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Carl Sagan's Pale Blue DotFrom a very early age I've held a deep-rooted fascination for outer [and inner] space, the stars, galaxies, nebulae; the universe/cosmos and nature as a whole. I'd sit for hours peering through a small telescope into the night sky, contemplating it's many hidden wonders and inwardly questioning whether there was any other form of intelligent life peering back at this shy little kid, sat in the back yard of a humble inner city terraced house. Fiercely researching the miscellany of cosmological detail via an astronomy book that belonged to my Father, I furthered my quest for more insight. A weighty tome, rich with information and illustrations, it helped fuel my fascination that naturally evolved into a healthy thirst for exploration, discovery and understanding regarding nature, life and the universe/reality, developing a philosophy that's ever-evolving.
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