Cosmos comes to the Science Channel for the last time


by binzing
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binzing
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Jun10-08, 10:38 PM
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Carl Sagan's Cosmos is going to be shown for the last time on the Science Channel on the 22nd in an all day marathon, starting at 10 in the morning.
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Jun11-08, 01:50 AM
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Why would it be the last? When 5 years from now people want to see it again, Science Channel will say "Uhh, no, we don't want good ratings, we already said we wouldn't air it."
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Hey, I'm just passing on what it said...

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Jun11-08, 03:00 AM
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Cosmos comes to the Science Channel for the last time


And i'll be there watching it. IMO, he's one of the greatest scientists that made science and astronomy interesting to the layman. I owe my current love of both to him.

RIP Carl Sagan

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JX_-jaJOrU


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