My ENT601-50. Week 2 reflection. The theory of hyperspace.
For my Entrepreneurial Innovation 601-50 class, I chose the book titled "Hyperspace", by Michio Kaku. “A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, And The 10th Dimension.” Michio Kaku was born in the year of 1947, and is an American theoretical physicist, futurist, and popularizes science. Kaku was born in San Jose, California, to second-generation Japanese-American parents. His father and mother were both born in California. This book is about the theory of hyperspace. Physicists believe a four-dimensional theory is too small. So far, my fellow classmates, this book is getting really deep, and I feel like it was ahead of its time, especially because Kaku published this book about 30 years ago! I was NOT taught that there was a 4th dimension when I went to school. I was taught there were only 3. Is this the same for my classmates? To try and put it simply, this book discusses the theory of 10 dimensions existing around us. The theory of hyperspace has not yet been experimentally confirmed, and would be hard to prove in the laboratory. So far, there are 3 dimensions, which are height, width, and depth. Most physicists accept the 4th dimension, which again, is time. Dimensions are believed to some, to exist beyond the common 4 dimensions of space and time. Scientists are trying to prove the existence of these other dimensions still today. Ultimately, hyperspace travel is believed to provide a way to save our intelligent life from death of our universe, by escaping the collapse of the universe, fleeing into hyperspace. Whoever discovers the theory of hyperspace will essentially become lords of the universe. "I want to know how God created this world. I am not interested in this or that phenomenon. I want to know his thoughts, the rest are details." -Albert Einstein.