Nagini. The seventh Horcrux created, and the fifth revealed, Nagini was used as something of an afterthought. Voldemort needed a sixth Horcrux to complete what he thought was the mystical number of soul pieces (seven), and Nagini was handy at the time when he was murdering Bertha Jorkins.
There were 8 horcruxes. 7 were made by Voldemort intentionally ( Nagini, goblet, diary, locket, ring, diadem and the part of his soul in Voldemort himself) and 1 was made accidentally which was Harry.
Voldemort wanted to have his soul splited in 7 parts because he believed that 7 was the most powerful number, the number of perfection. Therefore he created intentionally 6 horcruxes in order to have 7 fragments of his soul: the main one - he himself, plus the other parts - the horcruxes.
tom riddles diary, destroyed by basilisk fang. marvolo's ring, destroyed by sword of Gryffindor. Slytherin's locket, destroyed by sword of Gryffindor. Hufflepuff's cup, destroyed by basilisk fang. ravenclaw's diadem, destroyed by fiendfire. Nagini, destroyed by sword of Gryffindor.
There were 8 horcruxes. 7 were made by Voldemort intentionally ( Nagini, goblet, diary, locket, ring, diadem and the part of his soul in Voldemort himself) and 1 was made accidentally which was Harry. Harry was the unintended 8th horcrux, due to his souls being so unstable by being split more than once.
Energy can't be destroyed, just transformed from one form to another. And if you take the energy of Thor's hammer striking Captain America's shield, there's a large amount of kinetic energy in the hammer that is transferred to vibrational energy in the shield.
Jane FosterThor Odinson and Jane Foster had a blooming MCU romance during the first two Thor franchise movies, but following the Ultron Offensive depicted in Avengers: Age of Ultron, the happy couple split for reasons that have yet to become clear.