The Girl Who Deduce
• Inevitably part of a looooot of fandoms (yeah, I know... It's supposed to start acting like an adult, but I'm still a little screaming girl inside!)
• Sherlocked, Whovian, Potterhead.. and also Supernatural, Game of Thrones, Scrubs, Lord of the Rings, etc etc
I tried to focus on one of them... but I can't decide... So you can find here everything is beautiful, interesting and lovable to me here.
• I love science... I hope that it will be part of my life in the future.
• I'm a little bit obsessed with Mr. Cumberbatch too! It's just a warning.
• Love England but I'm not English. Forgive my english grammar mistakes.

TIFF Toronto, 2013 (x)


TIFF Toronto, 2013 (x)


Groeneveld Castle, Netherlands (by marco paint)


Groeneveld Castle, Netherlands (by marco paint)

Me and @jarpad sittin where we belong.


The silly logic that congress has about climate change

You may have already seen the full segment on The Daily Show (you should if you haven’t) where John Stewart critiques a recent hearing held by the House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology. It echoes a commencement speech that President Obama gave last spring at UC Irvine:

Today’s Congress is full of folks who stubbornly and automatically reject the scientific evidence about climate change.  They will tell you it is a hoax, or a fad.  One member of Congress actually says the world is cooling. There was one member of Congress who mentioned a theory involving “dinosaur flatulence”—which I won’t get into.

As for the ice in the glass concept, mounting evidence finds large swaths of land ice melting into the ocean.  A recent study that incorporates 40 years of observations from a joint effort with NASA and UC Irvine has found that the West Antarctic glacier will contribute to a 4 foot rise in sea level.  

You can read more about that study here →

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Cartoon Characters Brought to Life with @francoisdourlen

For more childlike plays on the world around him, follow @francoisdourlen on Instagram.

“It’s not a question of the camera lens, just a question of the moment, imagination and expression,” says Instagrammer François Dourlen (@francoisdourlen), a teacher from Normandy, France. Inspired by the daily scenes around him, François is reminded of characters from popular culture and animation films. “I don’t really choose photos to put with the background,” he explains. “The background makes me think about pictures I’ve seen.”

His playful style inserts cartoon characters on real life backgrounds to delight his followers—and himself. He adds: “My message to the world is: ‘Do not forget to look at the world through a child’s eyes.’”


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