That time Mrs Hudson told us who was going to get shot next episode and we were all thinking that it was going to be Mary. Mrs Hudson is best detective and you know it.
If everything Mrs Hudson says is true, then Johnlock is definitely happening. She’s the captain of our ship. She’ll steer us true.
The single biggest reason why I believe that Johnlock will be canon is that Mrs. Hudson’s entire job description is “make tea and foreshadow shit.”
"Not your housekeeper, dear. I’m your Greek chorus."
Make tea and foreshadow shit.
I am getting that tattooed on my body.
"Mrs. Hudson, I’m going to move into your spare flat with a cute boy. Could you please follow us around and foreshadow our relationship so he gets the hint but I don’t have to admit to anything?"
"Oh that sounds fun, dear, I’ll even give you a deal on the rent."
Make tea and foreshadow shit. This will be written on my grave.
"Made tea and foreshadowed shit. R.I.P."
What is with the look on his face he’s like “Somewhere in the world, somebody is misquoting Shakespeare. I can sense it.”
Most important meal of the day…
Molecules discovered in the Horsehead Nebula hint that the region may function as a kind of gigantic, natural petroleum refinery.
Observations made using the Institute for Millimetric Radio Astronomy’s (IRAM) 30-metre telescope have detected the presence of hydrocarbon molecule C3H+ in the Horsehead Nebula, which sits around 1,300 to 1,500 light years from Earth in the constellation of Orion.
Jérôme Pety and his team at the IRAM facility in the Spanish Sierra Nevada were surveying the nebula, a dense cloud of gases and dust, to discover more about its chemical content. Among the data they found unexpectedly high levels of the propynylidyne ion C3H+, which is one of the molecules that makes up oil and natural gas on Earth.
“We are seeing the operation of a natural refinery of petroleum on a giant scale,” said Pety of the results.
You can get an idea for just how giant the intergalactic hydrocarbon resource is thanks to astronomer Viviana Guzman, who adds that the nebula “contains 200 times more hydrocarbons than the total amount of water on Earth”.
The discovery of the molecule is evidence that a giant interstellar refinery exists within our galaxy, as C3H+ is created when polyaromatic hydrocarbons (commonly found in coal, tar and petroleum products) are broken down by radiation. In the case of the Horsehead Nebula, the nebula would provide the gas while nearby stars offer the required radiation.