Probe Baseball T-Shirts
A considerate Probe Elements Spelling design. Probe! An original Elements design from Periodic-Tees.com! Formulated and drafted in the USA by a team of science freaks. This high-energy design contains elements Praseodymium, Oxygen, and Beryllium!
Tags: engineer, humor, funny-chemist, electric, chemical-element
Aliens make no sense to me. They have advanced technology and can travel the galaxy with their super awesome saucers that are able to make mind numbingly intricate maneuvers in the sky. Yet they constantly finger diddle rednecks in the mountains. Who travels lightyears to probe a loaf pincher? If Neil Armstrong had found life on the moon, you think we'd be probing some lunar sphincters? The things that make you go hmmm. http://www.artisticdyslexia.com/
Tags: orange, cute, being, creature, brain
If you've ever viewed the night sky -- and you've seen a galaxy, planet, nebula, or the moon -- then you've caught the bug; and it's time to let the world know with this cool telescope design. It's perfect if you're an astronomer, scientist, or stargazer! Featuring the text "GIVE ME SPACE," this telescope graphic makes the perfect gift for anyone interested in the science of outer space.
Tags: astronomer, star-party, stargazing, galaxy, nebula
"What Could Possibly Go Wrong?" was the motto of the ill-fated explorer satellite sent to Venus in 1968. Fortunately, it was destroyed before it could bring harmful radiation back to Earth. That explosion was probably loud enough to wake the DEAD!
Tags: george-romero, living-dead, zombie-apocalypse, zombies, zombie
Sure everyone has heard of Area 51 but what’s going on next door at Area 52? Someone has to keep an eye on things and make sure Groom Lake stays groomed so join the Area 52 neighborhood watch association today. Do you want to believe? We are not alone.
Tags: abduction, probe, space, alien, 51
Voyager 1 is a space probe launched by NASA on September 5, 1977. Having operated for 40 years, 1 month and 18 days as of October 23, 2017, the spacecraft still communicates with the Deep Space Network to receive routine commands and return data.
Tags: sun, universe, humor, retro, phone-home
Four customised or concept cars from film and TV which are just too futuristic to be real... or are they...? From top to bottom: • Automan's digitally constructed Autocar which could take corners at right angles, travel at impossible speeds and pass straight through solid obstacles - based on the Lamborghini Countach LP400 • The self driving Lexus 2054 as used by John Anderton to escape from his pursuers in Minority Report • The Durango 95 (in reality a M-505 Adams Brothers Probe 16 Concept Car) as stolen by Alex and his Droogs in A Clockwork Orange • Detective Del Spooner's Audi RSQ (with spherical wheels for better turning) from iRobot
Tags: robot, three-laws-of-robotics, isaac-asimov, will-smith, irobot
"A great t-shirt gift idea for any fan of science, physics, astoronoy anything to do with the stars. The Drake Equation, is used to estimate the number of communicating civilizations in the universe, or more simply put, the odds of finding intelligent life in the universe. N = the number of civilizations in our galaxy with which communication might be possible (i.e. which are on our current past light cone); and R* = the average rate of star formation in our galaxy fp = the fraction of those stars that have planets ne = the average number of planets that can potentially support life per star that has planets fl = the fraction of planets that could support life that actually develop life at some point fi = the fraction of planets with life that actually go on to develop intelligent life (civilizations) fc = the fraction of civilizations that develop a technology that releases detectable signs of their existence into space L = the length of time for which such civilizations release detectable signals into space"
Tags: space, probe, voyager, pluto, spac