"Cinematic Expression" - A selection of hand picked songs to take you on a journey without leaving your bed.
From films such as Harry Potter, Captain America, and Pirates of the Caribbean.
SERIES 3 HAS JUST BEEN CONFIRMED BY SHAUN EVANS
Here’s the link to the archived live chat that ended just now. Shaun said that there’s already been talks with Russ Lewis and the producers and that series 3 will be set either in ‘66 or ‘67 (so it’ll most likely continue from where Neverland left off).
The cheeriest Chief Inspector in the Division.
Just watched this one a few days ago. Don’t worry, he gets back to his grumpy self a bit later ;)
I come bearing gifts, mon amis.
53 Endeavour S1E3 ‘Rocket’ Icons @ my LJ
Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.
I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard
New Avengers: Age of Ultron pictures from Entertainment Weekly.
Troy, make me proud. Be the first black man to make it to the end.
Harry Potter meme: Nine characters
→ [2/9] Dean Thomas
The Patronus is a kind of positive force, a projection of the very things that the dementor feeds upon — hope, happiness, the desire to survive — but it cannot feel despair, as real humans can, so the dementors can’t hurt it.
Swim Deep - Honey
isn’t it weird that you can have friends but also have no friends at the same time
Inventor of Kevlar®
Stephanie Kwolek, the famous woman inventor and scientist, wanted to study medicine while growing up in New Kensington, Pennsylvania, and that desire persisted as she worked toward her B.A. in chemistry at Carnegie Mellon University. After finishing her degree, however, Kwolek took a temporary research position with DuPont, where her work turned out to be so interesting that she decided to stay on.
One of the first women research chemists, she first gained national recognition in 1960 for her work with long molecule chains at low temperatures. In 1971, Kwolek’s further analysis culminated in an important discovery of a liquid crystalline polymer solution. Its exceptional strength and stiffness led to the invention of Kevlar®, a synthetic material that is five times as strong as steel.
Kevlar® is resistant to wear, corrosion and flames, and it is the main ingredient in the production of bulletproof vests, which have become invaluable to legions of soldiers and law enforcement officers. Furthermore, Kevlar® is used in dozens of other products, including skis, safety helmets, hiking and camping gear, and suspension bridge cables.
Kwolek’s research efforts have resulted in her being the recipient or co-recipient of 17 U.S. patents. This noted woman inventor also has received such prestigious accolades as the Kilby Award, the National Medal of Technology and the 1999 Lemelson-MIT Lifetime Achievement Award