While Dr. Keas’s book is not directed against belief in extraterrestrials, it does cast a new light on ETs that may make skeptics and believers alike think again.
“Technosignatures” is just abstruse enough to evade most Congressional waste hunters.
To advance the false conception that science is always in conflict with religious tradition, some influential scientists and science popularizers tell us stories about the past and the present.
My box of books just arrived. Now you know what all of my family and best local friends are getting for Christmas this year.
At Colorado State University, I was impressed by a question from a boy who was about 13 years old.