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A chinese tale tells of some men sent to harm a young girl who, upon seeing her beauty, become her protectors rather than her violators. a few million years ago there were no humans. a hundred billion? "billions and billions" is pretty vague. a manuscript i wrote on january 14, 1918... a satellite vehicle with appropriate instrumentation can be expected to be one of the most potent scientific tools of the twentieth century. a sky as pure as water bathed the stars and brought them out. a very fit consideration, and matter of reflection, for those kings and princes who sacrifice the lives of so many people, only to flatter their ambition in being masters of some pitiful corner of this small spot. after the apollo 13 recovery, grumman aerospace corporation (designers and builders of the lunar module) sent a spoof invoice a441066 to north american rockwell (designers and builders of the command and service modules) for towing the rest of apollo 13 around the moon and home to earth. and as we know now, and as i pointed out many times, the great plume of fire at the bottom of the space shuttle is actually dollar bills burning, and the most efficient method of destroying american dollar bills as has ever been devised by man. and i tried to assure this person that that wasn't the case. and makes men mad. and the earth was without form and void. and the only way it's going to happen is to have some kid fantasize about getting his ray gun, jumping into his spaceship, and flying into outer space. and this is exploration at its greatest. and you work well, yes, you think well, without sweat, without difficulty as if the biblical curse in the sweat of thy face and in sorrow no longer exists, as if you've been born again. apollo 8 has 5,600,000 parts and 1.5 million systems, subsystems and assemblies..

A circle of fire coming in the sky, noiseless, one rod long with its body and one rod wide. a martian colony could keep the flame of civilization and culture alive until earth could be reverse-colonized from mars. a sense of the unknown has always lured mankind and the greatest of the unknowns of today is outer space. about every 1500 million years this ball of radio waves will double in diameter; and it will go on expanding in geometrical progression for ever. after i give lectures*on almost any subject*i am often asked, "do you believe in ufos?". and different tribes of men, kinds of wild beasts. and god bless all of you, all of you on the good earth. and i was right, nobody remembers what the second person said anyhow. and twinkle on the milky way, and we shall only find out what they are if we go out and look for them. and whether or not we're going to see in in the next 10 or 20 years, there are people alive today who will see manufacturing in space from moon materials or from asteroids..

'tis likely enough that there may be means invented of journeying to the moon; and how happy they shall be that are first successful in this attempt. 'tis not too late to seek a newer world... a chinese tale tells of some men sent to harm a young girl who, upon seeing her beauty, become her protectors rather than her violators. a single life time, even though entirely devoted to research, would not be enough for the investigation of so vast a subject... a truly isolated, small, and creative society will never again be possible on this planet. after about two minutes, then it's too late really, because if you were to lift off after two minutes after the normal landing, mike collins is going around and around and he's too far ahead for you to catch up to him in a reasonable time, and he's going to have to do some other maneuvers so that you can catch up with him. al is on the surface. and darkness was upon the face of the deep... and different tribes of men, kinds of wild beasts. and don't forget one in the command module... and even if the requisite fuel were produced, it would still have to be shown that the rocket machine would operate at 459 degrees below zero*the temperature of interplanetary space. and it's been a long way, but we're here. and thanks for putting me on relay, houston. and the earth was without form and void. and the only bad thing was the person that i made the bet with didn't pay off. and we shall only find out what they are if we go out and look for them. and we're all going to get a chance to make some contribution. and yet it moves. apollo 8 has 5,600,000 parts and 1.5 million systems, subsystems and assemblies. are physical forces alone at work there, or has evolution begotten something more complex, something not akin to what we know on earth as life? it is in this that lies the peculiar interest of mars. armstong was an amazing test pilot and aerospace engineer, but he had been awake for 24 hours at the time of the moonwalk. armstrong didn't realize the 'a' was not heard until after he got back to earth..
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