New ‘Cosmos’ series excites nonbelievers, Carl Sagan fans
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James Randi, another Sagan friend and associate and a prominent skeptic in his own right, says the answer is probably not. Nonbelief was just an essential part of who he was.
"Carl was quite committed to that attitude [nonbelief]," Randi said. "There was no other way that he could look at the world."
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