Mano, Keith
April 1977
National Review;4/15/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 14, p449
The author reflects on the thoughts of Timothy Leary, front man for the organization Space Migration, Intelligence Increase, Life Extension. Tim Leary is said to be a nineteenth century scientific optimist who believes in directed panspermia. An imaginary lecture by Tim Leary is presented to describe his ideas.


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