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Carl Sagan and Immanuel Velikovsky By Charles Ginenthal
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About this book... Since the publication of Worlds in Collision, Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky's unconventional theories of the origin of the solar system have generated immense interest and bitter... More > controversy. Chief among his critics has been the well-known astronomer, author and television personality, Dr. Carl Sagan, of Cornell University. While brilliantly defending Velikovsky's work, Carl Sagan and Immanuel Velikovsky mercilessly dissects Sagan, his blatantly snide, dishonest and unprofessional 'arguments,' and exposes the sordid and unscientific side of 'scientific' controversy.< Less
From Ikisan Station By Miriam Sagan
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"The themes are rural Japan, Japanese/American history, family, travel,  and constructing a sense of self in a new place. It was a beautiful experience. At Studio Kura Isabel and I did a... More > text/suminagashi/video installation in an ancient grain silo (a Kura) and a geocached haiku pathway in a local garden. That was the main focus. These poems were written early in the morning before our collaboration work--and many field trips--began each day." ~ Miriam Sagan< Less
The Electric Palm Tree By Miriam Sagan
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The Electric Palm Tree was written out on the salt flats in Wendover, Utah as part of a residency with land use interpretation. Its themes are desertification, water use, weapons, ecological... More > destruction...as well as solitude, beauty, and inner seeking. Excerpt: WHERE AM I? In a landscape pitted and mined. At the edge of three million acres of the military's bombing range. Where bombs are buried in undocumented locations. Where I can see old munitions mounds spreading out over the landscape like the ancient MIssissippian city of Cahokia. Craters. Historic aircraft. A landscape big enough to lose a plane or a bomb in. A landscape that seems to make people want to drive really fast, crash into things, and blow them up. On the boundary between Wendover, Utah and West Wendover, which is Nevada, and which sports casinos and strip clubs. This isn't exactly Walden Pond.< Less
The Great Reflector By Sagan James
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Taking place against a backdrop of the cosmos as we currently understand it... and the mysterious mind-boggling murder of his mother, The Great Reflector is a story of a brilliant young man seeking... More > answers to life's great questions and our ultimate capacity to survive. His unyielding personality leads him to discover a unique relationship, which may be viewed with controversy by some religious scholars, between humankind and the rest of the universe. This relationship also helps him to understand the roots of his mother's murder. Beginning in 2009 and taking the reader into the year 2033, as an unpredicted galactic transformation is taking place, The Great Reflector additionally illustrates how countries will move towards worldwide cooperation in space, but yet be ever bogged down in politics and mistrust. The Great Reflector ultimately presents a novel but powerful thought on the hierarchy of the universe itself. Readers will find this thinking difficult to discount.< Less
The Great Reflector By Sagan James
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The Great Reflector is a mystery about a brilliant young man trying to answer life's great questions: why are we here, can we really know about afterlife, can human beings someday live on... More > indefinitely, and can we someday take control of life's random life-changing events. It is also about the surprising murder of his mother and how this brilliant young man is able to learn more about his mother's murder. Integral to trying to answer life’s great questions, The Great Reflector is also about cautiously distinguishing between proclaimed truth and proven truth. The story is formed around an interweaving of well chronicled leading edge scientific topics and a proposed but difficult to discount relationship between humankind and the rest of the universe.< Less
The Great Reflector By Sagan James
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Taking place against a backdrop of the cosmos as we currently understand it, The Great Reflector is a story of a brilliant young man seeking answers to life's great questions and our ultimate... More > capacity to survive. His unyielding personality leads him to discover a unique relationship, which may be viewed with controversy by some religious scholars, between humankind and the rest of the universe. Beginning in 2009 and taking the reader into the year 2033, as an unpredicted galactic transformation is taking place, The Great Reflector additionally illustrates how countries will move towards worldwide cooperation in space, but yet be ever bogged down in politics and mistrust. The Great Reflector ultimately presents a novel but powerful thought on the hierarchy of the universe itself. Readers will find this thinking difficult to discount.< Less
Post-Human//Future Tense By Nicholas Sagan
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Catalog and essay entries for graduate student exhibition Post-Human//Future Tense. Exhibit ran Nov-Jan 2010-11 at Columbia College Chicago.
Obsidian Sun By Michael Janzen & Sagan Yee
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Quetzalcoatl and Tezcatlipoca, born into cosmic equilibrium and divided by fate, destroyed and remade the universe four times over during their eternal conflict. Now, in the Fifth Age of humanity,... More > they continue their constant struggle to define their relationship with mortals...< Less
Volume 0228, 2002 Minnesota Vikings season --- 2002 Sagan Tosu season By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 0228, 2002 Minnesota Vikings season---2002 Sagan Tosu season Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards... More > the inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
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