I Love Carl Sagan

For anyone who likes Carl Sagan and the work he's done. 151 People

    Not Alone

    As a boy and young man, I naively thought the world was full of people pretty much just like me, who could someday become my lifelong friends and family once we got to know each other. Painfully, over many years, I learned this was terribly far from the case. Then, a chance...
    AnythngIsPossibl AnythngIsPossibl
    41-45, M
    Nov 22, 2011

    Happy 80th Birthday Carl!

    Here’s a little artistic tribute to my and many others’ greatest inspiration as a scientific storyteller. That his impact is still so great in 2014, when so many who share his meditations and explanations and dreams for humanity weren’t even out of diapers when he passed...
    SrColins SrColins
    46-50, M
    Nov 9, 2014

    I First Read:

    Cosmos some years ago, and it was mindblowing! I have since read it 6 or 7 times, I think. I then read Pale Blue Dot & his fiction piece Contact. Also have a copy of Dragons Of Eden that I am in the middle of reading.
    Kikuchiyo Kikuchiyo
    31-35, M
    1 Response Mar 6, 2008

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    Jan 25, 2014

    A Really Good Interview

    I found an old, really good interview of Carl on the Tonight Show, guest hosted by John Denver. Denver gets dissed big time about 50 seconds in. You'll really want to see this if you're a Sagan fan, a John Denver fan, or just a science fan. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
    krool1969 krool1969
    46-50, M
    1 Response Oct 11, 2013

    Sagan And Science Saved My Soul

    I'd never heard of this incredible man until a few years ago. One night, whilst browsing through our cable TV channels, my Dad gasped. He clicked on a show titled, 'Cosmos'. 'I loved watching this show when I was younger. I'd forgotten about this guy. Watch this, Jibs, you...
    BettyValentine BettyValentine
    22-25, F
    5 Responses Dec 15, 2010

    Sagan is one of my heroes

    and has done more than perhaps any other individual to shape the way I see the world and humanity. I have read most of his books and watched Cosmos a dozen times. His basic insight, that the earth and humanity are not very important in the cosmic scheme of things, is profound...
    Qataram Qataram
    41-45, M
    Apr 6, 2014

    Where Have All The "Sagans" Gone?

    I honestly hope that somewhere out there, there is a man or woman who can re-connect the public with science...  I look around these days and it is very depressing. -It sickens me that these days scientists supposedly = 'elitists', and scientific "Theory" has been equated to...
    HoneySuckler HoneySuckler
    36-40, M
    2 Responses Dec 21, 2010

    I'm A Lesbian, Accept It Or Forget It!

    Hi girls, the article I'm writing is based on lesbians and people not accepting them. I'm 17 and in my younger years I was persistantly teased for bieng a lesbian. Knowing you are a lesbian is a hard and emotianal thing to break through and be certain that you'll be accepted for...
    Wattsmel Wattsmel
    1 Response Sep 13, 2010

    The Varieties of Scientific Experience.

    I just finished reading this book, which was compiled from transcripts from the Gifford Lectures in 1985.  The full title is "The Varieties of Scientific Experience: A Personal View of the Search for God".  A very good read.  I can't say it was really...
    urbancamo urbancamo
    31-35, M
    2 Responses Mar 9, 2008


    So Seth Macfarlane and Neil DeGrasse Tyson are going to be re-booting Cosmos!!! I have watched Carl Sagan 13 episodes like a billion times! Each time I watch it I learn something new! So yea I am a nerd but a super excited nerd!
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    Jun 27, 2012


    " it is far better to grasp the universe as it really is rather than to persist in delusion however satisfying and reassuring." - carl sagan - tattooed on my hip for the rest of my life! <3
    chelsealeehoward chelsealeehoward
    4 Responses Sep 12, 2010
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