I’m not a fan of the Pilot episode, but I love this scene SO MUCH because it
was the first time we caught a glimpse of Booth & Brennan’s amazing
chemistry. Damn it, you can actually feel the sexual tension from the other
side of the screen. UGH.
This scene. THIS SCENE. This is when I
officially started shipping them. Those looks, those smiles, that EYE SEXING
OMG. Besides, I love this little exchange:
“I knew you’d back me up. I knew you wouldn’t make
me a liar.”
“How did you know?”
“Because you wanna go to heaven.”
“But you don’t believe in heaven.”
“But you do.”
THEY LITERALLY CALLED EACH OTHER HOT IN THIS SCENE.
The bridge. THE BRIDGE.
If you don’t hold your breath every time you watch
this scene, you haven’t lived.
#thankyoubones week | day eight:
5 b&b scenes that made you fall (even more) in love with them
It is cruel to ask me to choose only 5 scenes! But I did my best.
K but Trini was like immediately drawn to Kimberly. Like they didn’t even speak and Kimberly was already using her puppy dog eyes to get Trini to do what she wanted. And that scene in cafe?? I mean no one else could have that kind of chemistry. It was amazing. If anyone has seen power rangers yet pls talk to me about Trini and Kimberly because I am emotional.
I gotta say it’s kinda hilarious and by kinda I mean totally hilarious the only hug (if you can call it that cause it was all kinds of awkward) we’ve ever seen between Emma and Regina happened because of the Captain Swan engagement. So I guess you
SQ fans should really be the happiest about the engagement because you finally got a hug out of it and now at least you’ll stop whining about that. I’ll just be over here laughing at the awkwardness of the only hug that Emma and Regina have ever had. So much for that amazing chemistry you claim exists ( it doesn’t btw) they can’t even hug without it being awkward.
Gertrude B. Elion (1918-1999) was one of the recipients of the 1988 Nobel Prize in
Physiology or Medicine. Throughout her career she developed a variety of new
drugs, including the AIDS treatment AZT, as well as azathioprine, the first
Because of gender bias, she found it very difficult to obtain work
despite two degrees in chemistry, and began as a food quality supervisor for
supermarkets. Eventually she obtained a research position with a pharmaceutical
company in New York, and went on to collaborate with the National Cancer
Institute and the World Health Organization.
being on tumblr and not being an artist/art major is def odd bc i see so many ppl showcasing their amazing talents and like im a chemistry major but how can i showcase that….“hello everyone for today’s post im going to list the strong acids and bases off the top of my head ,, stay tuned for tomorrow we’re discussing solubility guidelines and next week is the cubic crystal system” it’s just not as cool
Wing-Wah Yam (b. 1963) is a Hong Kong chemist, and in
2001 became the youngest person to ever be elected as a member of the Chinese
Academy of Sciences. She is also a Fullbright Scholar and a Fellow of the
Academy of Sciences for the Developing World.
Her research mostly deals with light-emitting
materials, and has enabled more efficient displays for devices such as laptops
and mobile phones and therefore helping to reduce the planet’s power
consumption. In 2011 she won the L’Oréal-UNESCO Award for Women in Science.