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PDFEPUB John Gribbin ☆ The Reason Why PDF Ê The Reason PDF ☆ John R Gribbin is a British science writer an astrophysicist and a visiting fellow in astronomy at the University of Sussex The topical range of his prolific writings includes quantum physics biographies of famous scientists human evolution the origins of the universe climate change and global warming His also writes science fictionJohn Gribbin graduated with his bachelor's degree in phy

10 thoughts on “The Reason Why

  1. David David says:

    PDFEPUB John Gribbin ☆ The Reason Why PDF Ê The Reason PDF ☆ reason kindle, The Reason ebok, The Reason Why eBookIn this book the author a prominent British scientist lends one voice to the stark conclusion which several other authors have raised lately namely that we are alone in the Milky Way Yes this is in spite of the numerous recent discoveries of potentially habitable planets around other stars This all stems from Fermi's paradox in 1950 noted nuclear physicist Enrico Fermi while having lunch with colleagues suddenly blurted out Where is everybody He reasoned that if there was any other technological civilization in the Milky Way then it was almost certainly many thousands or millions of years advanced and if so then surely some from that civil


  2. B Kevin B Kevin says:

    PDFEPUB John Gribbin ☆ The Reason Why PDF Ê The Reason PDF ☆ reason kindle, The Reason ebok, The Reason Why eBookBad news for SETI enthusiasts Our intelligent technological species and civilization are the result of a long chain of very low probabilities Multiply together a string of very small numbers ie the Drake Equation and you get a vanishingly small number Gribbin as usually provides a clear cogent review of how we came to be Finally an antidote to the DrakeSagen groupies who think the universe is teaming with radio astronomers Fermi's unanswered question Where are they? has been answered They are not there


  3. Koen Crolla Koen Crolla says:

    PDFEPUB John Gribbin ☆ The Reason Why PDF Ê The Reason PDF ☆ reason kindle, The Reason ebok, The Reason Why eBookGribbin has said some phenomenally stupid things in past books but he's really outdone himself in this one The Reason Why starts from a dubious premise — Earth is uniquely suited to life — and throws both legitimate science terribly abused and outright borderline innumerate bullshit at the reader for two hundred pages in the hope that any of it stick Most arguments take the following form1 X happened at some point in our galaxy'ssolar system'splanet's history2 X has positive or neutral hand waved into significance implications for life3 Therefore X must be necessary for lifeOr possibly1 Y happened at some point in our galaxy'ssolar system'splanet's history2 Y has negative implications for life3 Therefore life must be very


  4. Jose Moa Jose Moa says:

    PDFEPUB John Gribbin ☆ The Reason Why PDF Ê The Reason PDF ☆ reason kindle, The Reason ebok, The Reason Why eBookJohn Gribbin is a great popular science writer and in this book he has made a great jobThe book is the complement to the Rare Earth by Ward and Brownlee but the Gribbin book takes a step an asks for technological inteligent life not only complex life and makes emphasis in the astronomical aspects at the light of last breakthougts as our very special position in the galaxy by why our sun is not commonby why our solar sistema and planet earth are unlikelythe unlikely is that our planet has a big moon that stabilices the tilt of the earth axisfavoures the plate techtonics the magnetic field and long time ago great tides that aided the pass of complex life from ocean to landIn resumen our inteligence is the product of many unlakely steps tha makes the product near to ze


  5. Nola Redd Nola Redd says:

    PDFEPUB John Gribbin ☆ The Reason Why PDF Ê The Reason PDF ☆ reason kindle, The Reason ebok, The Reason Why eBookAnyone who has taken a significant number of science classes will likely come to this book with the same bias I have having been repeatedly taught that the Earth the solar system and the Milky Way are in no wise special But Gribbin argues a perspective different from most scientists that in the galaxy at least intelligent life is a rare occurrence and that the Earth is likely exceedingly special if not completely uniqueGribban's arguments are often hampered by the fact that they are frozen in a book Anyone who has followed the updates of NASA's Kepler mission will raise their eyes at the fact that at publication only Jupiter like planets had been discovered Similarly Gribbin knocks out red dwarfs as potentially hosting habitable planets though research in the last few years suggests life could thrive Such problems are of course not the fault of the author who can only work with the data available and not what will one day be knownLeaving that slight problem behind Gribbin d


  6. Scott Lupo Scott Lupo says:

    PDFEPUB John Gribbin ☆ The Reason Why PDF Ê The Reason PDF ☆ reason kindle, The Reason ebok, The Reason Why eBookSuper interesting book taking the view that Earth and the technological intelligent beings inhabiting Earth is a totally rare event in a galaxy the size of the Milky Way I come from the view that with billions of stars in a galaxy and billions of galaxies throughout the universe that it just comes down to pure numbers There


  7. Ron Ron says:

    PDFEPUB John Gribbin ☆ The Reason Why PDF Ê The Reason PDF ☆ reason kindle, The Reason ebok, The Reason Why eBookAnother discussion of the extraordinary events in the creation of the solar system where it is in the galaxy how it see


  8. Jack Jack says:

    PDFEPUB John Gribbin ☆ The Reason Why PDF Ê The Reason PDF ☆ reason kindle, The Reason ebok, The Reason Why eBookI thought that the author was actually a little weak on the science Gribbin would make certain assertions about why particular conditions or processes in evolution were likely to be uncommon attempt to support with one or two facts but would then use these assertions later in the book as assumptions that formed the basis of other assertions For example he discussed the possibility of the earth crossing certain boundaries of density in the intergalactic medium made by the arms in the spiral of the Milky Way and attempts to link these crossings with historical mass extinctions in the history of life on earth However except for making plausibility arguments for these


  9. Erik Erik says:

    PDFEPUB John Gribbin ☆ The Reason Why PDF Ê The Reason PDF ☆ reason kindle, The Reason ebok, The Reason Why eBookI think the book relied too heavily upon our own incompletely understood story of intelligent life on earth a big assumption to argue for the absence of all other forms of intelligent life in the universe Yes our story requires some lucky accidents and links in a chain but there may well be other chains and other stories The odds of an exact replication of our story and just that story probably are infinitesimal but that's fallacious reasoning The odds of an exact repetition of any sufficiently complex event are infinitesimal but that doesn't rule out the occurrence of many other events sufficiently similar to qualify under a definition of what similar enough means The Fermi para


  10. John Sheahan John Sheahan says:

    PDFEPUB John Gribbin ☆ The Reason Why PDF Ê The Reason PDF ☆ reason kindle, The Reason ebok, The Reason Why eBookWell argued accessible informative But it was an argument for the emphatic conclusion that there is no other technologically advanced species in our neck of the cosmic woods Some of the statistical glosses irked me for example the implication that 006% of the stars in our galaxy is a minuscule number It isn't When there are an estimated 100 billion stars not including red dwarfs in the galaxy that small percentage comes to 60 million stars That we are 'special' in the universe I can accept but utterly undoubtedly unique? No


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