Review: Heaven's Touch by James B. Kaler

 作者:端木攵崩     |      日期:2019-03-14 07:16:03
By Marcus Chown THE Severn bore is a sight to see. When this moving speed bump of water races round a bend in the UK’s longest river, spouting spray up onto the bank and startling the swans, you can’t quite believe your eyes. It is hard to believe that the moon, a quarter of a million miles away, reaches out with its gravitational fingers to fashion such a localised thing. But the Severn bore is striking evidence, if evidence is needed, that the Earth is not, in the words of the late Carl Sagan, an isolated “pale blue dot”,