Talk:Michio Kaku

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20/20[edit]

Can anyone recognize the fact that dr.kaku was on 20/20 in the United States on ABC in August 2006 the special was enttitled 7 deadly threats to earth.

The Screensavers[edit]

Dr. Kaku has also appeared on The Screensavers a few times (G4/TechTV)

Missing pronunciation[edit]

First name...how is it pronounced?

American person of Tibetan descent?[edit]

Dr. Kaku is listed as belonging to the category "American People of Tibetan descent". This contradicts the biographical information contained in the article.