Earth Space Agency Announces Call for Musicians to Sing About Space
Earth Space Agency is now asking musicians to sing songs about their desires to go and see alien
worlds. The mission is to encourage humans to dream big and to break the provincial lifestyle.
Riga, Latvia (PRWEB) May 11, 2010 -- Earth Space Agency is now asking musicians to sing songs about their
desires to go and see alien worlds. The mission is to encourage humans to dream big and to break the provincial
“How far are we today with going to the stars? And honestly?” asks Earth Space Agency's founder Sandijs
Aploks. “Musicians can help us to accelerate the process by introducing back in our pragmatic society some
joyful and naive optimism of previous decades.
“That provincial fear from the aliens as potential aggressors, stories about alien abduction, avoidance to
undertake really huge and novel space projects which can solve our energy problems -- that all clearly shows that
humans need some help in changing their way of thinking.”
Musicians, producers, and video clip makers can help humanity to get into space by joining their forces to release
a motivating album that would be capable to ignite again humans’ desire for space adventures.
“It is about the social responsibility of public persons to help to make this world a better place. Let's create the
hymn of the planet Earth that inspires and unites us and gives us the goal to become a space civilization,”
summarizes Sandijs Aploks.
About Earth Space Agency
Earth Space Agency is a private space agency serving the needs of civil space industry, scientists, space
enthusiasts, and students.
For more information, please visit: www.earthspaceagency.org.
Mr. Sandijs Aploks, founder and CEO
Earth Space Agency
Telephone: +371 29259292 (GMT+2)
Skype: earthspaceagency.org (GMT+2)
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