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The High Frontier. New York: William Morrow. THE LIKELIHOOD OF INTERSTELLAR COLONIZATION 33 PAPAGIANNIS, M. D. (1977). International Conference on the Origin of Life, Japan. Astron. Contrib. , Series II (No. 61). SAGAN, C. ) (1973). Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence. : MIT Press. SAMPSON, A. (1977). The Arms Bazaar. New York: Viking Press. SIVARD, R. L. (1993). World Military and Social Expenditure. Washington, DC: World Priorities. Pre-emption of the Galaxy by the First Advanced Civilization R O N A L D BRACEWELL In one school of thought it is customary to begin discussions of galactic life by appeal to Drake's equation and then to proceed to a detailed examination of the numerical magnitude of one or more of the string of factors whose values have to be estimated.
1979). Messengers ofDeception. Berkeley, California: And/Or Press. 5% of all stars could have a planet similar to our Earth, but on the average about four billion years older than Earth, because our Sun is not an old star and star formation was most productive in the early times. Regarding the origin and evolution of life, our own case is at present the only instance of life we know of. Are we permitted to generalize this single case? Can we do statistics with n = 1? The laws of statistics say that n = 1 yields an estimate for the average, but none for the mean error (which would need at least n = 2).
3 (No. 1), 14. 28 EXTRATERRESTRIALS: WHERE ARE THEY? SOTER, S. & SAGAN, C. (1975). Astronomy, 3 (No. 7), 39. VALLEE, J. (1969). Passport to Magonia. Chicago: Regnery. VALLEE, J. (1975). The Invisible College, chapter 1. New York: Dutton. VALLEE, J. (1979). Messengers ofDeception. Berkeley, California: And/Or Press. 5% of all stars could have a planet similar to our Earth, but on the average about four billion years older than Earth, because our Sun is not an old star and star formation was most productive in the early times.