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Science, religion, and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

Author: David Wilkinson
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford Univ Press, 2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First published in paperback 2017View all editions and formats
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This book is about the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, taking seriously the current scientific arguments and its implications for religion.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Wilkinson
ISBN: 9780198797685 0198797680 9780199680207 0199680205
OCLC Number: 1010112523
Description: xi, 227 Seiten.
Contents: 1: Cinema, cults and meteorites: Searching for something more2: Speculating about a plurality of worlds: The historical context of science, religion and SETI3: Hubble and Drake: SETI and cosmology4: The Daily Planet5: Genesis 2.0? SETI and biology6: Looking for a needle in a haystack: Current SETI strategies7: Fermi's Paradox8: The 'myths' of SETI and religion9: SETI and the Christian understanding of creation10: SETI and the Christian understanding of redemption11: Be not so positive
Responsibility: David Wilkinson, Durham University.

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A brilliant analysis of the possibility that there may be other intelligent beings not easily recognised by us, for which one day evidence may be found through SETI. David Wilkinson has read widely Read more...

 
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