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The following are simple spoofs of recent science events to entertain, and at the same time make people aware about what's going on in the science scenario that is not easily available to to the layman.
Building wonderful constructions with Lego bricks is a nice pastime. In fact, Lego bricks are probably one of the first learning toys for kids and adults of all ages.
Some brick constructions can be made with a few bricks, some may need a lot of different Lego bricks.
The Lego company is so popular and worldwide recognized that it has been named by some "The Apple of Toys" in reference to its popularity and sophistication.
The following infographic is about two ancient constructions that still inspire awesomeness and inspiration: The Great Pyramid of Giza, in Egypt, and The Great Pyramid of Cholula, in Mexico.
What if you decide to make a replica of one of those two pyramids using Lego bricks exclusively? Are there right now in the market enough bricks to build at least one of them?
700 quintillion terrestrial exoplanets is not necessarily a big number of celestial bodies, but it's obviously a huge number.
Yes, the Universe is a marvel, but what should we marvel at? Should we wonder at this huge amount of possible exoplanets, or should we be perplexed that apparently only ONE planet is supporting life among them all?
Shouldn't we be wondering at the fact that while almost all exoplanets are more or less identical, life on Earth is incredible varied even at the smallest scale?
From September 2016 to 2013, NASA will be occupied with another of its awesome missions; this time an expedition to a distant asteroid. This will be the first U.S. mission to collect a sample of an asteroid and return it to Earth for study.
For this event, NASA is calling all space enthusiasts to send their artistic endeavors on a journey aboard NASA’s Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) spacecraft. Submissions may take the form of a sketch, photograph, graphic, poem, song, short video or other creative or artistic expression that reflects what it means to be an explorer.
Scientists have made a big discovery: they observed the waves in the fabric of spacetime called gravitational waves. This event is a confirmation of a the general theory of relativity. This experiment opens an unprecedented new view of the cosmos
However, in the same way that we are observing distant events and activities, some other aliens may be observing us and analyzing what we are doing.
The Hubble telescope is a marvel of the modern technology. The hundreds of images sent from space to earth have contributed to a better and deeper understanding of the cosmos.
The real surprise will be if the Hubble telescope finds that the universe repeats itself in some dimensions or proportions like a huge cosmic fractal. See by yourself ...