When President John F. Kennedy decided in 1960 that the United States would put a man on the Moon in ten years, most of the technology to accomplish the task was not yet available.
The decision to set the goal — the belief in its possibility and the belief that it could be achieved — produced the necessary scientific and technological breakthroughs to make it possible, and the resulting spin-offs of these new technologies altered our lives for the better.
We are first to believe that our desire has already been fulfilled. Its accomplishment will then follow.
Click here because you think it’s better to shoot for the Moon because even if you miss you’ll end up among the stars…