WORLDS WITHOUT END by N.J. Berrill

WORLDS WITHOUT END

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In a free-flowing prose style spiced with touches of humor, an experienced science/technical writer discusses the facts he feels are important to speculation on the nature of exobiology -- life in outer space. It is an intriguing tour through the ""remodeling"" factory of nature -- evolution -- scanning a wide range of knowledge in both physics and biology that is both entertaining and easily assimilated. In spite of the statistical possibilities of some form of life existing elsewhere in the universe, the earth, according to the author, remains the most satisfying place for the evolution of organic life.

Publisher: Macmillan