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Dr. Carl Sagan, one of my all-time heros, passed away earlier today. Scientist, author, teacher, explorer and all-around credit to the human race, he will be missed.

This thread is a place where you can tell us if/when/how Sagan enlightened or inspired you.
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103 I remember Sagan all over the media about the time of the Gulf War saying that Zoltan!-08/26/1999 01:03 PM
102 jb, Thanks for posting the story. I'll look forward to the Sagan biographTom Smith-08/24/1999 01:58 PM
101 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) ? The late astronomer and author Carl Sagan was a secret butjbIII-08/23/1999 05:42 PM
100 Nope, that link is the same as the first. I think my browser is too old (NetscTom Smith-08/23/1999 05:30 PM  Try this one, not sure if the link is too long or what. It wjbIII-08/22/1999 09:25 PM
98 jb, That link only goes to the AP page. Try again? Tom Tom Smith-08/22/1999 08:48 PM
97 Hmm the truth behind "Billions and Billions....  jbIII-08/22/1999 01:18 PM
96 Tasty this is a friggin joke. i spent all the time clicking round the Zili InceRockyBalboa-03/09/1999 04:51 PM
95 All:  Eagle-02/15/1999 02:46 PM
94 My brother Ray found this: Link: SI Message 4465219 Don Pueblo-05/14/1998 10:22 PM
93 i just want to keep this thread open and........ah............ready. j  james h. snyder-05/13/1998 11:30 PM
92 Hi James. I still have this thread bookmarked, but no activity here since lastTom Smith-02/23/1998 09:55 AM
91 great thread.......where is everyone??????? j james h. snyder-02/20/1998 10:32 PM
90 Dear Ron, Yes, "A Demon-Haunted World" is a fine work. Wouldn'tDroog-04/02/1997 04:57 AM
89 Excellent point. I encourage you to read Carl Sagan's book I wrote about inCrater Lake Hermit-03/31/1997 05:38 PM
88 Dear Tom and all, This week's bizarre spectacle in San Diego highlights thDroog-03/30/1997 07:38 PM
87 Tom i hope that you witnessed the "Comet" of 1811 last recoreded dateSDJ-03/20/1997 08:31 AM
86 Tom Smith RE:"electromagnetics" as per your e-mail adress, Sam D'SDJ-03/20/1997 02:34 AM
85 Mr.Tom Smith, You Have Been" Insperational",to say the least!! Iam glSDJ-03/19/1997 08:21 PM
84 Mr.Tom Smith:RE:post#33,Tom after reading again the posts on this thread,i knowSDJ-03/19/1997 04:03 PM
83 Ron, Yes, I saw the item you posted just before I signed on to SI today. VeryTom Smith-03/14/1997 09:32 AM
82 Here is an update on the Martian rocks.  Crater Lake Hermit-03/13/1997 08:18 PM
81 I just found this forum. I thank you and all those that contributed. In 1995 Crater Lake Hermit-03/13/1997 04:14 AM
80 SDJ, Thanks for the compliments. Glad to know you enjoyed and learned from myTom Smith-03/11/1997 12:00 PM
79 Dear Mr. Tom Smith: You are intelligent as your writings show It!!! Keep up theSDJ-03/11/1997 10:08 AM
78 Tom, I thank you for this labor of love, and completing the synopsis. I also enIceShark-02/25/1997 10:26 PM
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