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Thank you for stressing that cross pollination between disciplines does have practical solutions. Work smarter, not harder. I certainly am ecstatic that exploratory surgery is not always necessary and we can study objects without destruction. Cat scans have been quite a boon to historians and archaeologists. Xrays and Gamma rays are integral to the universe, and we as humans are finding ways to utilize what is available.
Thank you for your Nova Science Now series. I just finished Can We live forever. Mr Tyson while agree with you on nearly every point i must say before we can even think of leaving this planet again we need to invest in the ability to live below the sea. If we as a nation and a planet cannot do better to control oil disasters and have the technology to live at the bottom of this planet then we don't deserve to go to another. Not yet. We have to finish what we start here and if by the time we can successfully colonize the Pacific Ocean then I'd say we'd be much better off for space travel. Mars would be a breeze.
Love this show! Keep them coming, please.
Dr. Tyson, I've enjoyed every show with interest,hoping another is coming soon.My freinds have no interest when I try braudening their horizons with discussions in topics of science or simple observations of everything around us. I find it frustrating when they get lost after my first sentence, I get that alot, do you?
The physicist made a mistake and discovered the MRI. Maybe, the biggest mistake was made by God? He might have been trying to make an MRI machine and ended up with Adam. He gave up after his second failure, Eve
Thanks Neil for all your inspiring messages. You give us hope for our future and drive for continued advancement.
I am 11 and I have always been interested in science, but since you've been on Nova Science Now, I have become more sure that I want to become a astro- physicist when I grow up. Thank You
We enjoyed the show tonight so much, thank you Mr. Tyson, we try not to miss any of your programs, and we love your cosmic vest.
Ossie Ronen and Don Miles
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