From the reviews.,." Their paradoxical finding ... has hit the world of astrobiologists like a killer asteroid ...""New York Newsday" "Now, two prominent scientists say the conventional wisdom is wrong. The alien search, they add, is likely to fail ... "Rare Earth,.".is producing whoops of criticism and praise...(some) call it 'brilliant' and 'courageous'.""The New York Times" "Its brilliant ... courageous ... It's rare in literature and science that a stance goes so far against the grain.""Dr. Geoffrey W. Marcy, UC at Berkeley (Quoted in the NY" "TIMES)" The author says.,." there could be billions of of planets with intelligent, alien species. It's a breathtaking concept. But is it credible? In our book "Rare Earth," Don Brownlee and I argue that even the simplest forms of animal life are exeedingly rare in our Galaxy, and in the Universe beyond." "Peter Ward, New Scientist"Reseña del editor:
In this exciting new book, distinguished paleontologist Peter D. Ward and noted astronomer Donald Brownlee team up to present a fascinating synthesis of what is now known about the development of life on Earth and how this sheds light on possibilities for organic life forms elsewhere in the Universe. With their broad expertise and wonderful descriptive imagery, the authors provide a compelling argument, a splendid introduction to the emerging field of astrobiology, and a lively discussion of the remarkable findings that are currently being generated.
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