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tears, gravity and distance

2+2=5 : The Dialogue Project Podcasts

Release Date: 06/06/2011

A rare opportunity to hear an astronaut talk poetically and eloquently about what it's like to look down on our planet from space. Jean-Francois Clervoy talks with Karl about the unique perspective that only thousands of miles of distance can give you, the extraordinary power and effects of gravity and the sheer emotion you feel when you turn to look back on where we live and what we are familiar with. Do borders still matter when you look back at the earth from outer space? Is it possible to behave like a child when you're in charge of a spaceship? And what is it that you can only see from space? Download the transcription here: http://yousend.it/tears_gravity_and_distance_transcription  and get in touch with us at info@thedialogueproject.com if you've heard this and what to hear more.