Seems like the image links to last week’s video, but it’s easy enough to find the new one.
I remember getting these fantastic books about all sorts of science subjects, but the space book was one of my favorites. I don’t remember the names of the books even, just that they had these wonderful Japanese illustrations, long before i could tell they were Japanese illustrations, and they had so many bright pictures and so much information. My mom would read them to me, I wasn’t quite old enough, but I remember when she got to the part about the life cycle of a star and explaining to me that the sun would super nova and destroy everything as we know it. But FIRST, we’d fly away on a space ship. A hundred years or a billion years seemed like a reasonable life span to me at the time, so i didn’t understand this would be far, far after we were all gone anyway.
All fixed, thanks! :)
Ha! Yeah, every kid flips out when they hear about the sun going super nova! I did too!
It’s so hard to even comprehend that time now as adults. Time and space are just unbelievable.
little bear kid — in SPA-A-A-A-A-A-ACE!!! ^_^
Oh how I miss “Pigs in Space”… :)
Aw, thanks so much! :)
Loooooooove this one!
Aw, thanks so much!
I remember gettin a interesting book on frogs it got me hooked at 12. So u must’ve been a trekkie or a starwars guy. Nice job
i really liked all of it, but one that definitely stood out when I was a kid was Dr. Who.
You are so yoooooung! I remember huddling around the TV at primary school excitedly watching the Apollo moon landing. Your cartoon of a space shuttle makes you way too post-space-age.
Ha! Well, I was in 4th grade when the challenger exploded. I guess I’m kinda young…?
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