Sunday, November 14, 2010

ETI will prefer Bach and coordinating response to dangerous asteroid

Welcome! "Alien Life" tracks the latest discoveries and thoughts in the various elements of the famous Drake Equation. Here's today's news:
g Stars - Astronomers say it was the first stars and galaxies, rather than black holes or elemental particle decay, which gave us the universe we have today. See article.
g Life - The discovery of blocks of gravel which sank to the bottom of the sea trapped in ancient icebergs has sparked a new understanding of a bizarre group of creatures. See article.
g Intelligence - A piece of stone axe found in Australia’s Northern Territory has been dated at 35,500 years old, making it the oldest of its type in the world. See article.
g Message - Among the most important SETI work is being done at Harvard University. Here's the Harvard SETI home page.
g Cosmicus - Space agencies around the world are working to be ready to coordinate their response to any potentially harmful asteroid headed for Earth. See article.
g Learning - Science is present in all the world around us and need to be open to everyone, including children. With this goal comes the Science Week, which this year in Castilla y León reaches its eighth edition. See article.
g Aftermath - If we ever make contact with aliens, they might be more interested in learning about Van Gogh and Bach than Einstein or Newton. See article.

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