Also about things work+570You're a big believer in "if I press buttons more rapidly, things work faster," amirite?
Also about night sky-280The universe does not go on forever, the darkness at night proves that the universe has a limit. The total light from all stars within a distance is proportional to the distance, therefore if the universe went on forever the night sky would be bright. amirite?
Also about night sky+67It would be nice to have a tanker of nitrogen orbiting the Earth, constantly releasing a light mist of nitrogen, enough to last decades and appear as the tail of a large comet in the night sky. Since nitrogen is so sensitive to heat and because space is a vacuum, the mist would expand thousands of times in volume and appear identical to the glowing tail of a comet, every night, for decades, Amirite?
Also about night sky+38Astronauts have the most amazing job in the world. It's not everyday that one can look up at the vast darkness of the night sky and tell anyone who cares to listen: "Somewhere out there among the stars...is poop with my name on it." Amirite?
Also about night sky-1A single star in the night sky is a reminder that we can stand alone yet still shine brightly, amirite? More
Also about things work+373It's hard to wrap your head around how wireless things work, amirite?