This is reverse order is a better match with the schematic representation of MCS (Figure 1) as well as the pervasive impact culture and structure has on the core control system. This echoes Flamholtz’ statement that “culture is the starting point of designing the MCS”.
“So you must’ve seen the aliens coming to our planet using that powerful telescope?” When they asked him he refuses, to say why he didn’t give a warning, telling them they wouldn’t understand.
In Fahrenheit 451 Clarisse, Montag, and the war make you ask why. Clarisse makes you ask why because she questions not being able read books. Montag makes you ask why because he does many things that are against the law and they should not be. It also makes you wonder why, if you get run over it is not that big of a deal. The war makes you question because it starts for no apparent reason and they lose interest in Montag.
"I was talking to the moon last night. Luna... She, uh... She... I said she was looking pale and she said she and the sun, the sun, don't get along too well. The sun, Rowan! That killed me, I thought it was hilarious." He laughed quietly; Even his laugh was tragic.
"The early universe, really early universe, before the time lords even. That's a generation 1 star!" he said pointing to the sun in the sky. "This is one of the first planets."
Lightman goes onto show the science behind why the universe is temporary. Using the commonly known fact that the sun cannot possibly last forever. That someday the sun won’t be able to function as it has all these years and will combust into nothingness leaving all the planets and solar systems in an abyss of emptiness. He says we cannot possibly predict how much longer the sun will last but it will definitely not last forever.
“You know it,” responded Action Andy. “By the way, the others are still there, so if you want to speak with them, now’s your chance. In the meantime, I’ll be getting some rest before tomorrow’s work, so see you later.”
“I can calculate the motion of heavenly bodies, but not the madness of people.” -Isaac Newton. “You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself.” -Galileo Galilei. “A man has always to be busy with his thoughts if anything is to be accomplished.” -Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek. Without Galileo Galilei, Isaac Newton, Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek being major contributors to the scientific revolution we would never have such an advanced civilization at this time period. Isaac Newton was not only inventing telescopes and founding calculus, he was also creating doggie doors.