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Edgar Mitchell

Do we innovate as humanitarians or technicians?

We face a poignant choice in what, how and why we innovate. The quality of our collective lives is at stake.

I still remember the chair I was sitting in on July 21, 1969 when I watched astronaut Neil Armstrong’s first walk on the moon. I was thrilled and enthralled. But little did I know how much that moment would change the way we see our lives and our work today.

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