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I wanted to improve the suburban office building; to create a great urban space in a suburban environment with all that implies about interaction, collaboration and creativity.
Right now, I think robots are where it's at. And yes, I'm biased. Robots and space, because with home rocket kits and Lego Mindstorm sets, people can get involved. I was raised on Transformers and GoBots, so I can't imagine what kids who are building real robots are dreaming about.
Daniel H. Wilson
Gravity pulls our bodily fluids down, like water in a glass goes to the bottom part of a glass. In space, the water doesn't stay in the bottom of the glass. It distributes itself evenly over time throughout the entire volume of the glass.
Life science research can be done on multiple platforms. Since we have a very small number of people flying into space, the more people you have, the better.
A journey into space is the greatest adventure I can imagine.
I'm claustrophobic. I can't go into haunted houses. They have these tight, dark, enclosed space. I freak out. That's my phobia. It gets me out of stuff. Someone asks me to do something and I tell them I can't because I'm claustrophobic.
The kitchen is a sacred space.
Firstly, people take for granted that the E.U. has created the biggest economic space in the world.
The body moves through space every day, and in architecture in cities that can be orchestrated. Not in a dictatorial fashion, but in a way of creating options, open-ended sort of personal itineraries within a building. And I see that as akin to cinematography or choreography, where episodic movement, episodic moments, occur in dance and film.
And last, it may be worthwhile trying to hang something beyond the partial wall because some of the pictures do very well in a confined space.
Space travel is the only technology that is more dangerous and more expensive now than it was in its first year. Fifty years after Yuri Gagarin, the space shuttle ended up being more dangerous and more expensive to fly than those first throwaway rockets, even though large portions of it were reusable. It's absurd.
I tend to prioritize emotional realism above the known laws of time and space, and when you do that, it's inevitable that strange things happen. Which can be quite enjoyable, I think.
As a species, we've always been discoverers and adventurers, and space and the deep ocean are some of the last frontiers.
As a designer, the mission with which we have been charged is simple: providing space at the right cost.
Harry von Zell
My obsession with outer space is my way of being different. I make astronaut music. It takes an astronaut so long to get to space - that's how long it takes to catch up on my music.
I actually think that history has fed off the restlessness of cyber space, of kind of the frantic, segmented nature of the way we lead our lives. People want to be connected.
The Environmental Control and Life Support System (ECLSS), which controls the living environment on shuttles and on the International Space Station, doesn't have the luxury of disposal: discharging trash into space has long been judged a bad idea.
I go to a very visual place when I'm singing. It's very cinematic and I get this feeling of space. I love when music does that.
When we're growing up there are all sorts of people telling us what to do when really what we need is space to work out who to be.
We talk about politicians being in public life, but they seldom appear in the public space where everyone is free to appear as a citizen.
I don't think I could live with anybody. I had roommates, and it's not for me. I like my space!
There was a subtlety about Peggy Lee. It was powerful. There was a valuable use of space. Everything was not cluttered. Her voice was out front and was the key instrument.
Column writing is like gas - it fills the available space.
Probably the single most important thing about the Nobel Prize for most people is whether they get the coveted parking space on campus.
Perhaps the best motivation for going to Mars is political. It is obvious that no single nation currently has either the will or the resources to do it alone, but a consortium of nations and space agencies could achieve it within 20 years.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
John F. Kennedy
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