Digitized items from the Carl Sagan archive go live on the Library of Congress site




I was curious and it turns out yes, the collection is named after the same Seth MacFarlane who created Family Guy.


MacFarlane landed in the title because he donated the money that allowed the library to purchase the papers

from: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/reliable-source/wp/2013/11/12/science-geek-seth-macfarlane-donates-to-carl-sagans-notes-collection/


Where the hell is Sagan's Nobel? Yes, yes, he didn't stop any wars or whatever, but he deserves (IMO) to be lionized as much as humanly possible.


Nobel Prizes are not awarded posthumously.


That was more of a rhetorical question on my part, but thanks.


If you can't be pedantic on the internet, what's the point? smile


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