When asked by Time magazine, ”What is the most astounding fact you can share with us about the Universe?” Astronomer and author Neil DeGrasse Tyson answered:
With all due respect to Dr. Tyson, while the words are there — and they are very good words— I feel the delivery is wrong. It seems forced and artificial in the same way a student reading a paper in front of a class sounds “off” when they try too hard to engage their audience. Imagine, if you will, Dr. Tyson’s words being delivered by Carl Sagan. Or better yet, why not let him very succinctly say what was said above:
But Dr. Sagan was more than just one catch phrase. He could weave words that would make you feel precious and protective even if you are just a small speck on a tiny dot in space:
With love. We miss you, Carl.