FOLLOWING THE SUN
by Bruce Madish
During the late 1950s, man ventured into space; by the late 1960s, he had walked on the moon. A proud Wernher von Braun, NASA's claimant to the mantle of Daedalus, compared the achievement to that moment in evolution "when aquatic life came crawling onto land."
Now we seem to be crawling back. The moon landing, for all the impact it had during that sultry July night in 1969, has scattered into small effects upon us. Our expectations fulfilled, we now seem to have l...