If we had to name our top ten things in the universe, Carl Sagan and books would both be very strong contenders. It’s no surprise then that this excerpt from the 11th episode of his legendary 1980s Cosmos series, titled “The Persistence of Memory,” makes us tingle with delight every time we read it.
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