We Are Not Alone

We Are Not Alone Science correspondent Sullivan gives an account of all known about done to find intelligent life beyond Earth He discusses ways in which discovering extraterrestrial life would affect religion philos
  • Title: We Are Not Alone
  • Author: Walter Sullivan
  • ISBN: 9780451054821
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Paperback
  • Science correspondent Sullivan gives an account of all known about done to find intelligent life beyond Earth He discusses ways in which discovering extraterrestrial life would affect religion, philosophy cosmology.PrefaceAcknowledgmentsOrder of the Dolphin Spheres within spheresScience reborn Is our universe unique The solar system exception or rule The puzScience correspondent Sullivan gives an account of all known about done to find intelligent life beyond Earth He discusses ways in which discovering extraterrestrial life would affect religion, philosophy cosmology.PrefaceAcknowledgmentsOrder of the Dolphin Spheres within spheresScience reborn Is our universe unique The solar system exception or rule The puzzle of the slow stars Where to look The origin of life creation or evolution The origin of life building molecules Visitors from space Wax and wigglers Is there life on Mars The uniquely rational wayProject Ozma Other channelsCan they visit us Is there intelligent life on earth Celestial syntax What if we succeed ReferencesIndex
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    1. Walter Sullivan Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the We Are Not Alone book, this is one of the most wanted Walter Sullivan author readers around the world.

    2. Read the first edition of this when it was still brand new Gave a logical explanation of why intelligent alien life HAS to be out there not that it s visiting Earth.

    3. I was a bit of a science geek until a poor AP Chemistry class in high school and disagreeable US foreign policies turned me towards the social sciences I was also intrigued by UFO literature, keeping an irregular sky watch from our suburban backyard, with a cheap reflector, for aerial anomalies Indeed, I had applied and been rejected for a program in telescopic lens grinding at the Adler Planetarium.Too young to borrow books from the adult section of the Park Ridge Public Library, too proud to e [...]

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