Kabocha

Venus has a runaway greenhouse effect. I kind of want to know what happened there because we’re twirling knobs here on Earth without knowing the consequences of it. Mars once had running water. It’s bone dry today. Something bad happened there as well.

When an industry matures, it means it’s not advancing, and of course the jobs go overseas. That’s the obligation of the multi-national corporation: to put the factory where it can make the widget as cheap as possible. Don’t get angry when a corporation does that; we’ve all bought into this concept. We live in a capitalistic society.

Do you realize that if you fall into a black hole, you will see the entire future of the Universe unfold in front of you in a matter of moments and you will emerge into another space-time created by the singularity of the black hole you just fell into?

As a citizen, as a public scientist, I can tell you that Einstein essentially overturned a so strongly established paradigm of science, whereas Darwin didn’t really overturn a science paradigm.

What you need, above all else, is a love for your subject, whatever it is. You’ve got to be so deeply in love with your subject that when curve balls are thrown, when hurdles are put in place, you’ve got the energy to overcome them.

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