“In other words, this silent universe is conveying not a flattering lesson about our uniqueness but a tragic story about our destiny.”
We’d settle for a postage-stamp size bit of evidence.
A long time ago Here.
“We’re just extremely excited to be back on the air today.”
From “Planets’ life-hosting potential ranked” (CBC News, Nov 24, 2011), we learn, Plugging in parameters such as a planet’s mass, radius, and average temperature generates a series of measures in the Earth Similarity Index, which “provides a quick screening tool with which to detect exoplanets most similar to Earth,” said Dirk Schulze-Makuch, an astrobiologist at […]
Curious words coming from a man whose project of finding intelligent life outside of Earth has been rewarded with 100 per cent failure so far.
In “Europa Plus Water Does Not Equal Life” (November 18, 2011), Creation-Evolution Headlines reports on pop science media coverage around NASA’s recent claim that “Europa, the icy moon of Jupiter, may have large lakes of liquid water under its icy shell, closer to the surface than the deep ocean long believed to exist miles down.” […]
Earth has life even though our solar system doesn’t meet these people’s criterion, which shows that life must exist around other stars?
“A study now suggests moonless planets have been dismissed unfairly. “
“Stephen Hawking agrees: ‘If aliens visit us, the outcome would be much as when Columbus landed in America, “
“Three years ago I tried to visit the SETI Institute in Mountain View, California, and, on a Wednesday, found the place locked up at midday.”
One creature to be tested is the animal, tardigrade (water bear), which can survive temperatures approaching absolute zero …
It’s nonsense in itself, but what it tells us is worth considering.
This theory hasn’t changed the status of any known exoplanets, but it’s ingenious.
“As with other SETI methods, they rely on the assumption that aliens would use Earth-like technologies.”