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New PDF release: A Taste of Gaelic

By Flora McArthur

ISBN-10: 1900674009

ISBN-13: 9781900674003

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Their very space is solidity proved what Sagan would later emphasize in lectures: a place. Carl Sagan later wrote about his childhood trips to the museum. "I was transfixed by the dioramas lifelike representations of animals and their habitats all over the world. " 75 Like by dinosaurs and read all he could about them. 76 Popular culture reinforced Sagan 's growing interest in science. His parents had taken him to see the 1939 New York World's Disney's film Fantasia, both of which excited him about Fair and Walt different aspects of science (the latter included a dinosaur sequence).

It was that the really close. Brooklyn this further. " She thought hilarious, which She then went and got the right kind of book. simple kid's book. I sat down on a little chair a pint-sized kind of stars By which has never left that you away than appears as dots of light] .... scale of the universe suddenly opened up to me. of a religious experience. [There] was a magnificence to scale me was clear to far away, further me. Never ever left [It was] kind a grandeur, a it, me. 74 the time Carl and Robert were six or seven, they found that by holding two lenses in the right positions, they "could see the craters on the Moon," Gritz recalls.

One of Sagan's friends explained to because they were incredible feats new made of atoms. For source of power was —perhaps even now all its horrific potential, an available for once-unthinkable spaceflight? Science-fiction magazines began depict- BROOKLYN 23 ing astronauts cruising the cosmos, borne by atom-powered rockets. Sagan quit fantasizing about soul travel to Mars and began thinking about rockets. 91 "He was and gangly tall in his eighties, who relatively quiet. as a boy," recalls Rabbi Morrison now "He was Bial, trained Sagan for his bar mitzvah ceremony.

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