“Only those who know the supremacy of the intellectual life—the life which has a seed of ennobling thought and purpose within—can understand the grief of one who falls from that serene activity into the absorbing soul-wasting struggle with worldly annoyances.”― George Eliot, Middlemarch

Chemistry is… well, technically, chemistry is the study of matter. But I prefer to see it as the study of change. Now, just… just think about this. Electrons. They change their energy levels. Molecules change their bonds. Elements, they combine and change into compounds. Well, that’s all of life, right? I mean, it’s just— it’s the constant, it’s the cycle. It’s solution, dissolution, just over and over and over. It is growth, then decay, then transformation. It is fascinating, really.




Breaking Bad.

(By Justin Tyler Close)

David Letterman: Can you tell us anything about what will happen on the season finale of Breaking Bad?


Bryan Cranston: It’s unbelievable. There are so many moments where you are cringing and on the edge of your seat. And then, the very last scene - there is no dialogue, there are no actors. It’s just an exterior shot that is familiar if you watch the show and the camera pushes in on an object. And once it pushes in on the object and you recognize what it is… you freak out!


Bryan Cranston by Adam Fedderly


The end to the best episode of any show to ever air on tv. Ever. 

I still haven’t seen it. Ugh 

Breaking Bad by Chris Siegle