Prof.Kaku in my mind is a great physicist.. and as for that previous statement.. he broke it down for her to understand..if he used a complex equation.. he would have had to break it down anyway.. he just used a simple one to explain it to her easier.. not to impress people watching the vid.. and the way the classical computer is done is starting to become less and less compatable with the upcomeing technology and information.. we are begining to need a more up to date/standerd computer design..in order to store the new information thats emerging from years of progressive and vigerous study and experamentation,not to mention the new ways we are finding we can use a computer..which is way to much for me to mention.By the way Prof.Kaku i admire your workwww.kirstensanford.com
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