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It turns out that simple physical sensations or movements can shape our thinking and behavior in powerful ways, all without our awareness.

This is Rocketman (1952).His exploits were serialized in cinemas in the40's and '50's.

atomic-flash: Commander Cody, Sky Marshall of the Universe, defends Earth from the invading Radar Men From The Moon (Republic Pictures

Oh yes!

Him or Bill Nye lol or just a regular person who's tired of all the worthless people in office, who don't do any good lol

The Great 1952 Space Program That Almost Was - The first stage would be powered by fifty-one rocket engines, developing a total thrust of 14,000 tons. The third, manned, stage was in reality a winged aircraft with a crew of ten (some of whom, the authors pointed out, would be women) and capable of carrying a useful payload of up to 36 tons (compared with the present-day shuttle’s 24 ton capacity).

The Great 1952 Space Program That Almost Was

A lovely Rolf Klep illustration from the classic 1952 space speculation book Across The Space Frontier. I do hope they put the side of the ship back on before takeoff…

The 1951 classic sci-fi movie poster, The Man From Planet X.

High quality reprinted movie poster for The Man From Planet X starring Robert Clarke, Margaret Field and Raymond Bond from 11 x 17 inches on card stock.

Bruce Minney was a prolific American artist who worked in a variety of media. He was a commercial illustrator for over 40 years producing paintings for men’s adventure magazines, paperbacks, and storyboards.Born: October 2, 1928 (age 85)Died: August 5, 2013

Bruce Minney was a prolific American artist who worked in a variety of media. He was a commercial illustrator for over 40 years producing paintings for men’s adventure magazines, paperbacks, and storyboards.

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