In the summer of 1950, physicist Enrico Fermi posed a simple question to his colleagues over lunch: "Where is everybody?" Arguably, he said, in the 4.4 billion years it took for intelligent life to evolve
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Is there life after death? For centuries, science has been gradually replacing religion to explain the great mechanisms of life. Reproduction, evolution, diseases, heredity, ageing: the cards are unveiled
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