Clifford A. Pickover is a prolific author, having published more than 50 books, translated into over a dozen languages, on topics ranging from science and mathematics to religion, art, and history. He received his Ph.D. degree from Yale University, has been granted more than 600 U.S. patents, and has more than 35,000 Twitter followers. His patents are owned by a wide variety of technology companies, and his web site, Pickover.com, has had millions of visitors.
When describing his work, creativity, and sense of wonder, The New York Times wrote, "Pickover contemplates realms beyond our known reality." According to WIRED, "Bucky Fuller thought big, Arthur C. Clarke thinks big, but Cliff Pickover outdoes them both." TheChristian Science Monitor proclaimed: "Pickover inspires a new generation of da Vincis to build unknown flying machines and create new Mona Lisas."
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Author and futurist Dr. Cliff Pickover discussed his latest work, The Math Book, which explores how mathematics is the key to higher dimensions, aliens, infinity, parallel worlds, time travel, simulated realities, and Tunisian ant... More »
Author Clifford Pickover discussed his latest work on scientific laws and the great minds behind them, and also touched on such topics as time travel, parallel universes and alien life. Some of the best scientific laws have the widest applications, he said. For instance, Fick's Law of Diffusion can explain such disparate areas as insect communication and the migration of early humans. And... More »
Dr. Cliff Pickover, author of thirty acclaimed books, discussed his latest Sex, Drugs, Einstein, and Elves, which explores the borderlands of science and reality. We are limited in our understanding of reality by the size and capacities of our brain, he noted, and he wondered what aspects of the universe might be shielded from us. Time travel may eventually be developed, said Pickover, but... More »