Title: Aliens
Authors: Al-Khalili, Jim (Editor)
Genre: Non Fiction
Pages: 232
Year: 2016
Publisher: Profile Books
Language: English
Description: What are the chances of little green men from Mars visiting your neighbourhood? Under the editorship of theoretical physicist Professor Jim Al-Khalili, scientists and experts in their fields explore the probability and improbability of such an event. From the possible nature of alien consciousness and the likelihood of machines being our first visitors, to current and future SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) projects, the subject matter is wide-ranging but appropriately presented for the lay person.

A thought-provoking and inspiring book that boldly goes where no-one has gone before. [Small font]

Comments from BDS Reviewers:

"This is a must-read for the non-scientists!"

"To me, the highlight essays were those that contained some very interesting and challenging ideas."

"This book is an intelligent compendium of ideas designed to educate the vast majority of non-scientists among us."

"This book is not about pushing barrows, but about informing in a populist way."

"This is a book for those interested in the topic of life, and particularly to those who enjoy the sciences and to non-fiction readers."

"An engaging read that you won't want to put down. It's well written."

"If you've ever looked towards the stars and wondered about the possibility of life elsewhere in the galaxy, this book will go a long way to answering your questions."

Categories: Non fiction, Adventure/Exploration, Essays/Columns, Learning, Science Fiction, 2019 Titles, Small font


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