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Doctor Who series 35, episode eight: The Zygon Inversion

Doctor Who series 35, episode eight: The Zygon Inversion After last episode’s Zygon invasion, the Doctor brilliantly foils the insurgency with a bit of classic bluff and pure logic. And in the process, Peter Capaldi at last enjoys his defining ‘Doctor moment’

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A Lot Of People Are Sharing This Powerful "Doctor Who" Speech About War

He had engineered a war game so that both humans and the aliens believed that they had a chance of winning or losing, entirely at random. This led to the accusation of playing games.. | Many People Are Sharing This Powerful "Doctor Who" Speech About War

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A Lot Of People Are Sharing This Powerful "Doctor Who" Speech About War

♥Such wisdom in his lines of this episode!♥ BuzzFeed: Peter Capaldi's speech during "The Zygon Inversion" has got a lot of people talking. Spoilers in this post, obviously.

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A Doctor Who fan has edited their own version of the 12th Doctor’s anti-war speech in ‘The Zygon Inversion’, featuring flashbacks from previous episodes. YouTube’s The Majestic N’th Doctor said: “When the Doctor is making his speech about war and what he’s done in the past, I often wondered what he sees and thinks through flashbacks from past episodes.”...

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Satellite eye on Earth: February 2013 - in pictures

While New England dug out from the blizzard of 2013, clearing skies over the snow-laden land gave way to a beautiful pattern of cloud streets just off shore, on 10 February. Cloud streets form when cold air move over warmer waters, while a warmer air layer (a temperature inversion) sits over top of both. The streets (parallel lines of cloud) form along the direction of the wind. Newly formed streets appear well-defined and crisp...

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#geoubcsic The Role of Electrical Anisotropy in Magnetotelluric Responses: From Modelling and Dimensionality Analysis to Inversion and Interpretation. Marti, A. SURVEYS IN GEOPHYSICS V.35(1):179-218. [2014]. The study of electrical anisotropy in the Earth, defined as the electrical conductivity varying with orientation, has experienced important advances in the last years regarding the investigation of its origins, how to identify and model it, and how it can be related to other…