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Star Trek - Early Drafts of the Star Trek Opening Monologue
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A month before the first episode of "Star Trek" would see its television premiere, Gene Roddenberry and two producers were hashing out the monologue that would open every episode.

Via: io9
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In 1964, a 16-year-old Bruce McAllister wrote to 150 authors asking about the symbolism in their work. A number of authors wrote back, including Ray Bradbury.