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A little levity is appropriate in a dangerous trade. cover of rand report sm-11827 down one path is a future of limits to growth, environmental degradation and ultimately extinction. first, inevitably, the idea, the fantasy, the fairy tale. i can assure you that, given they exist, these flying saucers are made by no power on this earth. i felt like i was seeing, woven together, the power and scale of the entire world. i'm almost never asked, "how good is the evidence that ufos are alien spaceships?" imagine how foolish you would feel if you didn't try only because someone said you're a lunatic. it is both wonderful and unsettling to live on a planet that is unique. it's not brain surgery. it's really incumbent upon us as life's agents to extend life to another planet. many say exploration is part of our destiny, but it's actually our duty to future generations and their quest to ensure the survival of the human species. nature does not reveal her mysteries once and for all. now i know why i'm here. on the left-hand side of the [the] field equation we may add the fundamental tensor guv, multiplied by a universal constant, -?, at present unknown, without destroying the general covariance. some of the worlds have no animal or vegetable life nor any water. some things simply are inherent to the design of the bird and cannot be made better without going and getting a new generation of spacecraft. that our own stellar universe may be but one of hundreds of thousands of similar universes... the earth should be regarded as the womb of life*but one cannot remain in the womb forever. the first men who set out for mars had better make sure they leave everything at home in apple-pie order. the one necessary and sufficient reason we are called to the space frontier is buried deep within us.it is a feeling... the race will survive. the roman empire controlled the world because it could build roads... the stars are the apexes of what wonderful triangles! what distant and different beings in the various mansions of the universe are contemplating the same one at the same moment! there will come a time when our descendants will be amazed that we we did not know things that are so plain to them... we are at a turning point in human history... we go into space because whatever mankind must undertake, free men must fully share... why then drag in such irrelevant matters as wasted dollars and power politics? you could see the flames and the outer skin of the spacecraft glowing; and burning, baseball-size chunks flying off behind us..
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A hundred billion? "billions and billions" is pretty vague. but it's something that is a surprise, but then you understand * well, that's the way you should do it; you should call right away, things like that. but that lease is limited; we know for sure that it will expire after a few billion more... colonizing new worlds... from out there on the moon, international politics look so petty. i felt very, very small. i yelp astronomy like a sun-dog, and paw the constellations like ursa major. it's breathtaking. let him but indistinctly see a thing, or even be undecided as to whether he does actually see it and he will then and there set himself to theorizing, and build immense castles of conjecture on a foundation, of whose existence he is by no means certain. lights all askew in the heavens: men of science more or less agog over results of eclipse observations. my goal is simple. so we'll start by sending astronauts to an asteroid for the first time in history. srm clevis joint leakage study 1977 the air tastes good. the perfection of the rocket in my opinion will give to future warfare the horror unknown in previous conflicts and will make possible destruction of nations, in a cool, passionless and scientific fashion. the united states was not built by those who waited and rested and wished to look behind them. there is no hope of competing for racing speed with either our locomotives or our automobiles. there is not room in this country for any but a fully cooperative, urgently motivated, all-out effort toward space leadership. what can there be concerning outer space but ignorance?.
And we have been that way for thousands of years. behind us yawn the chasms of the primordial past, when this universe was a dead and silent place; before us rise the broad sunlit uplands of a living cosmos. down one path is a future of limits to growth, environmental degradation and ultimately extinction. earth is just too small and fragile a basket for mankind to keep all its eggs in. for example, there is no such thing as down, because 'down' is in the direction in which bodies move at accelerated speeds... i felt like i was seeing, woven together, the power and scale of the entire world. i thought of their unfathomable distance, and the slow inevitable drift of their movements out of the unknown past into the unknown future. i would not have that gift expire... i would not see our candle blown out in the wind. it feels really good. it is the stars, the stars above us govern our conditions. just as the moon hovers above the earth without falling down to it, so a man there can hover over a chasm which would be frightening to earthlings. man looks aloft, and with erected eyes no, it's american cheese. obviously a major malfunction. on the clear hyaline, the glassie sea; our passionate preoccupation with the sky, the stars, and a god somewhere in outer space is a homing impulse. so if the worth of the arts were measured by the matter with which they deal, this art*which some call astronomy, others astrology, and many of the ancients the consummation of mathematics*would be by far the most outstanding. that america's challenge of today has forged man's destiny of tomorrow. the surface of the airship looked as if it were made of aluminum, which exposure to wind and weather had turned dark....the airship went at tremendous speed. the universe is a big place, perhaps the biggest. the universe, so far as we can observe it, is a wonderful and immense engine; its extent, its order, its beauty, its cruelty, makes it alike impressive. there is not room in this country for any but a fully cooperative, urgently motivated, all-out effort toward space leadership. watch the original tv broadcast of the dedication on the moon (mpeg) we came in peace for all mankind. when this stage was reached, humanity would have a precious insurance policy against catastrophe at home. when we find space so hideously void, we are describing our own unbearable emptiness. why then confess you must.