Season 3 - 2024

Challanger Catastrophe(History)

This NFT is a piece of art that depicts the explosion of the Challenger Space Shuttle in 1986. The Challenger Space Shuttle was the second space shuttle of NASA that entered service in 1983. The shuttle successfully orbited the Earth 10 times and conducted scientific research.

The explosion of the Challenger Space Shuttle was an accident that occurred 73 seconds after the shuttleโ€™s launch on January 28, 1986. In the accident, seven crew members, including six astronauts and one teacher, lost their lives. The explosion was caused by the failure of the seals that held together the solid fuel rockets of the shuttle due to adverse weather conditions. These seals allowed gas to leak from the rockets and ignite the shuttle and break it apart.

The Challenger Space Shuttle disaster was one of the greatest tragedies in the history of space exploration. This event raised serious questions about the safety and ethics of the space shuttle program and led to stricter controls on the design and testing of NASAโ€™s space vehicles.

This NFT is designed in memory of the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster. This event shows the difficulties and risks of humanityโ€™s quest to explore space.

Genesis Block: Birth of Bitcoin (Science)

This NFT is a piece of art that depicts the first Bitcoin block that was produced on January 3, 2009. The first Bitcoin block is called the Genesis Block. This block was created by Satoshi Nakamoto, the founder of Bitcoin. This block symbolizes the beginning of the Bitcoin network and the birth of a new financial system.

The Genesis Block is different from the other blocks on the Bitcoin network because it is not connected to any previous block. There is only one transaction in this block and this transaction is the distribution of the 50 Bitcoin reward to a specific address for block mining. Bitcoin users have sent more than 19 Bitcoins to this address as a sign of respect and celebration. However, the 50 Bitcoins produced in this block cannot be spent or transferred due to a technical reason.

There is also a hidden message in the Genesis Block by Satoshi Nakamoto. This message is the headline of the British newspaper The Times on January 3, 2009: โ€œThe Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banksโ€. This message proves that the Genesis Block was not produced before and documents the birthday of Bitcoin. It also emphasizes the aim of Bitcoin to create a monetary system that is independent of banks and central authorities.

This NFT is designed in memory of the Genesis Block. This event is a turning point in world history and represents the struggle of people for freedom and innovation.

Don Quixote's Debut Print (Art)

This NFT is a piece of art that depicts the first edition of Don Quixote, a novel by the Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes, published on January 16, 1605. Don Quixote is the most famous work of Cervantes. The novel tells the adventures of an old nobleman who is obsessed with chivalry books and thinks he is the last knight. Don Quixote sets out with his skinny horse Rosinante and his loyal squire Sancho Panza and wanders between reality and fantasy. The novel was published in two parts. The first part was sold by Cervantes to the publisher Francisco de Robles in July 1604, received the printing license in September, was completed in December and came out on January 16, 1605. The second part was published in 1615.

Don Quixote is considered the first modern novel in world literature. The novel is a humorous, psychological and satirical work that criticizes the chivalry novels of the time. The novel is also a universal masterpiece that explores human nature, idealism, reality, love, friendship, freedom and adventure.

This NFT is designed in memory of the first edition of Don Quixote. This event is a turning point in the history of art and represents the creativity and imagination of people.

A Revelotionary Device (Technology)

This NFT is a piece of art that depicts the first Macintosh computer that was launched on January 24, 1984. The first Macintosh was introduced by Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple. This computer had very different and striking features from other computers of that time. Some of them are:

The first Macintosh had a 9-inch black and white screen. This screen enabled interaction with the computer using a graphical interface. This way, users could communicate with the computer using tools such as icons, windows, menus and a mouse instead of a command line. This made computer use much easier and more fun. The first Macintosh came with a word processor program called MacWrite and a graphics package called MacPaint. These programs allowed users to create, edit and print text and graphics. These programs were very user-friendly and innovative thanks to the graphical interface. For example, MacPaint allowed users to draw with the mouse, select colors, create shapes and copy and paste. The first Macintosh was announced with a famous commercial film directed by Ridley Scott and released in 1984. The commercial film was inspired by George Orwellโ€™s 1984 novel and emphasized that Apple started a revolution against IBMโ€™s dominance in the market. The commercial film was broadcast during the Super Bowl XVIII match and was seen by millions of viewers. The commercial film is considered one of the best commercial films in history. This NFT is designed in memory of the first Macintosh computer. This event is a turning point in the history of technology and shows the innovation and progress of people.

The Sailor Man (Entertainment)

This NFT is a piece of art that depicts the first publication of Popeye, a cartoon that appeared for the first time in a humor magazine on January 17, 1929. Popeye is a sailor character who gains strength by eating spinach. His girlfriend Olive Oyl, attracted attention with her thin, long body, black hair, bun, exaggerated big feet, and energetic and lively personality. His main enemy and friend Bluto, was in love with Olive Oyl and tried to kidnap her by using rough methods. Popeye, on the other hand, managed to overcome this brute force by eating spinach.

Popeye was created by Elzie Crisler Segar and appeared as a side character in the comic strip Thimble Theater. Later, as Popeye became more popular, he became the main character of the comic strip and turned into a series with his own name. Popeye made his debut in cinema with the Betty Boop cartoon in 1933 and became one of the unforgettable cartoon characters. In 1937, he became the first cartoon character to have a statue erected in the United States because of his contribution to the eating habits of the country. Popeye met television in 1960 and had a child. He came to the screens with a musical film starring Robin Williams in 1980 and with a 3D computer animation in 2004.

This NFT is designed in memory of the first publication of Popeye. This event is a turning point in the history of entertainment and represents the love of people for humor and adventure.

World Logic Day (Responsibility)

This NFT is a piece of art that depicts the World Logic Day, which is celebrated on January 14. World Logic Day was proclaimed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to present the intellectual history, practical implications and conceptual significance of logic to the scientific communities and the general public. January 14 was chosen for World Logic Day because it coincides with the death date of Kurt Gรถdel and the birth date of Alfred Tarski, two of the most prominent logicians of the twentieth century.

Logic is a branch of science that studies the form, correctness and validity of thinking. Logic forms the basis of philosophy, mathematics, computer science, linguistics, artificial intelligence and many other disciplines. Logic helps people to think rationally, critically and creatively, to avoid contradictions, to ensure consistency and to produce knowledge.

This NFT is designed in memory of World Logic Day. This event is a turning point in the history of social responsibility and represents the sensitivity of people for logic and reason.

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