>"Why should he be concerned enough to write a book about it, covering what other scientists (who are presumably concerned) have to say about it?" Beats me.
>"Isn't it a waste of time for real scientists such as these to be concerned?" In my opinion, yes.
>"Or don't you read astrophysics?" I don't have time to read all the stuff I think is interesting and might actually contribute to my life.
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