>>23>discussing the phyics behind wormholes, and higher dimensions
Yeah, not. But the name "Hyperspace" is bound to give people that impression on the tin without any other indications. I never understood how people even go about coming up with theories like that anyways. Not like anyone has gone and come back or we have any exceptional proof. That I know of. Is there?
I would go out on a limb to say that's 'futuristic' though. Unless somewhere along the line, I fell out of society and we're completely aware of things I was pretty sure were fairly undocumented and just spoken of in theories, heh.
I'll have to look up this Michio Kaku, though. Honestly, I tend to stray away from educational texts due to being an auto-didact. I put a lot more value on learning through experience and researching based on what you're doing, rather than bloating myself with things I probably won't need to know or can't put towards something in actuality.
Robert Fulghum is a man I enjoyed reading for that purpose. He's written a lot of little anecdotes about his past that put some interesting thoughts about life into my head. Small ones, but ones that have been there for a long time and I've put towards my own. I lent the copy to a friend, never got it back… need to replace that sometime.