Eurovision 2013 Montenegro: Who See? - Igranka (LIVE AT FIRST SEMI-FINAL) (by Eurovision013TV)
Deep Space Nine 6.13: Far Beyond the Stars
Pavane in F-sharp minor for orchestra and choir, Op. 50 | Gabriel Fauré
Oh, Ezri, I hope you like whips and chains.
yes? No thanks, I’ll pass, Captain.
- pats bed - Oh yes please! We can watch movies together and I can replicate Parmesan herb popcorn and Fanalian totties!!
lets see e3e
By far the cutest little guy on the USS Enterprise
EZRI IS SO CUTE
if they’d brought back Dax in any other form I don’t think I could have accepted them but Ezri you adorable creature
I mean look at her she’s a magical baseball pixie
Awww, thank you! That’s so sweet!
With fire and steel did the gods forge the Klingon heart.
So fiercely did it beat, so loud was the sound,
that the gods cried out:
“On this day we have brought forth the strongest heart in all the heavens.
None can stand before it without trembling at its strength.”
But then the Klingon heart weakened,
its steady rhythm faltered and the gods said:
“Why have you weakened so? We have made you the strongest in all of creation.”
And the heart said: “I am alone.”
And the gods knew they had erred.
So they went back to their forge and brought forth… another heart.
But the second heart beat stronger than the first
and the first was jealous of its power.
Fortunately, the second heart was tempered by wisdom.
“If we join together, no force can stop us.”
And when the two hearts began to beat together,
the filled the heavens with a terrible sound.
For the first time, the gods knew fear.
They tried to flee, but it was too late.
The Klingon hearts destroyed the gods who created them
and turned the heavens to ashes.
To this very day, no one can oppose the beating of two Klingon hearts.
S6E7 - You Are Cordially Invited
Smiles fondly. That was a wonderful wedding.
Viewing at sub-millimeter wavelengths, the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX) in Chile revealed this new image of cosmic dust grains in the Orion Molecular Cloud complex (The bright region at the upper right is the Orion Nebula - M42)
The dust grains normally block light, but with these wavelengths they shine (Orange in this image) due to them being a few degrees above absolute zero. Cooler objects give off radiation at longer wavelengths (like red stars) and hotter objects give off shorter wavelengths (blue stars).
masteroftheseas replied to your post: // I know I said today would be the day I’d reveal…
//hope everything’s well and good for you!
// thank you! :) It is, I’m just needed to help out at a campus event this weekend.