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In The Science of Aliens, Clifford Pickover summarizes the dependence of life on the physical environment: “evolution is so sensitive to small changes that if we were to rewind and play back the ‘tape’ of evolution, and raise the Earth’s initial overall temperature by just a degree, humankind would not exist . . if humans were wiped out today, humans would not arise. ” As an example of this sensitivity, consider the sunlight that bathes our planet. Our eyes have adapted to work efficiently with the wavelengths that make up that light.
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In The Thing, for all that the creature is a big carrot, it’s manlike in outline. The War of the Worlds (1953) is different. It gives glimpses of beings truly meant to look alien. The fi lm begins as a narrator (Sir Cedric Hardwicke), following the original 1898 H. G. Wells story that is the basis for the movie, explains that Mars is the home of an intelligent but dying race, doomed by lack of resources. In the entire solar system, only our lush world offers the possibility of survival. The next scenes show what seem to be meteors flashing through our atmosphere and landing, but they’re not meteors: they’re an armada of cylindrical spaceships.