Seattle: University of Washington Press, . Signed by Hoyle.
LibraryThing member GlennBell
The book is a compilation of three lectures by Fred Hoyle. He is looking into the future from the time period of the 1960(?). He has some interesting insight into the limits of space travel but the possibility of interplanetary communication. He also looks into the future of the earth with emphasis on the problem of overpopulation and nuclear war. His thoughts on the logical evolutionary process of generation of beings with eyes, appendages, and land creatures assuming the largest brains (subsequent intelligence) makes sense. I recommend the book based on the intelligent insight that is presented to the reader.
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