National Create a Vacuum Day
National Create a Vacuum Day:
National Create a Vacuum Day comes on the 4th of February every year and marks the commemoration of the exploration of spaces that do not have any matter or air (vacuum).
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Why National Create a Vacuum Day?
A vacuum is a space that does not have any matter inside it, thus no air. A special day dedicated to posing the challenge to people to try and create a vacuum of their own. To do so, people are advised to create such a scenario where pressure within an area is lower compared to the amount of pressure surrounding this area.
Noteworthy is the fact that creating a vacuum is not so easy, especially because of the presence of very many small particles in the environment today constantly invading and occupying every space. Nonetheless, it is possible to create a vacuum at the comfort of your home using very simple and easily accessible materials. The simplest tool that you can use is a syringe, where you plug up the end that is open and withdrawing the syringe (pull it back towards you). In doing so, you will have created a space within that syringe that is absent air or particles of matter.
The day can therefore be deduced to having being set in motion as a means to encourage people to learn more about science as it regards creating a space absent air. The highlight of this commemoration however is that you use the simple appliances available around you and not the hardcore scientific equipment present in the laboratory.
How can we celebrate National Create a Vacuum Day:
You can celebrate Create a Vacuum Day by doing any of the following activities, or all:
- Post on social media
Observing the National Create a Vacuum Day can be celebrated very subtly, although loudly, by posting on social media platform(s) using the #NationalCreateAVacuumDay. This would draw significant attention from different people from different parts of the world and therefore give the event the importance it deserves
- Creating a vacuum
The day can also be observed by single-handedly or jointly creating a vacuum at home. While this is doable on your own, there is always a lot of fun and reverence that can be achieved when you engage in such a monumental activity with others.
- Teach other people how to create a vacuum
You can also spend this day teaching others, potentially young children that are able to understand the concept of making a vacuum. By making sure that those around you know how to make the vacuum, you will have ensured that the spirit of the Create a Vacuum Day continues to live on.
- Watch videos on how to create a vacuum
There are many other ways apart from using a syringe that can be used to create a vacuum. To learn more ways, go online and watch videos on how other people have created vacuums of their own whether in the lab or outdoors. Learning new ways of creating a vacuum puts you in a position to try out different techniques and approaches every other National Create a Vacuum Day and even get to teach others.
Interesting facts about National Create a Vacuum Day:
Among the interesting facts to note about National Create, a Vacuum Day includes:
- Create a Vacuum Day progressively draws people to learn more about the science of a vacuum.
- It is not reserved for science enthusiasts alone. Anyone who knows anything about vacuums or anyone who wishes to learn the concept can freely practice the creation of a vacuum.
- To create a vacuum, all you need to do is ensure that the amount of pressure outside exceeds that within the container.
History of Create a Vacuum Day:
The history and therefore the origins of the day is traced back to an unknown individual or source, with all credits being given to scientists of the past. Regardless, science has developed so much that no one person can stand up to own this amazing day. The day has been left to every man and woman, adult and child in an attempt to develop science to the furthest extremes possible.