In this short film – shot by Podularity‘s George Miller after he’d interviewed Marcus Chown for our Faber Podcast – the author of We Need to Talk About Kelvin and Afterglow of Creation (now reissued in a handsome new edition) responds to the question first posed by Enrico Fermi – the Italian physicist who developed the first nuclear reactor – about the apparent absence of extraterrestrial life: “Where is everybody?”.
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