Are we Alone in the Universe?
What Evidence has been Found of Martian Life?
Have Aliens Already Visited Us?
The mystery of life on other planets has puzzled people for many years. Is there other life out othere, trying to contact us? If so, what sort of aliens are they?
Can Science Solve? explores some of the world's most baffling mysteries. Can we get to the bottom of them using science and logic, or will they continue to mystify us forever? Discover all of the theories, from the reasonable to the ridiculous, then decide for yourself what to believe.
These new editions have been updated to include:
eyewitness accounts and dramatic photographs
up-to-date information about scientific developments and research
analyses of fakes and hoaxes that explain how they were solved
a glossary to explain unfamiliar words, further resources, and web search tips.
About the Author
Table of Contents
Unsolved Mysteries 4
Beginnings of a Mystery 6
Seeing the Aliens 8
Planets, Moons, and Stars 10
What is Life? 12
Life from Soup 14
Life in our Solar System 16
Life on Mars 18
Fresh Hope for Martian Life 20
The Search for Other Planets 22
Waiting for Signals 24
Fakes and Frights 26
What do you Think? 28
Find out More 31
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Book review After reading over this book, it gave me a lot of information. It gave me information about aliens, UFOS, Mars, bacteria on other planets, and what we have discovered for the past 200 years. The person who wrote this book was Charles Oxlide. And the name of his book is the mystery of life on other planets. But basically this book is about scientist giving us information about what they know about outer space. The age group for this book would probably be 11 and up. The information in this age group does fit. I would say that the writer used a monotone voice. The information in this book is in orderly fashion. The writer presented the book nicely. There would be a couple of things that I would change. Like I would have more pages. And make the book more interesting. I would have more information. And I wouldn¿t talk about one topic for too long.