Not active in research....
According to the cited arXiv search, Kaku's publications since the early 1990's consist only of textbooks (which, by the way, are hastily written and derivative), popular writings, and three technical papers which have had no impact, being cited a total of six times.
One thing I know....
- Yup. You should avail yourself of his awful radio show sometime... http://www.wwrl1600.com/live_stream.asp at 8-11 PM EST is one way to get it. ħuman 04:24, 25 November 2010 (UTC)
We should add ISBNs? ħuman 02:50, 9 July 2012 (UTC)
- I think most of the books listed in other articles have them so it might be a good idea. Sam Tally-ho! 02:58, 9 July 2012 (UTC)
Not that bad of a book for a layman. Pretty excellent if you want to learn the basics of Quantum Psychics in a few hours. Still wondering about the veracity of a few of the claims in his book, though.--The Madman (talk) 03:44, 19 January 2014 (UTC)The Madman
The Fukushima plant is not a particularly good piece of work. The spent fuel pools still leak after two years. There certainly is a psychological "impact all of humanity": even European countries are demotivated on continuing nuclear power. --Teslashark (talk) 05:54, 6 June 2014 (UTC)
Okay I do not remember which documentary he was one when he mentioned this but I remember one time he was acting like he knew how aliens would behave and he said science fiction movies were inaccurate about alien invasions. I am no scientist but how the hell would he know how aliens would behave around us? I think there are aliens but chances are they might no have emotions or if they do then they probably would be far different from ours.--Rationalzombie94 (talk) 17:45, 4 June 2015 (UTC)