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In Memory of Dr. Carl Sagan

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On December 20th, 2006 it will be 10 years since Carl Sagan passed away.

He is remembered for many things - a quick survey of various blogs and websites turns up tons of pro-science and pro-atheist sites. That’s all well and good and Carl did a lot to influence these folks. However what I’ll remember most about him was his pure love of spreading a love for science.

I never met the man but I spent hours watching (and catching reruns) of Cosmos. His name too me is always synonymous with wonder.

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