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That search began in 1960, when my dad pointed a telescope in Green Bank, West Virginia at a pair of sunlike stars. But in the intervening half-century, the search for life beyond Earth has moved beyond straining to hear distant cosmic murmurs to looking for evidence of microbial life much closer to home, in our own solar system.He was listening for telltale signs of technology broadcasting itself across the cosmos. Eventually, we’ll take a close look at the atmospheres of faraway planets and keep an eye out for the signatures of living, breathing, biological ecosystems.A rabid X-Files fan (as am I, no shame), Podesta tweeted, “Finally, my biggest failure of 2014: Once again not securing the #disclosure of the U. One hopes it’s just a campaign stunt, meant to increase Clinton’s popularity among a group of people who might be inclined to vote somewhat more conservatively.Yet given Podesta’s and Clinton’s track records on the topic, it seems more likely the pair really believes there might be something to expose. I can even tell you exactly what it was made of: an upside-down frying pan with a saucepan lid on top, some fishing line, and a big stick.The latter, usually abbreviated as The Wealth of Nations, is considered his magnum opus and the first modern work of economics. Smith studied social philosophy at the University of Glasgow and at Balliol College, Oxford, where he was one of the first students to benefit from scholarships set up by fellow Scot, John Snell.After graduating, he delivered a successful series of public lectures at Edinburgh, leading him to collaborate with David Hume during the Scottish Enlightenment.
One pile was for correspondence that requested scientific information; the other was for claims of UFO sightings.Perhaps those documents are tucked into a cardboard box stashed in an old railway car, waiting for Clinton and Podesta to arrive with their flashlights. A classmate and I had manufactured the photos for a course we were taking on the search for life in the universe.But I’d wager much more than my house that there’s exactly zero credible evidence supporting alien encounters with this planet—and I’d love for warp drives and battlestars to exist as much as anyone would. Our goal was to win a classroom debate about whether aliens had visited Earth, and step one was proving just how easy it is to fabricate evidence. (Not really.) Step two involved addressing the volumes of eyewitness claims, and explaining why such testimony can be unreliable.This is where Clinton’s reasoning about people sitting in their kitchens making stuff up falls apart. The brain is a powerful tool, and it can lead us to some incredibly wrong recollections and conclusions.And in these situations, assuming there’s safety in numbers is foolish (for more on that topic, start with the Salem witch trials).