Most scientists assume that the universe must be populated with innumerable alien intelligences and civilizations – after all, we humans can’t be so special. OK,...
Where are They, All Those Aliens?
Why does alien intelligence hold such fascination? Can we even conceive of what they might be like? To appreciate intelligent, sentient life in the universe, right now we...
Most scientists assume that the universe must be populated with innumerable alien intelligences and civilizations—after all, there are billions of galaxies each with...
Two planetary scientists and an astrophysicist make the case that the search for life in other parts of our universe has been made all the more valid by two recent...
Former University Professor, Professor of Biological Sciences, Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Irvine
Hale Professorship of Astronomy; former Executive Officer for Astronomy, Director of Caltech Optical Observatories
Nobel Prize in Physics; Director Emeritus, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab)
Professor Emeritus of Planetary Science and Geology, Caltech; former Director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Professor of Astronomy and Director of the Origins of Life Initiative, Harvard University