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McDonald Observatory near Ft. Davis, TX.
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Hello fellow freethinkers and godless heathens!

I'm an open book, so turn the page and take a look! ; )

Science is much more than gathered knowledge and a tool, but also a way of thinking. I'm looking for curious minds to converse and share with. I would like to meet godless people and create long lasting friendships.

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At the folks cabin near Bluff Dale, TX. Love coming here to escape city life and I leave my telescopes here for monthly observing as they have nice dark Texas skies here.
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Red River, New Mexico. I love the american southwest and the Land of Enchantment always has been coming back for more.
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After all these years and tons of telescopes and pricey binoculars, my favorite view is the summer milky way spiral arm in Sagittarius to Cygnus. Nothing like seeing the Lagoon Nebula and Andromeda galaxy with the naked eye far from city lights and knowing it's the farthest object the human eye can see and traveling 2.5 million light-years into the past.
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Carl Edward Sagan was an icon for my generation with his breakthrough PBS special Cosmos in 1980 and was shown many times throughout the coming decades. He was definetly an influence on me as a planetary scientist, activist, humanist, communicator, teacher, and Pulitzer Prize winning author of many timeless books and a great novel Contact. My favorites are Pale Blue Dot, Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors, Dragon's of Eden, and Cosmos.
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Dick was an awesome scientist and teacher. He just didn't give a fuck what people thought of him and including other Physicist. I think he was like this after the early passing of his wife in the Manhatten Project days at Los Alamos.
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Me when younger.
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Resting place of the great Percival Lowell at the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, AZ. Mars Hill is a lovely place and the light pollution of Flagstaff is kept to a minimum.
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