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Desc:Carl Sagan dreams of visiting other worlds, and the loss of our own.
Category:Science & Technology, Educational
Tags:dream, carl sagan, cosmos, humanity
Submitted:Caminante Nocturno
Date:01/28/10
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spencer - 2010-01-28
Incredible. Maybe not the best choice for the first thing I watch today, but a timeless message nonetheless. And Sagan delivers it here with devastating effectiveness.

"We accepted the products of science, but rejected its methods." That pretty much sums it up right there. I really hope we can sort this one out.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-01-28
I totally want that book.
Tuan Jim - 2010-01-28
I grew up with Cosmos. Looking at the pictures as a small child, then reading it and coming back to it as a young adult.

I think it had a definite effect. Not that I was inoculated against religion in a bullshit sort of way, but rather the opposite. The sense of wonder and awe at the universe we live in, and faith (as well as wonder and awe) in the human potential and striving to understand it has strongly informed my practice of Buddhism.

The text's warning about the tendency of religious political structures to stifle that potential has only helped me to diligently maintain that inquisitive, investigative, and above all open and curious, mindset that so many people who say that they believe in science have abandoned a long time ago, if indeed they ever had it at all.


Syd Midnight - 2010-01-28
Get "Pale Blue Dot" too, its an update of sorts.

Oh and how sad.. the google ad for this was http://www.quantumjumping.com/lp/supernatural

megaspy2000 - 2010-01-28
i had a small collection of carl sagan's books since around age 10-11, cosmos included. this was after watching the cosmos series as a child through the years (my dad was always watching documentaries). i grew up with him; he's like a mentor to me

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-01-28
Sagan is one of the very few people who can move me to tears.
chumbucket - 2010-01-28
"and somewhere just after hearing the broadcast opener of the Richard Heene variety hour season 4, utter silence..."

splatterbabble - 2010-01-28
Carl Sagan is such a downer...
Riskbreaker - 2010-01-28
Sagan.
Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2010-01-28
Lucky for him he didn't get to endure the Bush years like the rest of us.
pastorofmuppets - 2010-01-28
And Pat Robertson is still alive.
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