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I started just concentrating on songwriting when I was abut 20; I’d been in rock bands six or seven years, kinda got that out of my system, I said, ok, you ain’t gonna be a rock star, you don’t look like a rock star, it probably ain’t gonna happen. So what you should do is write songs and maybe other people will do your songs.
I think that education works up to a certain point… I think unless I wanted to be like a nurse, or a doctor, or something that required that kind of knowledge, then education is fine. But I didn’t really know what I wanted to do, so I didn’t see the point in spending seven more years of my life studying something.
I have been accused of being ignorant of economics (although I am the founder and Chairman of the Board of a company which publishes seven professional economic newsletters), of being ignorant of sociology (although I am trained in sociology and was C. Wright Mills’ research assistant at Columbia), of being unable to use statistics (although I earned my living as a professional statistician for five years) and of ignoring political factors (although all my graduate training was in political science).
Aging on camera is just very hard. I love my age. I feel good about myself but high definition television is not kind. You don’t even look like yourself in high-def. It just makes every little line on your face more exaggerated so it ends up aging you. It’s like you’re watching yourself seven years older.
From the time of Dante [Alighieri], when you have the Ptolemaic universe, you had God on the outside like a hypersphere, and then in the center you have the Earth, all the seven heavens and layers, and then you have the Mount of Purgatory and Hell right in the center, and here’s Satan flapping his wings and he keeps making the lake of Cocytus ice so you can’t get out. So, again, where Heaven and Hell are, who the hell knows that now?
Suppose that you could mark the molecules in a glass of water; then pour the contents of the glass into the ocean and stir the latter throughly so as to distribute the marked molecules uniformly throughout the seven seas; if then you took a glass of water anywhere out of the ocean, you would find in it about a hundred of your marked molecules.
Where we’re operating is orbital adventures. We would offer five to seven days in low Earth orbit aboard our own spacecraft where customers would have the view of the Earth; get to experience really living in space, probably conducting some scientific investigations that we would piggyback onto those flights. So, they would have the whole experience, kind of a mini-experience of what professional astronauts have.
The Americans are still the leaders in human space flight. I feel we have a danger here of kind of stagnating. We’re kind of resting on our laurels and there’s a danger going forward if we don’t take bold steps to really support human space flight in this country that we could fall behind. After the space shuttle is retired, we’re going to have a big gap, five to seven years, at least where we’re not going to have the ability to send our own astronauts into space, we’ll have to buy rides on the Russian Soyuz, and so that will be a pretty big step down for us.
Iran has a young population, and the desire to get out from under conservative religious social restrictions and to be able to speak their mind without fear of arrest is palpable. But nearly seven years after authorities crushed massive street protests, reformers are still threatened with arrest and expectations for change are extremely low.