FutureTracker| Loving the headline and photo, of WSJ’s The Elusive Search for Aliens, we nearly abandoned the page after six paragraphs. There’s readers’ gold in the last few paragraphs.
Paul Davies, director of the Beyond Center for Fundamental Concepts in Science at Arizona State University and author of ‘The Erie Silence’ reminds us that the possibility of a visit by extraterrestrials in our lives is a nanosecond possibility in the scheme of cosmic existence.
However, instead of searching for radio waves via SETI for news of them, perhaps we should begin digging in the sands for evidence of visitors to planet Earth. Read on Looking for Alien Life? Get Your Head Out of the Clouds.