- 10 Questions - by: Neil - Developed on:
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Neil Armstrong once said, “I think we’re going to the Moon because it’s in the nature of the human being to face challenges. It’s by the nature of his deep inner soul. We’re required to do these things just as salmon swim upstream.”Just as powerful as our urge to face challenges, we humans also have the drive to record what we’ve seen. During our earlier ages of exploration, such as the Polynesian exploration of the Pacific or the age of European sailing ships, we recorded our discoveries through stories or the written word or paintings.But the exploration of space has been unique. During our entire venture into the heavens, we have had access to photography. We can take living pictures for every new boundary broken and every new horizon. These are 10 such images, the first of their kind, taken in and about the infinite expanse of space.
- 10 Questions - by: Daniel Melvin - Updated on: 2018-05-08 - Developed on:
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This list attempts to explore the most important philosophers in history. If you disagree with who is and is not on the list, or about placement, please comment below. Philosophy is first and foremost an exploration of ideas.
- 10 Questions - by: Code Name Sophie Lacroix - Developed on:
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Are you new to the site, or would like to get to know more people? Well, here's a list of suggestions for how to do just that. Have any questions? Feedback? Tell me in the comments! *I am not a professional, therefore these may not be helpful for everyone. --Code Name Sophie LaCroix