25, cis (she/her), asexual and tentatively panromantic, British. Meandering my way through life and fandom.
Between Carlos’ documentaries about scatter-plot matrices and Cecil’s love of Westerns, the “Recommended for You” suggestions on the Palmer-Scientist Netflix account must get real weird real fast.
disparition said that they were trying to make the music at the end of condos sound like a “romantic moment in some cheesy 80’s movie” BYE
The dude who played Daniel Faraday in Lost (Jeremy Davies, I think?) is in Hannibal. That’s pretty cool, I liked him in Lost.
There’s a reason why Neil deGrasse Tyson’s views on race are completely overlooked and why even I was never aware of them until recently. Science nerds will make a billion photosets and quotes about the new Cosmos and speak on everything Neil gets into even the science of the fucking Mjölnir hammer from Thor or the science of Krypton. Anything Neil speaks on as a prominent figure in science gets circulated. But just like Albert Einstein’s celebrity scientist status had no effect on his vocal views against antiblack racism in America [and it’s now 2014 with the same shit different faces], Neil’s anti-racism views are also suppressed, downplayed, or ignored. It shows that the science community at large has a long way to go in terms of accepting the problem of racism and sexism it has and fails to bring to light as it does so frequently with more efforts to many other political subjects.
if you ever feel like a failure, just remember that jack crawford and the fbi arrested a vegan as the main suspect on a cannibal case