Part 3 of the GOAT Science Manual – Astronomy
Do you ever look up to the sky at night and think about where we came from? The wonder of seeing the twinklings of the stars, distant planets and E.T. on his little bicycle. Nowadays you can purchase magnifying tubes called telescopes and search the surface of the moon from your small garden knowing that not that long ago on Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Lightyear walked on its surfrace (Nadal 2014).
I believe David Ferrer once asked, Is There Life on Mars? Soon NASA will go and find out if the red planet is inhabited by little red people for David. I won’t be visiting as the surfrace looks like clay.
As well as planets, stars and moons, the universe is littered with comets and the asteroids shooting around the galaxy, almost mimicking my serves and unforced errors. It is said that one of them once killed the dinosaurs but I was never fined nor suspended so I refute this notion.
Scientists have often said that for every grain of sand on earth there are ten times as many stars, can this be true? I would like to make the disagreement faces and put forward a new propositions after years of personal research and using My pocket calculator; for every star in the universe, I have 2.4 members of staff.
You see mon fans, in the grand scheme of the universe, we are practically insignificant (when I say ‘we’, I don’t include Myself, obviously). Yet we are here, making the contemplations, wondering about mankind’s biggest question we have asked ourselves through generations, why… how… am I always scheduled to play an evening match? You’re welcome.