Face it. We’re a culture of losers. No, not people who fail to win. People who are unable to find things they put away “for safe keeping”. We all do it. But, not as well as the U.S. Government. They lose stuff all the time. Laptops, personal information, and documents, lots of documents. It should come as no surprise that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is also busy losing things. 700 hundred things, to be exact. Reuters reports that the agency is unable to locate 700 boxes of taped recordings, including the original tape recording of the first moon landing on July 20, 1969 in which astronaut Neil Armstrong says his famous line, “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” And it appears they aren’t likely to find the tapes any time soon. They’ve been looking for over a year now. It’s ridiculous and it’s not the first time historic audio files have been lost.