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March on Mars, Martin Freeman, and More Tweets From Geeks We Love

This week in the Twitterverse, our favorite Internet celebrities modernized historic moments and received NSFW gifts from fellow geeks. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson hopes to one day lead a March on Mars, and actors Martin Freeman and Simon Pegg shared a very special moment on The World's End set. See Neil, Martin, and more of our favorite geeks in this week's top 10 tweets.

StarTalk Radio host Neil deGrasse Tyson modernizes Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision, 50 years after the historic March on Washington.

The sounds of Siberia, Marissa Mayer's critics, and more pithy messages after the break.

The Sync Up host Veronica Belmont listens to the sounds of south Siberia.

Oh snap. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer (who's riling up lots of critics these days) squashes a report that she, er, curls.

Mars Curiosity flight director Bobak Ferdowsi anticipates the arrival of NASA's Juno probe, which is on its way to Jupiter and very close to its final destination.

The World's End writer and actor Simon Pegg gifted costar Martin Freeman an oil painting of a naked Benedict Cumberbatch riding a unicorn. Allegedly.

Perhaps Bonnie Burton, author of the Star Wars Craft Book, should marry a Khal and receive some fantastical eggs as a wedding gift?

Actor Wil Wheaton tweeted skepticism about Ben Affleck's new role as Batman in the upcoming Man of Steel sequel, and received some heated backlash. He sent this message as a grave remember that the Interwebs are no joke.

J.J. Abrams: please reunite the cast of Alias.

Star Trek and X-Men actor Patrick Stewart has fans of all shapes, sizes, and species.

Geek and Sundry's Felicia Day takes a stab at stale coffee science.

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