Forty Years Gone: A Lamentation


It is tragic beyond measure that human exploration has been neutered since 1972. Sure, we’ve sent out a few probes and placed a good telescope in orbit, but we have done nothing brave, nothing bold, nothing daring. Productive humans have been delegated to mute observance as their hard-earned surplus is siphoned off to capital cities, where it is sanctimoniously poured down a sewer of cultured dependencies and endless wars. We’ve endured washed-out decades, bereft of the awe-inspiring, the good and the heroic.



This issue further explains why we haven’t gone back to space. It also includes a large number of quotations from the men who walked on the moon, as well as historic images.