Sketched in the dark, while watching people dance tango
is this Laurence and Jane and there dragons?
The reason why I’m not very into space and physics is that every time I think about it too much I get an existential crisis. Like, why does the universe exist? Why does life exist? How big is the universe, is it really infinite? How does ANYTHING exist? Are there parallell universes? How about dark matter, and atoms, and protons and electrons and neutrons and quarks, why is there so much “nothing” between the electrons? Quantum mechanics, string theory, black holes, worm holes. Why do different numbers of protons and electrons act so differently?
Anonymous said: Sorry to bother, but what book/movie/series does that lemon dragon from your doodles belong to?
The dragon itself is just a dragon version of my leopard gecko Lemon, but the inspiration comes from the Temeraire books by Naomi Novik, which I highly recommend! Great books! History with dragons
Okay, you probably know about the whole “Pluto should be a planet!!” movement, but did you know WHY people are so upset about it?
Turns out it’s the only “planet” discovered by Americans, so American astronomers are lobbying for it to regain it’s planetary status.
Thanks for like the best request ever!
The uniform I’m wearing is the one used in Sweden during that time period, and apparently Sweden has bought eggs from the Middle East at some point. (I need to know what other Scandinavian breeds there are besides Lindorm and Berghexe)
Berghexe was actually a Central European dragon, I believe. But another dragon from that general area mentioned in the books was the Mauerfuchs.
Ah! I just went by the name, Berghexe sounds like it could be Scandinavian. Thanks though!