns with technology to determine what they are thinking as well as what actions they are going to do before actually doing them.

Michio Kaku (born January 24th, 1947) is an American theoretical physicist specializing in string field theory, and a futurist. He is a popularizer of science, host of two radio programs and a best-selling author.

Kaku currently holds the Henry Semat Chair and Professorship in theoretical physics and a joint appointment at City College of New York, and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, where he has lectured for more than 30 years.

Presently, he is engaged in defining the "Theory of Everything", which seeks to unify the four fundamental forces of the universe: the strong force, the weak force, gravity and electromagnetism.

Kaku is popular in mainstream media because of his knowledge and his accessible approach to presenting complex subjects in science.

While his technical writings are confined to theoretical physics, his public speaking and media appearances cover a broad range of topics, from the Kardashev scale to more esoteric subjects such as wormholes and time travel.

He was a visiting professor at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, and New York University. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society.

He is listed in Who's Who in Science and Engineering, and American Men and Women of Science.He has published research articles on string theory from 1969 to 2000.

In 1974, along with Prof. K. Kikkawa, he wrote the first paper on string field theory, now a major branch of string theory, which summarizes each of the five string theories into a single equation.

In addition to his work on string field theory, he also authored some of the first papers on multi-loop amplitudes in string theory, the first paper on the divergences of these multi-loop amplitudes, the first paper on supersymmetry breaking at high temperatures in the early universe, the first paper on super-conformal gravity, and also some of the first papers on the non-polynomial closed string field theory.

Michio Kaku on Mind Reading and Physics

What if the laws of science allowed you to read minds?

Impossible? Not quite.

Michio Kaku speaks about his new book "Physics of the Impossible."

Many of the ideas he first explored have since blossomed into active areas of string research. His most recent research publication, on bosonic quantum membranes, was published in Physical Review in 2000.

Kaku is the author of several doctoral textbooks on string theory and quantum field theory and has published 170 articles in journals covering topics such as superstring theory, supergravity, supersymmetry, and hadronic physics.

He is also author of the popular science books: Visions, Hyperspace, Einstein's Cosmos, and Parallel Worlds, and co-authored Beyond Einstein with Jennifer Thompson. Hyperspace was a best-seller and was voted one of the best science books of the year by both the New York Times and the Washington Post.

Parallel Worlds was a finalist for the Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction in the UK.His latest book, Physics of the Impossible, examines the technologies of invisibility, teleportation, precognition, star ships, antimatter engines, time travel and more—all regarded as things that are not possible today but that might be possible in the future.

In this book, he ranks these subjects according to when, if ever, these technologies might become reality. In March 2008, Physics of the Impossible entered the New York Times Best-seller list, and stayed on for five weeks.