The Stars are not for Mankind?

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The Stars are not for Mankind?
A prequel to Existential Intelligence

By
Nitin Uchil & Shreekumar S Vinekar, MD

stars_not_for_manElon Musk recently stated that “I think fundamentally the future is vastly more exciting and interesting if we’re a space faring civilization and a multi-planet species than if we were not. You want to be inspired by things. You want to wake up in the morning and think the future is going to be great. And that’s what being a space faring civilization is all about.” But in Childhood’s EndArthur C. Clarke warns that perhaps “the stars are not for man” implying that human biology is too fickle to withstand the expanse of space and time. In the novel, understanding man’s quest for adventure and to reach for the stars, a race of alien beings gently nudges humans against exploring beyond the near reaches of the solar…

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