What You'll Learn:
Where was matter before it burst into the macroscopic material of the universe? Truth be told, physicists still don’t know. But as science creeps along with every century inspiring new revelations, contemporary physics may at last have an answer—a theory of such small proportions (and so many dimensions), that it unravels the Big Bang. Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku offers string theory as an increasingly evident solution to the question of the universe—an answer that may reveal the interior of black holes, the existence of time travel, and even a glimpse of God’s creative mystery.