Sounds of Music.

Happy 1st of September!

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big-chicken:

cat cat cat cat cat cat cat cat cat

this cat lives in a show horse barn which is why it walks and runs that way

THIS CAT THINKS ITS A HORSE

horse horse horse horse horse horse horse

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big-chicken:

cat cat cat cat cat cat cat cat cat

this cat lives in a show horse barn which is why it walks and runs that way

THIS CAT THINKS ITS A HORSE

horse horse horse horse horse horse horse

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positivelycurious:

SHELDON IS FREAKIN ADORABLE AND I WANT TO ADOPT HIM.

SHELDON! AAAAAUGH

SHELDON IS BACK

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6woofs:

Their faces, I just can’t

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anewwhovian:

Okay so, the Doctor is from out of space but does he only breathe oxygen like everyone else? Does Gallifrey have an atmosphere like Earth’s? Because I’d never thought about it before now but he seems to be struggling just as much as everyone else and he does seem to have the same basic anatomy as a human, other than the two hearts. 
Anyone care to answer?

Gallifrey’s atmosphere is 77% Nitrogen, 21% Oxygen and 2% other, which means that it’s similar to Earth’s atmosphere, but it’s a bit thinner. The Doctor needs oxygen as well, but Time Lords have a raspiratory bypass system that allows them to go without breathing for a longer time span than humans.

Most fandoms have some pretty deep canon. The Doctor Who fandom can tell you the concentrations of gas in the atmosphere of the home planet of the main character. DW Fandom > Your fandom

This also means that Earth’s atmosphere gets the Doctor high, because it has double (or triple, I can’t do math, forgive me) the oxygen of Gallifrey. Obviously the TARDIS has an Earth-like oxygen level inside of it, which can explain why he’s so bloody hyper all the time.

so are you telling me that the Doctor protects Earth because it’s where he gets his fix is that it

umm…no. Earth’s atmosphere is pretty much exactly Gallifry’s, assuming the above percentages are correct. Earth has roughly 78% Nitrogen and 20% oxygen and 2% other so…it’s almost exactly the same.

Not a Doctor Who fan, but as someone with two science degrees I can back-up Jenna’s claim. Earth has an atmospheric concentration of 78.08% Nitrogen, 20.95% Oxygen, and less than one percent other gases mainly Argon, Carbon Dioxide, Neon, Helium, Methane, Nitrous Oxide and Hydrogen. If the first Doctor Who fan is right about Gallifry’s atmospheric concentrations then there is no way that the Doctor is getting “high” on Earth since Earth has a highly comparable Atmospheric concentration. 

wasntthatafunnyday:

jyzavi:

twofingerswhiskey:

nightmarebc:

satanhasclaimedthisblog:

anewwhovian:

Okay so, the Doctor is from out of space but does he only breathe oxygen like everyone else? Does Gallifrey have an atmosphere like Earth’s? Because I’d never thought about it before now but he seems to be struggling just as much as everyone else and he does seem to have the same basic anatomy as a human, other than the two hearts. 

Anyone care to answer?

Gallifrey’s atmosphere is 77% Nitrogen, 21% Oxygen and 2% other, which means that it’s similar to Earth’s atmosphere, but it’s a bit thinner.
The Doctor needs oxygen as well, but Time Lords have a raspiratory bypass system that allows them to go without breathing for a longer time span than humans.

Most fandoms have some pretty deep canon. The Doctor Who fandom can tell you the concentrations of gas in the atmosphere of the home planet of the main character. DW Fandom > Your fandom

This also means that Earth’s atmosphere gets the Doctor high, because it has double (or triple, I can’t do math, forgive me) the oxygen of Gallifrey. Obviously the TARDIS has an Earth-like oxygen level inside of it, which can explain why he’s so bloody hyper all the time.

so are you telling me that the Doctor protects Earth because it’s where he gets his fix is that it

umm…no. Earth’s atmosphere is pretty much exactly Gallifry’s, assuming the above percentages are correct. Earth has roughly 78% Nitrogen and 20% oxygen and 2% other so…it’s almost exactly the same.

Not a Doctor Who fan, but as someone with two science degrees I can back-up Jenna’s claim. Earth has an atmospheric concentration of 78.08% Nitrogen, 20.95% Oxygen, and less than one percent other gases mainly Argon, Carbon Dioxide, Neon, Helium, Methane, Nitrous Oxide and Hydrogen. If the first Doctor Who fan is right about Gallifry’s atmospheric concentrations then there is no way that the Doctor is getting “high” on Earth since Earth has a highly comparable Atmospheric concentration. 

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consulting-criminal-fan:

Shaving your legs. More like yoga in the shower with razor blades.

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Seven week old puppies playing with mommy.

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