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Maybe Alone in the Universe, After All (12019)

Maybe Alone in the Universe, After All (12019)

SKU: 12019
  • The project known as SETI (Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence) should not have started at all about forty years ago. But now a study has just appeared that amounts to a devastating blow at SETI aficionados. Needless to say, the project will go on, in spite of the scientific evidence set forth in Rare Earth. In this booklet it is argued that the project had far less chance than finding a needle in a haystack. Por decades a blind eye was turned on the Earth-Moon system as a unique configuration in our solar system. SETI scientists, who could be so cavalier with scientific evidence, may not be expected to ponder some stark lessons of the strange, most unexpected rise of science on our Earth. Add to this the soberly emerging fact that life on our Earth was repeatedly devastated through the impact of huge meteors. But even more than life, science cannot be taken for granted on this Earth. The Moon around the Earth may even suggest that it makes little sense to poke fun at Christ as a savior who has to hop from planet to planet.

    By Fr. Stanley L. Jaki

    ISBN 1-892548-C9-7  •  32 pages  •  softcover 

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