William Moreira doesn't appreciate hearing the theories of geniuses like Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.
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Kirk Hammond was a man alone. He had been chosen to ride in the first manned satellite to go out around the Moon and back to Earth. But when the satellite failed to orbit properly, it went on past the Moon into the vastness of outer space, and a whole world watched helplessly as he was borne toward an unthinkably lonely death. Yet destiny decreed…
Their ideas make him feel like he's back in kindergarten listening to big-mouthed kids calling attention to themselves while mocking others. Instead of trying to solve real problems, these kids are spreading crazy ideas.
These geniuses should stop thinking about reaching places billions of light years away so they can focus on critical, daily-bread problems, and the calamities that could befall us today that might prevent a tomorrow.
Instead, we must contend with modern cars that only get fourteen to thirty miles per gallon, gas polluting the ground, toxins leaking into the air, and acid rain spoiling our drinking water.
Our life on Earth is a comedy, as said Dante; we laugh and cry, but we must stop glorifying nonsense. We must look at the future through rational eyes and not worry about whether light is a wave or particles or both.
Join the author as he pokes fun at some of history's greatest minds and seeks real solutions to real problems in The Age of Reason.