Michio Kaku: The Blind Physicist Who Elected Himself Spokesperson for All Scientists
“when you ask where physical law comes from, then you run into big problems” – Michio Kaku, December 18, 2002
“when someone asks us where string theory came from, at that point we just throw up our hands, we don’t know” – Michio Kaku, December 18, 2002
You don’t speak for all scientists Mich, and it was hateful for you to claim that creation scientist Christians say that they don’t know where the physical laws of the universe came from. Disorder doesn’t lead to order, and as you yourself said, on December 18, 2002, the chance of life coming about on its own is near to zero, which is a lie, since life can only come about from order, not disorder, so it is not near to zero, it is zero.
Other Information on Michio’s Character
I found more info about Michio’s character some days ago, but because my laptop doesn’t have enough memory to handle what I do to it, I’ve delayed posting this info for a long while. But this is what I found on Mainstream Scientist Peter Woit’s blog:
A commenter points out that on [Michio’s] MySpace site [Michio] has posted a copy of a forthcoming article by him that is supposed to appear in New Scientist. It is about the controversy over string theory, but doesn’t at all deal with the criticisms of the theory contained in my book and Smolin’s. It does contain a thoroughly dishonest paragraph about me, misrepresenting my position at Columbia (Kaku is well aware than I am a faculty member and teach graduate courses here, as well as administering the department computer system), and describing me as a “former particle physicist” (he’s well aware I have recently written a book on the subject of particle physics and continue to conduct research on the subject; then again, many people consider him to be a “former particle physicist”). He ascribes my criticism of string theory to jealousy over having been turned down for tenured positions at prestigious universities in favor of string theorists, and misquotes something I wrote about string theory:
String theory has only a “poetic relationship” to reality.
I never have said or written anything like this.
Related article: What Does Michio Kaku Believe?