Avi Loeb tries to explain the unexplainable. New evidence suggests we may not be alone in the universe after all.
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The search for extra-terrestrial life is one of the most exciting frontiers in Astronomy. Our civilization will mature once we find out who resides on our cosmic street argues legendary Harvard physicist Avi Loeb. In this talk, find out why we might be a form of life as primitive and common in the cosmos as ants are in a kitchen. And if so, how we can learn a lot from others out there.
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Avi Loeb is Professor of Science at Harvard University, working primarily in astrophysics and cosmology. A New-York Times bestselling author, he consistently makes headlines for advocating that the search for intelligent extra-terrestrial life should be mainstream science. The only reason it isn’t, he maintains, is unscientific prejudice.
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