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An Interview with APJ Abdul Kalam

Source / Credit: abdulkalam.nic.in
Source / Credit: abdulkalam.nic.in

“I have a third vision. That India must stand up to the world. I have written 12 chapters on that. Because I believe that unless India stands up to the world, no one will respect us. In this world, fear has no place. Only strength respects strength. We must be strong not only as a military power but also as an economic power. Both must go hand in hand.”

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An Interview With John Nash

Source / Credit: Wikimedia
Source / Credit: Wikimedia

“There has been a deterioration in the quality of money that’s observable in many areas, and it brings up questions. Like you could see how money is different all of a sudden in Italy when they had the lire and now they have the euro. So they, in a revolutionary way, have gone from bad money to good money comparatively. But what about the rest of the world?.”

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An Interview with Gerd Ludwig

IARC Centre for United Nations - Gerd Ludwig
Source / Credit: Kickstarter | Gerd Ludwig

“These images remind us that accidents like Chernobyl are a possible outcome of nuclear power—anytime, anywhere. I want my project to stand as a document of this man-made disaster—to remember the countless victims of Chernobyl, and to warn future generations of the deadly consequences of human hubris.”

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An Interview with Richard Feynman

IARC Centre for United Nations - Richard Feynman
Source / Credit: Caltech

“I’ve learned how to live without knowing. I don’t have to be sure I’m succeeding, and as I said before about science, I think my life is fuller because I realize that I don’t know what I’m doing. I’m delighted with the width of the world.”

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An Interview with Elon Musk

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Source / Credit: engadget

“I think a lot of people don’t realize that the sun is a giant fusion explosion. And we’re only talking about duplicating that in small form on Mars, essentially having tiny pulsing suns.”