Just some news to share with you guys regardless of whether you are interested or not.
Just read an article that a lake was discovered on the moon of Saturn. Water means life. If there is water, there is life. Maybe there are some microbes living in that lake. This moon, Titan, is the first outer space body with liquid discovered, other than Earth.
This discovery was significant because life started underwater. Yes de, life started from the water on Earth too. Trillions of years ago, there was no life on the land. No plants, no insects, no animals, no nothing. There were only life striving in the sea. Slowly, they move their way up to Earth. I remember a very interesting website on this which I read before. I dunno where is it now.
Besides Titan, there was also ice discovered on Mars and scientist believe that there is ice below all that red rocks and sand.
End of story.
Another news I saw on Nasa was that there is going to a FULL solar eclipse on this Friday, Singapore time 7pm. Damn, it's night time by 7pm so apparently, we are not going to see the eclipse. However, if you are interested in seeing it, it's going to be on Nasa's website, broadcasted live.
Cake+tea, I don't know if you can see it in Vancouver because I saw that some parts of Canada will be able to see the full solar eclipse. I am sure it's going to be a wonderful sight~