Churchill’s essay on aliens remind us of dangers facing life on earth

Churchill’s essay on aliens remind us of dangers facing life on earth

Churchill’s 11-page article was buried within the archives of US National Churchill Museum archives

Buried in the archives of a museum in Missouri, an essay from the search life that is alien arrived at light, 78 years after it was penned. Written in the brink associated with the second world war, its unlikely author could be the political leader Winston Churchill.

A > if the British prime minister was seeking solace in the prospect of life beyond our war-torn planet, would the discovery of a plethora of exoplanets

The article that is 11-page Are We Alone into the Universe? – has sat in the US National Churchill Museum archives in Fulton, Missouri from the 1980s until it absolutely was reviewed by astrophysicist Mario Livio in this week’s edition of this journal Nature.

Livio highlights that the as-yet unpublished text shows Churchill’s arguments were extremely contemporary are for a piece written nearly eight decades previously. Continue reading “Churchill’s essay on aliens remind us of dangers facing life on earth”