Headline February 14, 2018/ '' 'BRITISH SCIENCE BRIGHTY' ''


!GREATEST MOMENT FOR BRITAIN! ...................

THESE BRITISH PEOPLE : these Brits, I have the honor to repeat to you all. is and are, one hell of a great nation. One formidable, invincible lot.

Every crisis, every single crisis, just so happens to be their finest of hours.

The World Students Society stops, to give this very great  nation a standing ovation, and extend to Prime Minister Theresa May, and through her, to all the British people, our highest esteems.

Founding genius, Engineer and Thinker, Rabo should ensure that Her Highness The Queen, and 10 Downing Street is informed of the great pedestal on which The World Students Society, hold this super nation.

This post then is dedicated to the great and respectful memory of.....  Dr. W.G.Grace, Victor Trumper, Sir Len Hutton, Sir Colin Cowdrey, Ted Dexter, Brian Statham, Freddie Trueman, Ken Barrington, Sir Ian Botham, BBC, The Economist, and millions by millions of others.

And with every honor for DNA pioneer, Rosalind Franklin.

Dee, Zilli or Juniper should inform H.E. The British Ambassador in Islamabad of our great wishes and prayers for this nation.

A British made rover that will set off for Mars next year in search for signs of life was named Thursday after DNA pioneer Rosalind Franklin.

UK astronaut Tim Peake revealed the name of the first European scavenger of the Red Planet at the Airbus factory just south of London where it was built.

Cambridge-educated Franklin ''helped us understand life on Earth and now her namesake will do the same on Mars,'' the UK Science Minister Chris Skidmore said at the unveiling.

The brilliant, but long unrecognised, 20th century British scientist's name was selected with the help of a public competition in which nearly 36,000 took part.

''Just as Rosalind Franklin overcame nay obstacles during her career, I hope 'Rosalind the Rover' will successfully persevere in the this exciting adventure, inspiring generations of female scientists and engineers to come,'' said Skidmore.

Franklin's work was used to formulate the seminal 1953 hypothesis about the structure of DNA - the molecule containing the an organism's genetic code.

She died of cancer at the age of  37 in 1958. The three men who were awarded the Nobel Prize for their work on DNA four years later did not mention Franklin in their acceptance speeches.

Franklin's contribution to their research remained largely over-looked in silence books until the  1990s.

The new rover is planned to land on Mars in 2021 as part of the ExoMars programme which is being conducted jointly by the European Space Agency [ESA] and its Russian counterpart  'Roscosmos'.

It follows in the tracks of three similar missions conducted by the United States.

The six-wheeler will be looking for traces of ''life-beyond Earth,'' said ESA human and robotic exploration director David Parker.

''Can we find primitive life on the Rad Planet?'' he asked.

'Big Moment For Britain' : This new rover will try to answer that  question by drilling two meters [6.5 feet] into the hot planet's surface to sample and analyse the soil.

It will use solar power to drive around with the help of optic sensors. Scientists said it will have a degree of ''intelligence'' that allows it to make some rudimentary decisions on its own.

The Honor and Serving of the latest Global Operational Research on  Great Britain, Science and Technology continues.

With respectful dedication to the Great People of Britain, then the Students, Professors and Teachers of the world.

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