gameraboy:

The Starless World (1978) by Bob Larkin.


We sleep inside this machine

We sleep inside this machine

fandomfinds10:

New painting I am working on. Amy Pond. Seriously can’t get enough of drawing/painting at the moment…

rose-tyier:

                                           F͎͓̙͙̦̥͓e̞͔̗̤͖̗̠͎̻a̯̞̤͖͉͖̼͕̹͚̲̣̼̫͇̮̤ͅͅr̼̩̣̱̞̺̜̗͇̮̺͍̩͉ ͎̜̠̞͕͉̯̳̯͔i̻͍͚s̱̥̤͈̗ ͈̟̞̣̻̗̼̺͕̳S͔͕̦̣̥͙̟͈̘̮i͉̤̞̭̖̫̣̖̜̜̥̞̗̗̲l̮͙̦̩̩̯̜e̙̦͚̺̲̬̘̥͍̹͍̱̗͖ͅn͇͈̲̯t̯̗͎͖͇̠͖

rose-tyier:

                                           F͎͓̙͙̦̥͓e̞͔̗̤͖̗̠͎̻a̯̞̤͖͉͖̼͕̹͚̲̣̼̫͇̮̤ͅͅr̼̩̣̱̞̺̜̗͇̮̺͍̩͉ ͎̜̠̞͕͉̯̳̯͔i̻͍͚s̱̥̤͈̗ ͈̟̞̣̻̗̼̺͕̳S͔͕̦̣̥͙̟͈̘̮i͉̤̞̭̖̫̣̖̜̜̥̞̗̗̲l̮͙̦̩̩̯̜e̙̦͚̺̲̬̘̥͍̹͍̱̗͖ͅn͇͈̲̯t̯̗͎͖͇̠͖

canvaspaintings:

Dematerializing Tardis Spatter Art by BlueBoxesEtc (13.50 EUR) http://ift.tt/15HWfCr

max2ndworld:

I will always remember when the Doctor was me

The universe hangs by such a delicate thread of coincidences that it would be useless to meddle with it, unless like me you’re a Time Lord.

And I built a home,
for you,
for me.

There will always be those who mean to do us harm. To stop them, we risk awakening the same evil within ourselves. Our first instinct is to seek revenge when those we love are taken from us. But that’s not who we are… When Christopher Pike first gave me his ship, he had me recite the Captain’s Oath. Words I didn’t appreciate at the time. But now I see them as a call for us to remember who we once were and who we must be again.

ucresearch:

Seeing a supernovae within hours of the explosion
For the first time ever, scientists have gathered direct evidence of a rare Wolf-Rayet star being linked to a specific type of stellar explosion known as a Type IIb supernova. Peter Nugent of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory says they caught this star – a whopping 360 million light years away – just a few hours after it exploded.
Hear more about this discovery →

ucresearch:

Seeing a supernovae within hours of the explosion

For the first time ever, scientists have gathered direct evidence of a rare Wolf-Rayet star being linked to a specific type of stellar explosion known as a Type IIb supernova. Peter Nugent of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory says they caught this star – a whopping 360 million light years away – just a few hours after it exploded.

Hear more about this discovery →