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#13267 10/29/05 07:41 AM
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About Origins

Born of the extraordinary accomplishments of 20th century physics, astronomy, geology, and biology, the Origins program takes up the challenge of answering questions as old as our species. When Galileo first turned his tiny telescope to the night sky, he saw the Milky Way resolved into millions of stars, in one stroke expanding our grasp of the universe to a scale that had not been imagined from the sight of eyes alone. The growth of scientific culture and tools over the next three centuries revealed a vast realm, each at-first-incomprehensible discovery assimilated into an increasingly uncomfortable reality. The eruptive growth of 20th century astronomy has brought us an appreciation of how vast, old, and unearthly the universe is, and has left humanity struggling for a sense of our own significance consistent with the reality of who and what we are. But science has also given us something that will help, by promising answers to our ancient questions: Where did we come from? Are we alone? When the answers to these questions are known, our civilizations will evolve new visions of who we are and what our futures might be. Already we have learned enough to appreciate that the universe is enormous and ancient, but life - tiny and transient - is its precious jewel.

http://origins.jpl.nasa.gov/about/index.html

"We Are All Made Of Stars"

Growing in numbers
Growing in speed
Can't fight the future
Can't fight what I see

People they come together
People they fall apart
No one can stop us now
'Cause we are all made of stars

Efforts of lovers
Left in my mind
I sing in the reaches
We'll see what we find

People they come together
People they fall apart
No one can stop us now
'Cause we are all made of stars

People they come together
People they fall apart
No one can stop us now
'Cause we are all made of stars

Slow slow slow, come come
Someone come come come
Even love is goin' 'round
You can't ignore what is goin' 'round

Slowly rebuilding
I feel it in me
Growing in numbers
Growing in peace

People they come together
People they fall apart
No one can stop us now
'Cause we are all made of stars

People they come together
People they fall apart
No one can stop us now
'Cause we are all made of stars

People they come together
(People they come together)
People they fall apart
(People they fall apart)
No one can stop us now
(No one can stop us now)
'Cause we are all made of stars
(We are all made of stars)

We are all made of stars
People they come together
We are all made of stars
(People they fall apart)
We are all made of stars
(No one can stop us now)
'Cause we are all made of stars
(We are all made of stars)

"I Moby (born Richard Melville Hall on September 11, 1965 in Harlem, New York City) hereby grant SAGG permission to display 'We Are All Made Of Stars' lyrics; for educational purposes only. I Moby take my performing name from my relative Herman Melville, author of Moby Dick."

NASA REWIND ARC, NYC 2004

'What a beautiful day God made.'
"Yea, and he turned the lights on too."
~Jonah ~Jonas

Bye Bye

Garry W. Denke
Geologist/Geophysicist
http://www.garrydenke.com
http://www.denocoinc.com

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#13268 11/08/05 12:27 PM
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Supported by:

Biogen Idec Foundation
The William A. Haseltine Foundation for Medical Sciences and the Arts
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
National Science Foundation
Department of Energy
Roche Molecular Systems
Applied Biosystems

Genetic Origins

#13269 11/12/05 11:50 PM
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Thank you for posting the link to this origins program, Garry. This is exactly the kind of thing i'm interested in.


"The first Human who hurled an insult instead of a stone was the founder of civilization." -Sigmund Freud
#13270 11/22/05 12:19 AM
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Hi Gary:

I see you as a very acomplished person. Your profound beliefs become you. I wish you well.
jjw


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