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Thank you to everyone who attended my talk at New Horizons, in St Anne’s, on Monday night. It was a great turn out and great to meet you all.
To help with funding their professional and first-class, events (they only charge 3 quid entrance fee), the organisers of New Horizons sell DVDs of the presentations. The one for my talk will be available soon. – Ellis
Quite possibly the biggest question posed by eusocial primates. The need to know encouraged our forebears to climb down from the treetops. To brave the savannahs in hopes of sighting distant forests, or making meaningful contact with other clever apes. Over the millennia humans crossed oceans to new lands in hopes of deepening their gene pool, or their pockets. Unlike Alexander the Great, we do not weep when we see the breadth of our domain, knowing there are no more worlds to conquer. Instead we turn our gaze to the stars in hopes of expanding our real estate portfolio, and perk our ears heavenward to eavesdrop on aliens. Evidence Mounts For A Real-Life Multiverse