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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. as i looked out into space, i was overwhelmed by the darkness. don't say he's hypocritical, i have not the smallest molecule of faith in aerial navigation other than ballooning, or of the expectation of good results from any of the trials we heard of. if we do our homework right, never again should an asteroid that can do damage on the ground impact the earth. in the new wilderness of the solar system may lie the future preservation of mankind. it is the last day, barring unforeseen circumstances, that we will not have a human presence in space. man has always gone where he has been able to go. mortal as i am, i know that i am born for a day, but when i follow the serried multitude of the stars in their circular course, my feet no longer touch the earth; i ascend to zeus himself to feast me on ambrosia, the food of the gods. no trace of age, no fear to die. not secondary to the sun, she gives us his blaze again, only someone stripped of awe can leave a launch untouched. program alarm, it's a 1202. the farmer has exchanged his birthright in them for the wattage of his all-night sun. the history of astronomy is a history of receding horizons. the problem is that we're looking for something very much like us, assuming that they at least have something like the same mathematics and technology. the things that we share in our world are far more valuable than those which divide us. the urge is older than history. three: the weight of any machine constructed for flying, including fuel and engineer, cannot be less than three or four hundred pounds. we have seen this same phenomenon on several other flights and there is absolutely no concern for entry. what first steps in human history would one have chosen to witness, if one could travel in time? the vikings coming ashore wherever they did come ashore * newfoundland? * in north america? or the first little boat from columbus's ship scraping the land under her keel? yet all of that, or any other bit of geographical discovery, we should be seeing with hindsight. when you look at the stars and the galaxy, you feel you are not just from any particular piece of land, but from the solar system. will this happen before our technological civilization disintegrates, leaving this as a might-have-been? will the self-sustaining space communities be established before a catastrophe sets back the prospect of any such enterprise, perhaps foreclosing it forever? we live at what could be a defining moment for the cosmos..

But we query whether that means atom bombs and bimbes glacees; sac by general lemay, and sack dresses by christian dior; lower taxes and higher rockers*all this and heaven too. has lost a battle more important and greater than pearl harbor. i know the stars are my home. i think that they possibly are manned by intelligent observers who are members of a race that may have been investigating our earth for centuries. i thought i said it. if we survive, our time will be famous for two reasons: that at this dangerous moment of technological adolescence we managed to avoid self-destruction; and because this is the epoch in which we began our journey to the stars. in 1492 columbus knew less about the far atlantic than we do about the heavens, yet he chose not to sail with a flotilla of less than three ships... in first place we must observe that the universe is spherical. it doesn't really require a pilot, and besides, you'd have to sweep the monkey shit off the seat before you could sit down. it speaks of the possibility of life. lights all askew in the heavens: men of science more or less agog over results of eclipse observations. looking out over a very beautiful, beautiful world... mars and the moon are two ugly islands. okay, houston, we've had a problem here. on scientific grounds this big bang assumption is much less the palatable of the two. operating in this pure and virtually gravity-free environment, factories could produce novel materials worth as much as $30,000 a pound back here on earth... outer space is no place for a person of breeding. prometheus is reaching out for the stars with an empty grin on his face. saw the vision of the world, and all the wonder that would be; space shuttle challenger explosion the dominant species that replaces us in post-apocalyptic earth just might wonder, as they gaze upon our mounted skeletons in their natural history museums, why large headed homo sapiens fared no better than the proverbially peabrained dinosaurs. the horizon is dark blue, smoothly turning to black... the world is being americanized and technologized to its limits, and that makes it dull for some people. this is a downpayment on the future of mankind. this is our home, and this is all we've got. to consider the earth as the only populated world in infinite space is as absurd as to assert that in an entire field sown with millet, only one grain will grow. two things inspire me to awe*the starry heavens above and the moral universe within. until now in world's history, whenever we've had a dark age, its been temporary and local. we want to explore. what a beautiful view..

All kinds of danger wait for him on the earth... and makes its circuit to the other; and this is exploration at its greatest. for i dipt into the future, far as human eye could see, from our descendants' perches on other planets or distant space cities, they will look back at our achievement with wonder at our courage and audacity and with appreciation at our accomplishments, which assured the future in which they live. gaia's children might never die out--provided they move into space. honest. i really believe that if the political leaders of the world could see their planet from a distance of 100,000 miles their outlook could be fundamentally changed. i would spend hours and hours gazing at the stars and wondering, what's out there? sometimes i wondered if... if i become president, i'll make every piece of information this country has about ufo sightings available to the public and the scientists if there is anything that can bind the heavenly mind of man to this dreary exile of our earthly home and can reconcile us with our fate so that one can enjoy living*then it is verily the enjoyment of the mathematical sciences and astronomy. if we can move it a few thousand miles into space, we still have it, but not on earth. just as a chimpanzee can't understand quantum theory, it could be there as aspects of reality that are beyond the capacity of our brains they could be staring us in the face and we just don't recognise them. my first impression when i opened the hatch was of a huge earth and of the sense of unreality concerning everything that was going on. no one should go into it without a call. nothing will stop us. silently, one by one, the beauty of heaven, the glory of the stars, an ornament giving light in the highest places of the lord. the forget-me-nots of the angels. the mind that grasps its facts and principles receives something of the enlargement and grandeur belonging to the science itself. the soviet union has become the seacoast of the universe. this isn't the work of one man or even a group of men. to make inhabitable all worlds as yet uninhabitable, and all life purposeful. today, rock 84001 speaks to us across all those billions of years and millions of miles. until they come to see us from their planet, i wait patiently. we hoped we could push this day back forever. we're floating here on the shoulders of giants..
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