Tag Archives: Carl Sagan

Wanderers

“Wanderers is a vision of humanity’s expansion into the Solar System, based on scientific ideas and concepts of what our future in space might look like, if it ever happens. The locations depicted in the film are digital recreations of … Continue reading

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COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey

COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey. Neil deGrasse Tyson updates and re-imagines the classic Carl Sagan programme for a new generation. It’s time to get going again. Onwards!

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Apple Pie Made From Science

Everyone loves apple pies, especially Carl Sagan. Ok, that may not be true, but I love them (at long as they’re gluten free…). But how do you go about making the perfect pie? Over at the New York Times, Amy … Continue reading

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PBS: The Movie

This is a brilliant trailer by Gritty Reboots for PBS: The Movie (PBS meets The Avengers), starring the supreme Carl Sagan, the wonderful Bill Nye, the magnificent Mr Rogers, and the mighty Bob Ross. Why did they make this? In their words: … Continue reading

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Zen Pencils – Pale Blue Dot

Zen Pencils‘ 100th comic, and what better and more fitting way to celebrate it than Carl Sagan‘s phenomenal speech Pale Blue Dot. The fourth panel with all the faces is brilliant. I can name a fair few of them, but … Continue reading

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Pale Blue Dot

I’ve already posted about Carl Sagan‘s wonderful passage on the Pale Blue Dot, but I thought it fitting to end the year 2012 with it again, in a visual representation. Let’s look after the Earth in 2013, for it is … Continue reading

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Carl Sagan – Pale Blue Dot

Today is Carl Sagan‘s birthday. He would have been 78 years old. His essay on the Pale Blue Dot is a wonderful, heartfelt, and thoughtful passage that everyone should listen to. The Pale Blue Dot. That’s here. That’s us. That’s home. … Continue reading

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