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New picture to celebrate more than 3000 supporters in 15 days
New picture to celebrate more tha 3000 supporters in 15 days.
10 days: 2480 supporters!
It was a very good Darwin Day for the project, in only 24 hrs it gains 580 supporters.
Thank you very much!
1900 supporters in 9 days
The project has reached 1900 supporters in 9 days.
206 years ago, Charles Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, England.
Darwin was a researcher and a revolutionary scientist, who loved and enjoyed nature and science all his life.
Happy birthday Mr. Darwin!
New reviews by Silentmode.tv and Collecy.com
I´m very happy, because the project has been reviewed at:
Thank you very much!
New picture, more than 300 supporters in only one day :D
I want to thank the suggestions of David Jones and Professor Dr. Jerry Coyne, they would like to see Darwin examined his specimens in the cabin. Thanks to the versatility of Lego, that's easy, using only bricks available in the set. Here's the new photo: Darwin's cabin, hope you like it.
Also thank Dr. Coyne, who published a review and call to vote for the project on his blog. Thank you very much!
1000 Supporters in less than 5 days :D
The project has reached 1000 supporters, 10% of the way to 10K, in less than 5 days.
I want to thank all the people who supported the project and shared it in the social networks, especially:
The Beagle Project http://www.hmsbeagleproject.org/
Friends of Darwin http://friendsofdarwin.com/
Josh Witten Ph.D., http://thefinchandpea.com
David Jones, http://www.metaburbia.com/
American Geophysical Union, https://www.facebook.com/AmericanGeophysicalUnion
Ciceverba and her fantastic project Research Geology, https://ideas.lego.com/projects/93813
The Voyage of the Beagle is just beginning, thank you very much for your support!
Thanks to the American Geophysical Union (AGU)
The American Geophysical Union (AGU) share the Lego HMS Beagle Project in their Facebook and Twitter.
Thank you very much for your help!
First 3 days 560 supporters, new pictures
The project reaches 560 supporters in three days, to celebrate this initial success, I share with you new pictures of the ship and its crew.
Thank you very much for your support and feedback.
Smithsonian post an article and a link to HMS Beagle Lego Ideas Project
Smithsonian post an article and a link to my project:
Thanks a lot.
This is fantastic :D