there life on other planets? And if so, are they the little green
men of science fiction?
Professor Ian Stewart from the University of Warwick thinks
there is life on other planets and while it could be little and
green, it’s highly unlikely to be anything we would recognise
as men. Despite our fascination with science fiction it seems our
imagination rarely extends beyond pointed ears and different
coloured skin when we picture alien races.
Now an exhibition at London’s Science Museum addresses
just what alien life might look like when it develops on planets
with different physical and chemical properties to our own. Apply
scientific principles and alien life might be very alien indeed. As
a scientist who is also a science fiction writer, Professor Stewart
was one of the early advisors to the Exhibition and is uniquely
positioned to comment on what alien life could really be
Science Fiction Book Store
The Science of Aliens, London Science Museum
Interview with Professor Ian Stewart, University of Warwick,
author of Scientist and Science Fiction
Interview with Stephen Foulger, Curator, The Science of
Aliens, Science Museum, London
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