National Create A Vacuum Day
National Create A Vacuum Day is an annual celebration observed on February 4th of every year. In everyday usage, a vacuum is simply the volume of space which is empty of matter. Vacuum implies that the gaseous pressure is much less than that of the atmospheric pressure. i.e. you will be getting the higher-quality vacuum. We would have heard about the famous idiom ‘Nature abhors a vacuum‘ which later made many debates. But today is the Day to create a vacuum in your place as to enjoy. You can try and create your own vacuum at your home to clear out some space as it is National Create A Vacuum Day.
“Nature abhors a vacuum.” – Francois Rabelais
History of National Create A Vacuum Day
The history, origin, and the year from when the National Create A Vacuum Day has been in the celebration are unknown fact. There is nowhere mentioned about the creator of this Day. Might be the creator would have felt void and empty and thus came up with this celebration. However, the Day encourages the people to learn more in detail about the science behind a vacuum. You can even get into this Day to experiment and know what vacuum is. A vacuum is created when the pressure inside the space is lower than the pressure outside the space. The vacuum has been a frequent topic of debate by famous personalities since ancient times. Although it is impossible to create a space that has absolutely no matter, you can create partial or simple vacuums in your home.
Other Celebrations on February 4
February 4 is also celebrated as
- World Cancer Day
- National Stuffed Mushroom Day
- National Sweater Day
- National Thank A Letter Carrier Day
- National Homemade Soup Day
How to Celebrate National Create A Vacuum Day
Celebrating the National Create A Vacuum Day is quite simple. You can indulge yourself in getting to know about the science behind vacuum and experiment with your own. Take this Day as the best chance to create a vacuum in your life and see it in real. You can take a syringe and just plug up the open end and pull back on the plunger. Now you will be able to see the empty space. However, there will be some microscopic contents in the syringe. Take out your vacuum and clear off the dust in your wardrobe. You can share your views about the vacuum on the social media using the hashtag #CreateAVacuumDay.