Do you know what I’ve noticed about Captain Pike that I absolutely love that most other captains don’t tend to do?
He has absolutely NO chill, at all, about seeing people get hurt (unless there’s something else extremely pressing going on). Like no letting medical handle it, no somebody else go running after them first. Just, NYOOM!
I mean SERIOUSLY
The guy should’ve been an EMT! He keeps B-lining it to injured people before anybody else can get there and he’s Very Stressed About It.
Full on protective dad mode every time! And Pike can get his ass kicked and be like ‘I’m totally fine pay no attention to my very bruised up face it’s fiiiiiine’ no it’s not my guy!
The budding PikeUna shipper in me kinda wishes he’d been there when Una got her shit rocked in Memento Mori, she probably wouldn’t have almost bled out in sickbay because she’s worse than he is lmao!
Anyway, as if I needed even more reasons to be madly in love with this guy! Good lord…
It’s like "We have to divert power to the flip flop flux generator and reverse polarity on the quantum quirkle symmetry inverter converter!" or "We need to shut down power to the gluon globe string spin micro stabilizer!"
And I’m sitting there like "OMG they simply have to shut down power to the gluon globe string spin micro stabilizer, WHY DIDNT I THINK OF THAT???"
The important thing is not to shout at this point, Vimes told himself. Do not... what do they call it... go spare? Treat this as a learning exercise. Find out why the world is not as you thought it was. Assemble the facts, digest the information, consider the implications. Then go spare. But with precision.
This week, new engravings have been discovered in Alkerdi cave, Urdazubi (Nafarroa).
They’re around 25,000 years old and what makes them especially valuable and unique is that they seem to be sketches, practice works by a learning artist, defying the idea that the walls were reserved just for the masterpieces, not the previous studies.
There can be seen bisons, aurochs, horses [pics 2 & 3] and other animals, as well as several vulvae [pic 1], a very uncommon motif found in very few places across Europe.