Joined: 8 Oct 99
Has anyone of you had a chance to check out the new book “Solving Fermi’s Paradox” by Duncan Forgan yet? (https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/solving-fermis-paradox/46945FE622E1F62E8DA36832B9F58A8A) If so, was it any good? Since it's from CUP, I'm kind of assuming it is.
I’ve read Milan Cirkovic’s “The Great Silence” (https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-great-silence-9780199646302?cc=se&lang=en&) – highly recommended.
I’ve also read Michael Bodin’s “Fermi’s Paradox” (https://www.amazon.com/FermiS-Paradox-Cosmology-Michael-Bodin-ebook/dp/B079482SV2) – not as good, if you ask me.
But I’m hungry for more – hence my interest in Forgan’s new book.
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