If you ask people to name even three or four of the basic laws of nature that allow life to be on this planet, they don’t even know what you’re talking about. And that’s true by the way of a lot of scientists, because scientists have to talk to their peer groups to make sure that the paper they write is approved by the peer groups that accepted. And they spend most of their time talking to each other, but I’m afraid that scientists have not become good communicators. Carl Sagan was a good communicator. He got out to the public, but he was scoring. He was looked down on by some of the scientific community. So you don’t see very many knowledgeable scientists who know how to communicate with the public and influence public opinion.