mystery-in-space

anonymous asked:

You know, the Great Fairy spells being written down wouldn't even bother me if, say, they took months or years of training or something to be properly used, which is why Cana needed to learn hers through Deus ex Machina, but no, Lucy flips through some pages and throws out a bubble in spacetime, just like *finger snap* that.

Add it to the list of other spells Lucy mysteriously learnt in the space of about… a minute, along with Urano Metria and Aqua Metria. 

It’s not even like Lucy’s that impressive with magic - she’s always been pretty average at best, so I’m not loving her suddenly being able to rewrite one of Zeref’s books and throw out one of the Grand Spells so casually. 

Fairy Sphere specifically being left in a book makes sense if you read it as having been left there in case of a guild emergency, but it’s really weird that this spell in particular is the only one that can be accessed that. And I still can’t believe that it was in a book in the basement and Makarov didn’t know it. Really? 

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After 40 years, scientists may have solved the mystery of the “Wow!” space signal

  • In August of 1977, a group of astronomers examining radio transmissions in Ohio received a mysterious signal from an unknown source.
  • Shocked by its incredible length — 72 seconds — one scientist scribbled “Wow!” next to the recording, inadvertently giving the unusual communication a nickname that would last decades.
  • Now, after 40 years of grappling with possible explanations for the Wow! signal — which even include the possibility of aliens — scientists at the Center for Planetary Science have finally solved the puzzle.
  • A comet unknown to researchers in the 1970s likely caused the signal, and researchers were able to test that theory in a recent fly-by. Read more (6/8/17)

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big family dinner at the burrow

(based on this glorious post)

James: *trying to pay attention to the conversation at the table*

Teddy: *glances at James, touches his lips absent-mindedly, remembering something*

James: *failing to pay attention to anything except Teddy*

Ron: -well, all I’m going to say is you don’t need to go to Trelawney to know that all potters marry redheads in the end!

Teddy: *while everyone is laughing, morphs his hair to red and stares at James *

James: *looks over at Teddy and chokes on his water*

Ginny: *worried* James, love, you okay?

James: *clears throat* Yep. Fine. Absolutely brilliant.

Teddy: *looks away as if nothing happened*

James: /why do you do these things, and why do i still like you so much omg/

Teddy: /♥/

James Sirius played by my mystery crush @space-marauder

"Describe this podcast in 2 words"

Wtnv- “gay science”

Tbtp- “spooky demons”

Tanis- “Nic why”

Wolf 359- “Eiffel NO”

Limetown- “damn government”

The Bright Sessions- “SUPER POWERS”

Wooden Overcoats- “death business”

Ars Paradoxica- “freaky time”

Lore- “scary PBS”

Astonishing Legends- “spooky bros”

Sword And Scale- “depressingly true”

Thrilling Adventure Hour- “comedy plays”

Alice Isn’t Dead- “mysterious roads”

EOS 10- “space hospital”

Myths And Legends- “original version”

Serial- “journalistic goals”

Star and Marco will see you on this November

“The Battle for Mewni” of the television movie is over but this SVTFOE Season 3 is new episodes will be coming on this November. That’s another hiatus again.

In the mysterious philosophy of space and time, Star and Marco are walking upstairs to a special door of new event while they say, “We will see you a few months later” and “Good-bye.”