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November 19, 2012

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I wish I could have been at both of these events. Thanks for sharing!

nice. i wonder if james had the slightest clue of how profoundly he affected people, sometimes with just a few offhand words. Given his own cosmological experiment, i think it's fabulous that an ordained priest would count him as a primary influence. can't think of a better one.

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