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Space has always fascinated humankind, especially since it became possible to send whatever items we want into space like dogs, plants, insects, etc. Basically, if it fits into a spaceship, you’re good to go!

These are some of the nuttiest things that have crossed the atmosphere and sailed into space

  1. Pizza delivery: In 2001, Pizza Hut became the first company to make a delivery to the International Space Station for a salami pizza! They paid around $1 million at the time for this promotional stunt.

  2. Car: SpaceX performed the launch of the Tesla Roadster on 2018 on space while riding atop of the Falcon Heavy Rocket. Both companies are owned by multimillionaire.

  3. Buzz Lightyear: The world’s most famous astronaut toy was sent to infinity and beyond in 2008, where it spent 450 days before returning to its home, Earth.

  4. Voyager’s Golden Records: Inspired by astronomer Carl Sagan, NASA sent out to space two 12-inch golden record in 1970. The idea was to send 115 images in analog form, greetings spoken in 55 languages followed by the "sounds of Earth" and a 90-minute selection of music throughout the ages from around the world, to be picked up along the way by an extraterrestrial intelligent life form

  5. Luke Skywalker’s Lightsaber: The original lightsaber used in the 1983 film Star Wars was flown into space and back in 2007, to commemorate the influence of Space in our modern culture and everyday lives.

There are many, many more random items that have traveled to outer space. Given the chance, what would you send beyond the earth’s atmosphere? Something to think about!

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The idea of luck in the animal kingdom changes from culture to culture and has been present for thousands of years. For example, fish have been present in ancient Egyptian, Indian and Japanese cultures, while pigs have been popular lucky symbols in China and Germany for hundreds of years. Other animals like rabbits and elephants have also been present in the mind people around the world.

The following are some of the most interesting lucky animals in global cultures, some still present and others long forgotten:

  • Beetle: In Egyptian culture beetles represented luck in relation to the power of the sun. The scarab was admired by Egyptians because they roll their turds along and disappear it, just as the sun emerges and vanishes every day!
  • Bat: In China, bats are a good luck symbol, as it symbolizes a long and happy life. People in this part of the world wear bat amulets or pendants as a protection against poor luck and provide wealth instead.
  • Fish: The goldfish is also a symbol from ancient Egypt, goldfish represent tranquility, wisdom and a long life, while the koi fish have different meanings including wealth, life changes and long-lasting love!
  • Spiders: While spiders aren’t by far the most popular animal in the world, it is considered a symbol of mystery, power and growth. For native Americans, spiders are a symbol of protection against torrential storms.

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Scientists at the University of Sheffield are studying the way bees adapt to their environment in order to develop a software that could lead to drones being powered by artificial intelligence software. Is that cool or what? The idea is to reverse engineer bee brains to create the drone prototype by attaching a tiny radar to their back and analyzing their flightpaths.

Bees are incredible visual navigators and they can navigate complex 3D environments with minimal learning, as opposed to typical AI and machine learning systems designed by human engineers which can’t compute what they see as efficiently as a bee.

There is also research being done for inserting a small electrode into a tethered bee’s brain while it moves around a virtual reality environment in the lab. After it navigates the VR environments and recording its brain, scientists will then correlate the neural signs with the bee’s movements. Only around 25% of a bee’s brain has been modelled, but that has already been enough for scientists to have bee-like robots flying around their labs, learning information from their surroundings.

This development can be both beneficial or bring serious consequences to the way we live. If this technology ends up in the wrong hands, our physical and digital privacy could be compromised. Also, regulators will have to be confident that having drones flying around the city will be safe, and they don’t fall from the sky injuring people.

Sounds like science fiction, right? Let’s buzz off and let scientists do their job and continue being amazed at what the 21st century brings our way!

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Daniel Craig achieved international fame the day he was announced to take over Pierce Brosnan’s seven-year tenure as James Bond, the timeless British Secret Service agent created in 1953, appearing on the big screen 26 times in over 65 years! James Bond was also previously portrayed by some of Hollywood’s biggest names like Sean Connery, David Niven, George Lazenby, Roger Moore and Timothy Dalton.

‘No Time To Die’ is Craig’s fifth and final outing as the MI6 agent also known by his code number 007. His 2006 ‘Casino Royale’ performance, as well as it did in his other films ‘Quantum of Solace’, ‘Skyfall’ and ‘Spectre’, gave Craig positive reviews from critics and fans.

The upcoming film is set to be released on April 2, 2020 in the United Kingdom and features the return of Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes and Naomi Harris on their previous roles, while Ana de Armas, Billy Magnussen and Rami Malek join the cast.

Director Cary Joji Fukunaga became the first American in the history of the series to direct an Eon Productions James Bond film and singer Billie Eilish is the youngest artist to record a Bond film title track at the age of eighteen.

Recruited to rescue a kidnapped scientist, James Bond finds himself behind the plans of a mysterious villain, Safi (played by Malek), who is armed with a dangerous weapon. Teaser trailers have also shown impressive stunts, amazing cars, and the incredible cinematography that everyone expect in a James Bond film.

Craig’s last-go around as Bond opposite the award winning Malek as villain promises to be one of the best films of the year. Will he be able to finally retire peacefully? Let’s wait and see!

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The appearance of the novel coronavirus has brought into worldwide attention the importance of keeping a clean phone free from germs, as it can easily become a transmitter of germs and infection. Most of health guidelines against the virus suggest keeping your hands clean and not touching your face, but actually your smartphone’s metal, glass or plastic surfaces can host the virus for up to 9 days!

  • First, don’t panic about it: Germs can be successfully eliminated by disinfecting a phone’s surface with an alcohol solution or wipes over its screen and nonporous exterior surfaces, avoiding getting moisture in any of the openings.

  • Most smartphones come with a microfiber cloth which most of us forget about after a couple of weeks of getting a new model. Remember to keep it and use it to wipe your gadget with a mix of 40/60 alcohol-to-water and slightly dampen the soft cloth in it.

  • If you’re using your phone to make constant calls, it means your face is more in contact with bacteria than you think. One way to avoid this is to use call-capable earbuds or earphones, which will keep your phone, and potentially harmful germs, safely away from your face.

  • Remember that washing your hands regularly with soap is still one of the most efficient ways to keep yourself - and your phone - free of germs. Also, try to keep your phone away from places like your kitchen sink, dinner table and your bathroom - we’re serious, don’t take your phone to the bathroom with you!

  • Ensure your phone is germ-free just as you would your hands and face. Time to clean it from the outside as often as possible and make your device a place where viruses and bacteria won’t want to grow. Do you keep your phone as clean on the outside as you do on the inside? Food for thought!