12 June 2010
Brian Cox on Exploration
Posted by Dan Satterfield
Brian Cox was host of Wonders Of The Solar System on the BBC earlier this year. As I wrote in a previous post, the series was the first I have seen that surpassed Carl Sagan’s COSMOS.
TED (Ideas Worth Spreading) invited Cox to make a talk on exploration. I do not even have to watch it to know that I should post it here.
I cannot imagine that I’ll disagree with it.
OK, so now I have watched it.
Thought you might like to see the original presentation of Pale Blue Dot by Carl Sagan. I have the audio. The pictures are from NASA. I might be pushing fair use but it’s only a small clip of audio from an hour long program, and I think Carl Sagan (If he were alive today, and witnessing for himself the war on science underway in America) would approve.
[QUICKTIME http://www.wildwildweather.com/movie/Paleblue.m4v 640 480]
Oh and this- Look who just got an OBE (Order of the British Empire)! (Read down aways)