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Sci-Fi Science: Physics of the Impossible

By Will Wade, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Look at far-out ideas could hook science-minded kids.

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Kaku covers some very complicated ideas, but he makes them easy to understand. His low-key manner makes advanced physics both entertaining and approachable. Kaku also uses computer graphics and live demonstrations to explain various theories. The result is a fun look at some very far-out concepts that may not be nearly as far away as you might have thought. This is the kind of show that might even encourage people to study physics or consider a career in the sciences.

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