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Michio Kaku - Physicist









Michio Kaku - Physicist – Co-Founder of the String Theory

He was born January 24, 1947 is an American theoretical physicist, he studied at Harward & Berkely . He is a Professor of Theoretical Physics in the City College of New York of City University of New York, the co-founder of string field theory, and a "communicator" and "popularizer" of science. He has written several books about physics and related topics; he has made frequent appearances on radio, television, and film; and he writes extensive online blogs and articles. 

 - Such are the sage words of the late great Dr. Carl Sagan. Such is the axiom of The IMAGINARY FOUNDATION. And such is the life mission of physicist/futurist Dr. Michio Kaku. The big ideas and new frontiers that elevate that statement from the ramblings of mere mortals to a cosmic causeway for the enlightenment of humanity are core to our special connection with The IMAGINARY FOUNDATION.

Why Quantum Physics Ends the Free Will Debate ( 2 mins) 

Dr. Michio Kaku Says America Has A Secret Super Weapon ( 4 mins)

- Education of Scientists – Foreigners mostly….


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Leonard Susskind – Physicist





Leonard Susskind – Physicist – Co-Founder of the String Theory  

Leonard Susskind (born 1940) is the Felix Bloch Professor of Theoretical Physics at Stanford University. His research interests include string theory, quantum field theory, quantum statistical mechanics and quantum cosmology. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, an associate member of the faculty of Canada's Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, and a distinguished professor of the Korea Institute for Advanced Study.

Susskind is widely regarded as one of the fathers of string theory, having, with Yoichiro Nambu and Holger Bech Nielsen, independently introduced the idea that particles could in fact be states of excitation of a relativistic string. He was the first to introduce the idea of the string theory landscape in 2003.

In 1997, Susskind was awarded the J.J. Sakurai Prize for his "pioneering contributions to hadronic string models, lattice gauge theories, quantum chromodynamics, and dynamical symmetry breaking." Susskind's hallmark, according to colleagues, has been the application of "brilliant imagination and originality to the theoretical study of the nature of the elementary particles and forces that make up the physical world."

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Brian Cox - Physicist


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Brian Cox –  Particle Physicist

Physicist Brian Cox has two jobs: working with the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, and explaining big science to the general public. He's a professor at the University of Manchester.

Based at the University of Manchester, Brian Cox works at CERN in Geneva on the ATLAS experiment, studying the forward proton detectors for the Large Hadron Collider there. He's a professor at the University of Manchester, working in the High Energy Physics group, and is a research fellow of the Royal Society.

He's also become a vital voice in the UK media for explaining physics to the public. With his rockstar hair and accessible charm, he's the go-to physicist for explaining heady concepts on British TV and radio. (If you're in the UK, watch him on The Big Bang Machine.) He was the science advisor for the 2007 film Sunshine. He answers science questions every Friday on BBC6 radio's Breakfast Show.

"If people don’t have an understanding of what science is and what scientists do, then they can tend to think that global warming, for example, is just a matter of opinion." - Brian Cox in Seed magazine.


Professor Brian Cox – A Night with the Stars - Documentary ( 60 mins)

For one night only, Professor Brian Cox goes unplugged in a specially recorded programme from the lecture theatre of the Royal Institution of Great Britain.

Brian takes an audience of famous faces, scientists and members of the public on a journey through some of the most challenging concepts in physics.

During the lecture, Brian recruits Jim Al-Khalili, Jonathan Ross, Simon Pegg, Sarah Millican and James May  to help him in demonstrating some of the most interesting concepts in physics.


The Universe - Brian Cox Lecture ( 51 mins)


Published on Jul 1, 2012   - In this lecture, Brian Cox explains how the Universe was created. What was the Universe like in the first fractions of the first second?

How's your quantum mechanics and your understanding of the theory of relativity? It'll be slightly better after this video. - Physics made interesting and explained simply.


Wanders of the Universe - Series


Why are we here? Where do we come from? These are the most enduring of questions. And it's an essential part of human nature to want to find the answers.
We can trace our ancestry back hundreds of thousands of years to the dawn of humankind. But in reality, our story extends far, further back in time. Our story starts with the beginning of the universe. It began 13.7 billion years ago, and today, it's filled with over a hundred billion galaxies, each containing hundreds of billions of stars.

In this series, I want to tell that story, because ultimately, we are part of the universe, so its story is our story.


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 - Wanders of the Universe

 - Wonders of the Solar System- 

 - BBC's Horizon Series






Richard Feynman


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Jim Al-Khalili





Jim Al-Khalili


Jim Al-Khalili OBE (born 20 September 1962) is an Iraqi-born British theoretical physicist, author and science communicator. He is currently Professor of Theoretical Physics and Chair in the Public Engagement in Science at the University of Surrey and Vice President of the British Science Association. He has hosted several BBC productions about science and is a frequent commentator about science in other British media, including a lecture on 'Black Holes, Wormholes and Time Machines' for the GCSE Science Live Lecture Series...


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The Shape of the Universe ( 12 mins)

What Shape is the Universe? Jim Schofield explains how his theory of Empty Photons could dramatically alter how we see the Universe.

The latest issue of the Shape Journal has been published to support these new ideas. You can read it here:





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