Freeman Dyson:
Freeman Dyson : Commençons à rechercher la vie à l'extérieur du système solaire

TED2003 · 19:11 · Filmed Feb 2003
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Le physicien Freeman Dyson suggère que nous commencions à chercher des traces de vie sur les satellites de Jupiter et au delà de l'orbite de Neptune, dans la ceinture Kuiper et le nuage de Oort. Il nous dit à quoi ressemblerait cette forme de vie — et comment nous pourrions la trouver.

With Freeman Dyson's astonishing forecasts for the future, it's hard to tell where science ends and science fiction begins. But far from being a wild-eyed visionary, Dyson is a clear and sober thinker — and one not afraid of controversy or heresy. Full bio
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