for one single second i thought the doctors name was “please” and was incredibly confused.
The explosion was incredible, I loved it!
They should know by now that the Doctor lies.
And it was Trenzalore, it was definitely Trenzalore?
A+ to Matt`s acting in this episode
I LITERALLY CANNOT STAND TO SEE HIM CRY
LIKE EVERY BIT OF HAPPINESS IN MY LIFE IS GONE THE SECOND HE STARTS TO CRY
GUYS THINK ABOUT THIS:
Clara has just mentioned seeing River. The Doctor says he always sees her.
When Clara says she saw her, The Doctor is hit with the realisation that River in fact is real, and not just in his imagination. And that kills him.
He’s crying because he thought he had an ending with her, but now he has to have another.
HE’S CRYING BECAUSE SHE’S REAL.
Oh look at that, it became more painful.
This is an amazing base that just opened in Antarctica. It crawls to keep it from freezing to the ice! Lots more cool details inside. Amazing Green Modular Halley VI Crawling Antarctic Base Opens
Living Ice - a great time lapse video of an icebreaker traveling the Antarctic waters. What really captured me was just how many different faces the ice can have, both in appearance and quality. Even today, there are still many corners of our own planet where the heart of an explorer can find some solace …
The Nathaniel B. Palmer is an icebreaker operated by the US National Science Foundation. Cassandra Brooks, one of the 37 scientists the ship can accommodate for missions of up to 75 days and deep in the Antarctic winter, shot this timelapse video of the ship doing its stuff over a two month period while traveling through the Ross Sea.
The video is the latest in a series of posts in which Brooks blogs about her experiences studying marine protection in the Antarctic at National Geographic.