A study of history shows that civilizations that abandon the quest for knowledge are doomed to disintegration.
The fate of human civilization will depend on whether the rockets of the future carry the astronomer’s telescope or a hydrogen bomb.
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|Birth:||31st August, 1913|
|Death:||6th August, 2012|
Bernard Lovell was an English physicist and radio astronomer. He was the first Director of Jodrell Bank Observatory, from 1945 to 1980. Lovell was born at Oldland Common, Bristol in 1913, the son of Gilbert and Emily Laura Lovell. His childhood hobbies and interests included cricket and music mainly the piano. He attended Kingswood Grammar School, now King's Oak Academy.
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