Science is an ongoing process. It never ends. There is no single ultimate truth to be achieved, after which all the scientists can retire. And because this is so, the world is far more interesting, both for the scientists and for the millions of people in every nation who, while not professional scientists, are deeply interested in the methods and findings of science.

Carl Sagan

Carl Sagan

American astronomer, astrophysicist, cosmologist, author

9 November 1934 — 20 December 1996

Carl Sagan: Cosmos


Page XIX

Random House



Time of publication: April 30, 2012

Length: 370 characters

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