Gangam Style by NASA: Johnson Style

NASA engineers in Johnson Space Centre were a bit bored recently. I think they were really bored and wanted to do something really entertaining, and also experience the popular culture.

What I mean by popular culture? Psy, Gangnam Style! Gangnam Style is the most viewed video on YouTube’s history and shared all around the world like nothing else. As a result of this rapid growing popularity, many brands used Gangnam Style on their campaigns and most of the were epic failures!

However, there is an exception and it is from NASA. Recently, NASA engineered recorded a Gangam Style video and called Johnson Style. Basically, NASA explained what they are doing to public by a very popular pop song. And the result of this? At the moment, you are reading the result! NASA became viral.

Again well done NASA engineers, you made a great job :) My suggestion NASA for next move, try to find a propulsion system for Bugatti, they are trying to reach the limits of psychics with an internal combustion engine, you may help them with your space age technology :)


Bugatti and Nasa for More Powerful Veyrons

A few days ago, I wrote about the more powerful Bugatti Veyron with 1600 PS.

Bugatti Veyron started the journey with 1001 PS and it was a beyond our imagination at those times. Later on, Veyron Super Sport revealed with 1200 PS and we all thought it was the end. And now Bugatti is going to reveal 1600 PS power version of Veyron. However this is not the end, it is the new beginning.

As the Bugatti obsessed with more power, they are approaching the limits of the internal combustion engines. And I have a proposal for Bugatti for the future engine technology. Why don’t you start working with Nasa JetPropulsion Laboratory? Because, after the 1600 PS Veyron, there will be another Veyron with 2000 PS, then another one with 2250 PS, another one with 2500 PS and after sometime, Bugatti will reach the limits of the physics. Therefore, Bugatti needs to start working with Nasa Jet Propulsion Laboratory for the future engine options :)

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