When two worlds collide, sometimes a new is born
Hugo A. Durantini Luca
December 18, 2012
When I was a child always loved science fiction and science, thanks to Carl Sagan I was able to know the first things of Astronomy and thanks to, for example, Star Trek my imagination was ignited. Now a mixture of both things keeps my passion going, I love science and I want to know the answers to all the questions even if the answer is different to my expectation and at the same time, when a question is answered I try to imagine the next crazy thing what we can try to test and prove. I know what the universe is amazing enough on it's own, and science fiction is maybe not necessary, but much of today technology and knowledge was, not long ago, science fiction.
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