Loads of chemicals and hazardous wastes have been introduced into the atmosphere that didn't even exist in 1948. The environmental condition of the planet is far worse than it was 42 years ago.
Humans have obviously contributed a great deal of carbon to the atmosphere. So we are warming the planet up.
Hubble uniquely has been able to look in the atmosphere of a planet orbiting a nearby star and figure out what's in that atmosphere.
I know that I was put on this planet to be an athlete.
Why would you listen to an astronomer about a planet?
I believe that these extra-terrestrial vehicles and their crews are visiting this planet from other planets. Most astronauts were reluctant to discuss UFOs.
I think there would be no shortage of applicants to the government astronaut corps to be settlers on the planet Mars. And I think this would be very inspiring.
This planet is 15 million years overdue for an asteroid strike like the one that killed the dinosaurs.
Commercialization of assets off the planet would mutually reinforce the growth of interplanetary communication.
The astrologers and historians write that the ascendant as of Oxford is Capricornus, whose lord is Saturn, a religious planet, and patron of religious men.
We are safer if there are not nuclear arsenals around the planet that can be utilized, stolen, sold to terrorists and others who would do harm.
If this is the only planet on which not only life, but intelligent life, has arisen, that would be very unusual.
I looked like a 'Super Mario Bros.' Goomba. It's arguably the ugliest haircut on the planet.
The boundary between space and the earth is purely arbitrary. And I'll probably always be interested in this planet - it's my favorite.
Imagine if the dinosaurs had tried picturing the rulers of their planet 100 million years hence. They'd undoubtedly envision these creatures as... dinosaurs! Conceiving of aliens as polished versions of ourselves is appealing, but unconvincing.
I was pretty young when I saw the original 'Planet of the Apes', and for a time in the seventies, I was pretty obsessed with it.
I don't want to do 'Beyond the Planet of the Apes.' I don't want a zombie society. I don't want to go that far.
You could go so wrong with a 'Planet of the Apes' reboot; you could make it melodramatic, you could make it campy, you could fall into so many traps with it.
I'm a big, big movie fan. I watch 'The Ten Commandments' and the original 'Planet of the Apes' every night.
'Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes' was really well done.