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First Contact: Scientific Breakthroughs in the Hunt for Life Beyond Earth

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  • Posted June 30, 2011

    Interesting

    It is quite possible that ever since the beginning of time people have always been fascinated with everything in the sky. Furthermore, People have always been fascinated with the universe. If an individual perform a research of our world's civilizations, they would realize that there are plenty of examples of universe wonderment. In depth, another fascination would be the possibility of life on the other planet. A great example of an individual's thoughts of life elsewhere in the universe would be in a book called First Contact.
    Kaufman did a terrific job taking his readers through various points of view, which is in correlation to the existence of life on another planet. It is absolutely amazing that Kaufman fused everything together. When I say everything, I seriously mean everything. Kaufman explored our universe in all sense of humor and seriousness. The author seriously goes into various aspects of extraterrestrial life forms, but through the incorporation of different science and beauties of our own planet with the potential of finding the same on another planet.
    I'm pretty sure we've all wondered how the world would be like if other forms of life actually exist. Perhaps we could even adapt to their culture and get opinions of the betterment of society. Growing up, I've always wanted to read a novel that explains and paints a vivid image of the possibilities of living among other people that are not humans and through such epic situations. Luckily, I came across this book and I was amazed by the author's description of each chapter. As I was reading, I definitely realized that everything was quite believable. The fact that readers gets a chance to walk through each chapter is remarkable. Please read this book and explore our universe through the eyes of Kaufman. Awesome read!

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  • Posted June 4, 2011

    Fascinating science well described

    An essential update of Astrobiology, a scientific topic that may produce the most important and life-changing events and discoveries of the 21st century. A must read for anyone with an interest in science or the history of mankind.

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    Posted May 10, 2011

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