Why yes, yes I do. While doing a quick back to the future check-in yesterday on Carl Sagan and Cosmos for my post on Phoenix and Mars, I learned that one of Sagan’s children, his son Nick Sagan, became a writer. Nick Sagan has written for the large and small screen, television, award winning science fiction and a very intriguing recent work of non-fiction titled You Call This The Future?: The Greatest Inventions Sci-Fi Imagined and Science Promised. I’ve always thought that the most common such invention was the cell phone. Yup. I loved Star Trek as a kid and what are cell phones but the real life realization of the communicator (minus the other worldly range)? And now you can even get one Bluetooth compatible!
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Universalist minister in MA. I enjoy thinking about the relationships between spirituality, religion, politics and popular culture. I'm an organic gardener, I play guitar, enjoy chess, and love Bruce Springsteen, U2 and the Boston Red Sox. View all posts by revtony