lizzymaxia:

the killing + you can’t put a price on wisdom

  • some things you can’t fix. maybe they just stay broke.
  • if the truth hurts, you ain’t living right.
  • sometimes i think you just run away just so someone will come looking for you. staying put is a kind of running away.
  • empathy can poison your brain. it’s like elephants. i mean, they mourn their dead. go nuts over them.
  • bad luck either destroys you or makes you the man you really are.
  • just the wrong place at the wrong time. sometimes it just comes down to that, i guess. just the randomness.
  • sometimes what you get isn’t really what you want.
  • sometimes the ones who hide are the ones who want to be found the most.
  • it’s a measure of a person’s life, i think, those who come see you in the end.
  • it’s the loneliest thing in the world, waiting to be found.

salmabalma:

centranthusruber:

Arghhhhhhhh

I have to stop dreaming about Linden and Holder kiss\having sex\whatever romantic situation in S4.

My expectations are far too high -.-

YOU’RE NOT ALONE! I think somewhere by the middle of season 1, I could not stop thinking Holder was into Linden. And then…

I admit I almost hate when fictional partners get involved in romantic situation so I was glad they didn’t in S1 … BUT then, since episode 8 I started shipping them because of their amazing chemistry and I loved the way they built their relationship and how it has gone so far … BUT now it’s so frustrating and I watched S3 without caring about the case because my priority was\is to watch them kiss and make love for hours… I’ll let you imagine how mad I was at Linden when she slept with Skinner!

The Quantum Entanglement
If two systems interact with each other for a certain period of time and then they’re separated, we can’t describe them as two distinct systems, but in some subtle way they become a single one. What happens to one of them continues to influence each other because "it thus appears that one particle of an entangled pair knows what measurement has been performed on the other” even though the particles may be separated by arbitrarily large distances.
OK I SHOULD really stop comparing these two to physical phenomenons or mathematical theorems.

The Quantum Entanglement

If two systems interact with each other for a certain period of time and then they’re separated, we can’t describe them as two distinct systems, but in some subtle way they become a single one. What happens to one of them continues to influence each other because "it thus appears that one particle of an entangled pair knows what measurement has been performed on the other” even though the particles may be separated by arbitrarily large distances.

OK I SHOULD really stop comparing these two to physical phenomenons or mathematical theorems.