OneRepublic is actually growing on me. I’ve been listening to this entire album throughout the past week and I’m impressed.
- YEAH GIRL I’MMA TAKE YOUR CLOTHES OFF AND put them in a closet for you cause it’s polite
- YEAH BABY THAT’S RIGHT IMMA PICK YOU UP AND carry you to your bed cause baby I know you tired
- OH GIRL IMA SLAP DAT broom out of your hand because you’ve had a long day at work, and i can do it myself
- WAIT TILL YOU SEE MA collection of politely worded love letters.
Seem like legit lyrics to me.
Mobile phones that fold, razor thin handsets powered by flexible batteries or see-through solar panels built directly into a colourful screen.
These visions of our mobile future may seem a world away from our rigid, fragile and power-hungry smartphones today. But they could all soon become reality thanks to the “wonder material” known as graphene. Believe the hype and these single-atom-thick sheets of carbon could soon replace just about every material and component used in modern day smartphones, making it lighter, faster and with more bells and whistles than ever before. If these claims seem extraordinary, then so too is the material which could make them possible. Graphene is made of a single element, carbon, arranged in a flat, unchanging crystal pattern that looks like chicken wire. Although it may sound rare and complex it is simply very thin layers of graphite – the same as found in a common pencil. In fact it’s now realised that almost every stroke of a pencil leaves fragments of graphene in the shining grey trace on the paper. (via BBC - Future - Technology - Graphene: Bend and flex for mobile phones)
People change so you learn how to let go. Things go wrong, so that you appreciate them when they’re right. You believe lies, so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.
How do jellyfish sting?
the science of cnidocytes and nematocysts
jellyfish don’t sting through electricity or by touch. Jellyfish sting through a special type of cell called a Cnidocyte, there are three types of cnidocytes currently known. Spirocysts which entangle their prey, Ptychocysts which build tubes for tube anemones and the most well known Nematocysts. Nematocysts consist of a toxic barb which is coiled on a thread inside the cindocyte, when triggered the barb is ejected almost instantly taking only 700 nanoseconds to fire and firing with a force of five million g’s. A cindoctye can only fire once, and must be replaced when fired a process that could take 2 days.
Lechowski’s film, titled R’ha, is a fully computer animated six-minute short that you won’t believe was made by just one student.
This was animated by ONE student.
YI GE XUE SHEN
Guys, if you havent already seen it you HAVE TO DO IT RIGHT NOW.
oh my god
i want to start this fandom i’ll be president