Carl Sagan's Insight: The Man Was Ahead of his Time

Noam Chomksy on the Future of Civilization

With strong emphasis on Carl Sagan and Ernst Mayr, Noam Chomsky brilliantly lays out the impending world that we are living in.

Carl Sagan

Carl Sagan peacefully details our utmost need for religion here, yet how religion contrasts with the desire for knowledge. Contrast is natural, yet so is our desire for alignment.

Ultimately, though, Sagan's regard for humanity, that "Knowledge is preferable to ignorance," is a greater depiction for humanity than church-life.

Consider this: if ANY religion were correct, then why would there be any demand for more than just one? Hmmm....

Sagan on Religion

The Cosmos

Carl Sagan describes the existent world in which we are currently living, what will be and what has been, especially with the stars -- which have provided every element except hydrogen and helium -- and our ultimate cosmic nature. Most notably, he benevolently speaks of the purpose of humanity and what we can ulitimately seek to provide.

Political spite of those Agenda 21 evils, now revised into Agenda 2030, the NWO, the Bilderberg, the CFR and the Trilateral Commission, blah, blah, blah, can be consuming and confusing, so we all need to look at the big picture most of all.

Who Speaks for Earth?

As a result...

Political greed, spite, and other angst, in turn, only fuels emotions of indignation, outrage, and then aggression -- unless we choose apathy alongside the majority of the U.S. Citizenry. However, avoidance and utter ignorance resolves nothing, either. Thus, I feel that we all need to balance our true aims on the overall, as elegantly pointed out by Carl Sagan, rather than focusing too gravely on the despair, feelings of overwhelmed anxiety, and feeding back this same hatred from these bullies now running the United States, the U.K., ALL of Europe, and ultimately our current world.

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