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February 27, 2014

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Magdolna Radosits

Thank you, Garr, for bringing up the "Pale Blue Dot" in this context, it was great to have that here and relive its impact. I've never considered Sagan as a spokesperson for science but he definitely is one. Thanks again!

Ross Cranwell

I really like the comment about "Good presenters will ask us to step back and examine the problem from another perspective to better see what is true and what is not".

There is no better way to do this than to look than an 'alien's' eyes, like you said, and take out all the prejudices between countries etc.

I'll remember than alien reference in the future :)

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