Sunday, 16 March 2014

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There's a Planet in my Pint!

There's a Planet in my pint! Are you a Space Fan? Do you look up to the stars and wonder what is out there? And why is there a Planet floating in my pint!

SPACE! the Final Frontier! The Big Wide open space! That place up there that is full of stars. Apparently it is "Space Season" on Channel 4 and they are dedicating shows to exploring space and making it more exciting for those who don't really pay much attention to it.

Me, well I am a massive Space geek. when I say massive geek, I mean I love the idea of space but am not exactly a rocket scientist, yet. I wish I had paid more attention as a child to learn about the universe, rather than trying to be cool and thinking space was for geeks. Trust me, if I could go back to school and change, I would have stopped trying to impress people and liked the things I wanted to like and not the things I thought I needed to like because it was deemed "Popular".
Some of the best films I have seen have been Science Fiction films. Anything that explores space and it's futuristic developments create a new idea and world that can be explored. Can I explain how a lot of things in space work? Can I fuck, but I sure as hell will enjoy finding out.

I have always wanted to know more about space and the universe. I can recite all the planets in order from the sun onwards, which I thought was general knowledge, but when I tell some people I am shocked to find out people can't name them all in order or infact remember all the names of them.
For those who don't know they are:

Mercury - Venus - Earth - Mars - Jupiter - Saturn - Uranus - Neptune (and pluto which isn't considered a planet anymore)

So, in the latest Episode of The ODDcast PODcast UK, Co-Host Ash, who is an ACTUAL Rocket Scientist, we discussed some facts about the great universe out there. | Ep.124 - There's a Planet in my pint | check it out, it's hilarious and pretty informative.

So what do you think about Space? are you interested or is there too many questions that can't be answered? Too many Theories? or do you think it's pretty boring?
Maybe watch Gravity! Watch Gravity and see how wondrous space can look.

Click here and Listen to the Episode:

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