sheldon has kissed amy
Sky Tapestry, by Cordella Lackey
A tapestry jewelled hangs over the night;
Have you looked up to see where it gleams?
There are rubies and sapphires and diamonds white
Interwoven with mists of lost dreams.
This tapestry ancient was hung up for you
Before Time tried to reckon with Space;
And for ages to come it will hang in the blue,
Starry jewels each one in its place.
Each star has a story, each mist is alight;
If you seek to know each priceless fold
You will treasure this tapestry hung up at night
By the Weaver of tapestries old.
I have a test tomorrow… how will I ever pass this class??
Stephen Colbert continues to make science compelling.
There’s something else to go along with this.
Brian Greene the man being interviewed was on the show because of World Science U, a free website that’s about “free science for everyone at all levels of interest and knowledge”. This wasn’t just about Colbert nerding out, but a free educational opportunity.
You can sign up for updates now (x), and the first classes are on Einstein’s Special Relativity, which they were talking about on Colbert last night.
If you have not eaten enough during the holiday season, here are the eight planets of the solar system as chocolate balls! This culinary gadget is a creation of L’éclat, an upscale Japanese chocolate maker. Sold here.
February 9, 1964: The Beatles’ record-breaking first live appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show at CBS’ Studio 50 in New York City (x)
“Seventy-three million people were reported to have watched the first show. It is still supposed to be one of the largest viewing audiences ever in the States. It was very important. We came out of nowhere with funny hair, looking like marionettes or something. That was very influential. (…) I get people like Dan Aykroyd saying, ‘Oh man, I remember that Sunday night; we didn’t know what had hit us - just sitting there watching Ed Sullivan’s show.’ Up until then there were jugglers and comedians like Jerry Lewis, and then, suddenly, The Beatles!" - Paul McCartney
February 7, 1964: The Beatles arrive in the United States of America for the first time.
“There were millions of kids at the airport, which nobody had expected. We heard about it in mid-air. There were journalists on the plane, and the pilot had rang ahead and said, ‘Tell the boys there’s a big crowd waiting for them.’ We thought, ‘Wow! God, we have really made it.’” - Paul McCartney
sheldon has kissed amy
Okay, by just looking at the artwork I deduce that all Holmes and Watson are doing 24/7 is basically sitting around in chairs while judging everything (unless they get up to judge more ppl).
I mean, seriously:
even each other
"Watson Watson wake up we’ve got chairs to sit on and things to judge."
"oh and fuck that lamp."
Ok, life is complete. Bye.