Hannah Belle Lecter. You know, when Lecter was first captured we thought she might provide us with a singular opportunity to study a pure sociopath. It’s so rare to get one alive. Lecter is so lucid, so perceptive; she’s trained in psychiatry … and she’s a mass murderer.

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Imagine a video game where you create a hero whose destiny is to save everyone, but throughout the game you start making harder and more questionable decisions, and the game gets darker and darker. In the end you’re just standing there, clutching the controller and finally realizing you were playing the villain all along.

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All the bright precious things fade so fast… and they don’t come back.

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The Dean Winchester Meme ✿ Favorite Quotes About Dean [2/4] 

↳ "You’re not a grunt, Dean. You’re a genius. When it comes to lore, to—you’re the best damn hunter I have ever seen. Better than me, better than dad. I believe in you, Dean." 

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A bright video screen shows images of blue sky on Tiananmen Square during a time of dangerous levels of air pollution, on January 23, 2013 in Beijing.

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HP next genRavenclaws who question everything, who examine - and sometimes even poke - raw nerves in their quest to understand the past and present; they smash comfortable narratives in the name of truth. 

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"I just gave you every book, movie, and tv show I have consumed in the last couple of millennia. Now do you understand that the universe is made up of stories, not atoms?"

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String Theory says that all the notes on a vibrating string correspond to a particle. That to an electron is actually a rubber band; a very tiny rubber band. but if you twang this rubber band and the rubber band vibrates at a different frequency, it turns into a quark. And you twang it again and it turns into a neutrino. So, how many musical notes are there? An infinite. How many musical notes are there on a string? An infinite number. And that may explain why we have so many subatomic particles. They are nothing but musical notes.

So, physics are nothing but the laws of harmonies on a string. Chemistry is nothing but the melodies you can play on vibrating strings. And the mind of God, the mind of God that Einstein worked on for the last 30 years of his life, the mind of God would be cosmic music. Cosmic music resonating through 11 dimensional hyperspace.

—- Micho Kaku, Theoretical Physicist (via madmaudlingoes)


I basically think of it as, like, the universe sang itself into existence.

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