will matters


You thought I was just Holt’s lackey. And you thought I was just Jake’s girlfriend. Well, I’m my own person, capable of making my own decisions, and I decided to humiliate you both.


so I recently was not feeling too good about my inability to use colors in unconventional way so I started randomizing my palette for my daily doodles (the exact colors used are in caption, those were colored with Promarkers for the record)

I must say I’m quite happy with the results and I have been very surprised by some color combos and I’m definitely going to use some in future works

also there’s a bonus Kiraboss under the cut, which was the first doodle I did for the soft pink/orange/blue one but I’m too chickenshit about ship stuff so I did a little Doppio to hide my shame

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I was looking at Fenris dialogue again and I have to say… for someone defined by being helpful and diplomatic, Blue Hawke can be quite a bitch. 

  • Fenris: You are too willing to involve yourself in the affairs of others, Hawke.
  • Fenris: Each time you put yourself at risk. One day you will not be so lucky.
  • Hawke: You have a better idea?
  • Fenris: Guard what you have. Keep your head low.

(If Hawke has a diplomatic/helpful personality)

  • Hawke: That sounds like a way to go through life without ever knowing anyone.
  • Fenris: I… suppose so.
  • Hawke: How well has that worked for you, Fenris?
  • Fenris: (Grunts)

Like, Purple Hawke has a silly comment about being a dragon, Red Hawke is gruffly like “yeah but you’re not gonna kill me right?” and Blue Hawke just… comes for Fenris’s entire life.

“How well has that worked for you, Fenris?” 

Blue Hawke, please chill. 


Ask Ethan: Is Dark Matter The ‘Aliens’ Of Astrophysics?

“It’s true and remarkable that the positrons implied by the HAWC data explain only 1% of the positrons observed by the other experiments, indicating that something else is responsible. When you see an observation that our conventional ideas can’t account for, like an excess of astrophysical positrons, keep in the back of your head that it might be dark matter, exhibiting the long-sought-after interaction properties that have eluded us so far. But it’s far more likely that some other astrophysical process is accelerating conventional, known particles to produce these effects. When you have a mystery in science, keep your mind open to a revolution, but place your bets on the mundane. And never, ever believe the hype that claims otherwise.”

When there’s something you can’t explain in space, there’s always an explanation. Before you posit some new, groundbreaking physics, however, the smart move is to examine the mundane explanations, like the matter and the objects we already know must exist. In a recent study, scientists sought to explain the positron/gamma-ray excess seen by astrophysical observatories like PAMELA, AMS, and Fermi by measuring the positrons from a couple of pulsars. While they saw a signal that was consistent with some positron emission, it was too little and too weak to be the answer. So if it isn’t these nearby pulsars, what is it? There could be a great many other possibilities, such as microquasars, magnetars, younger or older pulsars, or supernova remnants, among others. So why go straight to ‘dark matter’ as the primary explanation? There’s no good reason for it at all.

This is the problem when you believe what you wish was true instead of what was likely true, and you can’t distinguish between them. Come get the real story instead!