Based on his 13-part television series, discusses science in a broad human context summarizing how science and civilization grew up together, considers the findings on life elsewhere, and the directions our science might take in the future.
Recorded at the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the United Nations, this audio work features the Pulitzer Prize-wining author, Dr. Carl Sagan. His presentation evoked the sane tenets and mysteries offered in his immensely popular PBS series, "Cosmos", and his bestselling book, "The Dragons of Eden". These cassettes also include many of the world's leading religious and political leaders. Posthumously, Dr. Sagan's novel, "Contact", is now a...