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What Mad Pursuit

Francis Crick - History - 2008 - 208 pages
Candid, provocative, and disarming, this is the widely-praised memoir of the co-discoverer of the double helix of DNA.
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Life in the Universe: The Abundance of Extraterrestrial Civilizations

James Newsome Pierce - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2008 - 247 pages
This book explores the science of extraterrestrial life, with a particular emphasis on the existence of intelligent alien civilizations. It introduces the reader to the basic ...
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Children of the Stars: Our Origin, Evolution and Destiny

Daniel R. Altschuler - Nature - 2002 - 257 pages
For the general reader, investigating the surprising connection between stars, our planet and life.
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Extraterrestrials: Where Are They?

Ben Zuckerman, Michael H. Hart - Nature - 1995 - 239 pages
Is it possible that extraterrestrial life forms exist within our Galaxy, the Milky Way? This book offers a critical analysis by leading experts in a range of sciences, of the ...
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We are the Martians: Connecting Cosmology with Biology

Giovanni F Bignami - Nature - 2012 - 151 pages
For many thousands of years, human beings have been asking themselves whether they are more frightened of being alone in the universe or of the thought that there is someone ...
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Our Cosmic Origins: From the Big Bang to the Emergence of Life and Intelligence

Armand H. Delsemme - Nature - 2001 - 322 pages
This 1998 book examines the remarkable story of the emergence of life and intelligence through the complex evolutionary history of the Universe.
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The Search for Life Continued: Planets Around Other Stars

Barrie W. Jones - Science - 2008 - 296 pages
Barrie Jones addresses the question 'are we alone?', which is one of the most frequently asked questions by scientists and non-scientists alike. In The Search for Life ...
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