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A disturbingly high proportion of the intelligent young are discontented because they find the life before them intolerably confining. a manuscript i wrote on january 14, 1918... a popular fallacy is to expect enormous speed to be obtained... a single life time, even though entirely devoted to research, would not be enough for the investigation of so vast a subject... 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. 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?". all of humanity went to the moon with the apollo missions. an analogy such as this may be misleading, and we believe it to be so in this case. an unknown fault in electrical equipment inside one of the service module's oxygen tanks had produced an explosion during the routine stirring operation, which in turn caused the loss the oxygen in both tanks. and for 50 years, people have been wrong... and i watched the extent of one ocean touch the shores of separate continents. and if the idea is accepted that the world's resources are fixed, then each person is ultimately the enemy of every other person, and each race or nation is the enemy of every other race or nation. and if we are interested in mars at all, it is only because we wonder over our past and worry terribly about our possible future. and this is exploration at its greatest. and wisdom mounts her zenith with the stars..

A hostile sky. a hundred billion? "billions and billions" is pretty vague. a mysterious transaction between the infinity of the soul and the infinity of the universe. a universe that come from nothing in the big bang will disappear at the big crunch. 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. adventure in the fact, the hypothesis in the idea, here is the two big processes of discovery. and it's the saddest moment of my life. and the earth was without form and void. and we're all going to get a chance to make some contribution. and without my expiating on this theme, it should be clear that putting little white dots on a blue-black surface is not enough. 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. arithmetic, geometry, optics, geodesy, mechanics, and whatever others, all offer themselves in its service. armstrong spoke it at a rate of 35 milliseconds*ten times too fast for it to be audible." neil armstrong issued a statement saying:.

Half a world to the left, half a world to the right, i can see it all. 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 circle of fire coming in the sky, noiseless, one rod long with its body and one rod wide. a hostile sky. a lot of people think that all the things that could be invented have been invented. a sky as pure as water bathed the stars and brought them out. a-ok full go. 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. all kinds of danger wait for him on the earth... all of humanity went to the moon with the apollo missions. all of the people involved in the program, to my knowledge, felt challenger was quite ready to go and i made the decision, along with the recommendation of the team supporting me, that we launched. all right. all this world is heavy with the promise of greater things, and a day will come, one days in the unending succession of days, when beings, beings who are now latent in our thoughts and hidden in our loins, shall stand upon this earth as one stands upon a footstool and laugh and reach out their hands amidst the stars. aloft, floating free beneath the moist, gleaming, membrane of bright blue sky, is the rising earth, the only exuberant thing in this part of the cosmos. and don't forget one in the command module... and i was right, nobody remembers what the second person said anyhow. and if the idea is accepted that the world's resources are fixed, then each person is ultimately the enemy of every other person, and each race or nation is the enemy of every other race or nation. and makes men mad. and that leads, of course, to a strong suspicion that everybody else can do it if they want to. and the enthusiastic support of its people. and the only bad thing was the person that i made the bet with didn't pay off. and then, the earth being small, mankind will migrate into space, and will cross the airless saharas which separate planet from planet and sun from sun. and we shall only find out what they are if we go out and look for them. and when the first contact with the outer universe is made, one would like to think that mankind played an active and not merely a passive role*that we were the discoverers, not the discovered. and without my expiating on this theme, it should be clear that putting little white dots on a blue-black surface is not enough. 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. arithmetic, geometry, optics, geodesy, mechanics, and whatever others, all offer themselves in its service..
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