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Michio Kaku Discusses Space Elevators
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Michio Kaku Discusses Space Elevators
With the 2010 invention of graphene (the world's strongest material to date), the concept of an elevator to space is gaining credibility. Michio Kaku discusses this technological idea.


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Posted by Skywalker on August 12, 2011
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