July 25, 2013
The Planetary Society rates among the most valiant and noble of all human endeavor. As humans, our history has been a sad one of the conquering of each other through increasing technological strife. Without greater challenges and goals, we seem compelled to compete for smaller bits of a very finite place. The Planetary Society teaches us about the real abilities to reach out beyond our beautiful planet and consider, perhaps for the first time in history, how cooperation can send us out in admirable voyages of fascinating discovery, beyond conflict, to become the greatest note in history. We would be required to set aside our differences for the sake of a goal that could only be achieved by the participation of all of us. As a member, I get the very closest to being part of this and I am the ordinary "Joe off the streets." The ability of the staff at Planetary to inform at varying levels has kept my interest here for many years though I couldn't always keep my membership active. It gets technical and space exploration science is explained for the less technically minded. I could go on about this organization and only scratch the surface.
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MY ROLE:General Member of the Public