Cosmos (1980)
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Who Speaks for Earth? 

Carl Sagan considers the significance of science and discuss the importance of human survival in the nuclear age.
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Episode credited cast:
Carl Sagan ... Himself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jonathan Fahn ... Jean-Francois Champollion
Jaromír Hanzlík ... Johannes Kepler
Ronald A. Hilbert Ronald A. Hilbert ... Tinget Indian
Victor C. John Victor C. John ... Tinget Indian
Cecilia White Cecilia White ... Tinget Indian
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Carl Sagan considers the significance of science and discuss the importance of human survival in the nuclear age.

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21 December 1980 (USA) See more »

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During Sagan's account of his 'searching for civilizations' dream the background music is Beethoven's Seventh Symphony, second movement. See more »

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Carl Sagan - Host: We are a way for the cosmos to know itself. We are creatures of the cosmos and always hunger to know our origins, to understand our connection with the universe. How did everything come to be? Every culture on the planet has devised its own response to the riddle posed by the universe. Every culture celebrates the cycles of life and nature. There are many different ways of being human.
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Adagio in G minor
Written by Tomaso Albinoni
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