1. smarterplanet:

Chinese team develop fuel cell that can clean water as it generates electricity | Physorg.com
Yanbiao Liu and his colleagues from Shanghai Jiao Tong  University, have succeeded in building a device capable of both cleaning  wastewater and producing electricity from it. Using light as an energy  source the team created a photo-catalytic fuel cell that used a titanium  dioxide nanotube-array anode and a cathode based on platinum. The light  energy degrades the organic material found in the wastewater and in the  process generates electrons which pass through the cathode converting  it into electricity. The team has published its results on Water Science & Technology.

    smarterplanet:

    Chinese team develop fuel cell that can clean water as it generates electricity | Physorg.com

    Yanbiao Liu and his colleagues from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, have succeeded in building a device capable of both cleaning wastewater and producing electricity from it. Using light as an energy source the team created a photo-catalytic fuel cell that used a titanium dioxide nanotube-array anode and a cathode based on platinum. The light energy degrades the organic material found in the wastewater and in the process generates electrons which pass through the cathode converting it into electricity. The team has published its results on Water Science & Technology.

    (via emergentfutures)

    3 years ago  /  174 notes  /  Source: physorg.com

  2. laughingsquid:

Zombies Invade Dorney Park, Setting Theme Park Ride World Record

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    Zombies Invade Dorney Park, Setting Theme Park Ride World Record

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  3. laughingsquid:

Zombie Girl at Dorney Park

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    Zombie Girl at Dorney Park

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  4. laughingsquid:

    For The Woman of YouTube

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  5. Some trashy part of me wants these..

    Some trashy part of me wants these..

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  6. nevver:

Nobody Reads Ads

    nevver:

    Nobody Reads Ads

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  7. REBLOG if you’ve been told you have soft lips ;)

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  8. kateoplis:

“You can have as many debates about gay marriage as you want, and over the last 22 years of campaigning for it, I’ve had my share. You can debate theology, and the divide between church and state, the issue of procreation, the red herring of polygamy, and on and on. But what it all really comes down to is the primary institution of love. The small percentage of people who are gay or lesbian were born, as all humans are, with the capacity to love and the need to be loved. These things, above everything, are what make life worth living. And unlike every other minority, almost all of us grew up among and part of the majority, in families where the highest form of that love was between our parents in marriage. To feel you will never know that, never feel that, is to experience a deep psychic wound that takes years to recover from. It is to become psychologically homeless. Which is why, I think, the concept of “coming out” is not quite right. It should really be called “coming home.””
—Andrew Sullivan (above with husband): Why Gay Marriage is Good for Straight America

    kateoplis:

    You can have as many debates about gay marriage as you want, and over the last 22 years of campaigning for it, I’ve had my share. You can debate theology, and the divide between church and state, the issue of procreation, the red herring of polygamy, and on and on. But what it all really comes down to is the primary institution of love. The small percentage of people who are gay or lesbian were born, as all humans are, with the capacity to love and the need to be loved. These things, above everything, are what make life worth living. And unlike every other minority, almost all of us grew up among and part of the majority, in families where the highest form of that love was between our parents in marriage. To feel you will never know that, never feel that, is to experience a deep psychic wound that takes years to recover from. It is to become psychologically homeless. Which is why, I think, the concept of “coming out” is not quite right. It should really be called “coming home.””

    Andrew Sullivan (above with husband): Why Gay Marriage is Good for Straight America

    3 years ago  /  430 notes  /  Source: kateoplis

  9. laughingsquid:

Toaster Pastry Feline by Ben Hickling

Pop tart kitty fartin rainbows

    laughingsquid:

    Toaster Pastry Feline by Ben Hickling

    Pop tart kitty fartin rainbows

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  10. kateoplis:

Ken Jeong photobombs GQ’s shoot

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    Ken Jeong photobombs GQ’s shoot

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