Physicist Freeman Dyson suggests that we start looking for life on the moons of Jupiter and out past Neptune, in the Kuiper belt and the Oort cloud. He talks about what such life would be like — and how we might find it.

With Freeman Dyson’s astonishing forecasts for the future, it’s hard to tell where science ends and science fiction begins. But far from being a wild-eyed visionary, Dyson is a clear and sober

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  1. #1 Chigurh
    August 19, 2008

    I have mixed feelings about Dyson… he criticizes global warming models for not being able to make accurate predictions but occasionally maintains the existence of the supernatural. Regardless he’s still brilliant. Think im going to go watch Alien now…

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