self-prescribed aquarium legs cracking with every move you make will your legs crumble with all this sand in your feet? or will you get distracted by the ants catching water droplets on their tongues in the grass?
There are so many components to (to steal Kelly Williams Brown’s term)
‘adulting,’ and so few of them are taught in schools. I 10000% believe
in the power of education, but high school kids need to learn less about
the Pythagorean Theorum and more about wtf is a bond and how do you
So if you’re fresh out of college and you’re like, Wait, what? Or you’re
33 and you have kids now and you’re like, Wait, what? Dude, if you are
54 and struggling to launder your garments, have I got some book recs
“You forget it all anyway. First you forget everything you learned–the dates of the Hay-Herran Treaty and the Pythagorean Theorem. You especially forget everything you didn’t really learn, but just memorized the night before. You forget the names of all but one or two of your teachers, and eventually you’ll forget those, too. You forget your junior year class schedule and where you used to sit and your best friend’s home phone number and the lyrics to that song you must have played a million times. For me, it was something by Simon & Garfunkel. Who knows what it will be for you? And eventually, but slowly, oh so slowly, you forget your humilations–even the ones that seemed indelible just fade away. You forget who was cool and who was not, who was pretty, smart, athletic, and not. Who went to a good college. Who threw the best parties. Who could get you pot. You forget all of them. Even the ones you said you loved, and even the ones you actually did. They’re the last to go. And then once you’ve forgotten enough, you love someone else.”
I don’t cry hardly ever.. But this quote literally gets me every time I read it. It was a decent book, but this quote is my favorite ever. I can relate to every single bit of it. I don’t want to forget, but I’ve already started.
This is an illustration of the Mundus Cosmograph, a mechanism created at the Snow Tower Observatory located at the peak of the Throat of the world. The cosmograph was the first of it’s kind, and is currently used to track the celestial bodies. This information is most often used to predict the times of conjunction and power apex’s across Tamriel.
Represented are the major constellations and their positions in relation to each other, the seasons of Nirn and Nirn itself.
It is one of the many instruments used currently used in the researching of the Nexus Theorum. The correlation between the positions of the celestial bodies and their influence on the magical nature of Mundus itself. Some believe that it possible to predict the time and place that individuals designated as Nexus Vessels are conceived. Beings born to be involved in great events and mandate large sweeping changes to Tamriel.
This is an illustration of an Oblivion Cosmograph, one of many mechanisms created at the Snow Tower Observatory located at the peak of the Throat of the world. The cosmograph is one of the first true maps of the realms of Oblivion, and is currently used to track the movements of the Realms. This information is most often used to predict the times of conjunction and power apex’s across Tamriel.
Represented are the major oblivion realms and their positions in relation to each other, and to Mundus itself.
It is one of the many instruments used currently used in the researching of the Nexus Theorum. The correlation between the positions of the realms and their influence on the magical nature of Mundus itself. Some believe that it possible to predict the time and place that individuals designated as Nexus Vessels are conceived. Beings born to be involved in great events and mandate large sweeping changes to Tamriel.
It was this map along with other instruments that the Seridur Group developed to eventually pursue travel between the realms. Eventually culminating in the Aetherius Venture, which caused much controversy. Seridur proposed to exit Mundus and enter Aetherius itself. The specifics are kept a secret to this day, but it is known to be somewhat a success. Seridur returned twelve years later, having aged several centuries. He did not speak or move, but was alive.
Seridur still resides in a comatose state in the city of Alinor, though efforts to revive or communicate continue.
one reason I’m upset atlantis is cancelled is that we never get to see pythagoras figure out his theorum. can you imagine it? just him sat at a table surrounded by papers and triangle diagrams, glaring at his work, whilst icarus lazily munches on an apple opposite, and suddenly py just jumps up and yells “FUCKING A2 + B2!! THAT’S IT! I’VE GOT YOU NOW HYPOTENUSE” and icarus falls off his chair backwards and hercules runs in brandishing a sword to see py running around laughing and dancing, whilst icarus is for some reason in a pile on the floor rubbing his head
When they were transformed by the Mind Stone, the Maximoff twins got powers from other Infinity Stones. Wanda got powers of the Reality Stone and Pietro got power from the Space Stone. Don’t believe me?
Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff
And if I remember correctly, in the comics, Wanda has children with the Vision, an android.
Now lets look at Pietro.
I leave it to the fandom to decide what this means.