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Hey Tumblr,

It would be a dream come true to see my tv series on mtv or vh1. I have a beautiful story that I would love everyone to see, but I need your help. My story is about a beautiful black girl named Omorose, who models in new york. While in the club, she meets this handsome guy, who actually turns out to be the worst thing ever happened to her. Later in the series she finds out that she might be diagnosed with schizophrenia. The twist , is the guy she met is he real or just an illusion? The people she killed, did that beautiful handsome guy really make her do it or she just really crazy? And last but not least who is the man who saved her life?

Please open picture above to read intro to my series. The intro needs some work but if you like the plot.

PLEASE READ THE CHAPTERS TO GET A FEEL OF HOW THE SHOW WILL BE AT THIS LINK: http://w.tt/1CzVvQF

This is based on a true story with a twist.

Please donate ,it would mean the world to me! My plan is to atleast hire real actors, get hd proffesional cameras, rent out places to film, all this stuff is costly and i cant do it with out yall.

*yes they are some spelling errors in my intro

DONATE HERE http://www.gofundme.com/krilpo

READ ACTUAL BOOK CHAPTERS OF MY STORY HERE: http://w.tt/1CzVvQF

LEAVE FEEDBACK :)
water you

sometimes i think we
pour water on ourselves
in an ill-fated attempt
to extinguish the demons
silence our crickets
or feel weighted before it slips

down our backs
billions of oxygen tanks and
houses hows hermits and heads
trickle in the ever-prominent
race against forces uncontrollable

i could say
go pick up your bucket
but you’re swiftly poised
atop the fragmented, damaged
tree stump you now call life
holding a firehose built to
throw trillions of lungs and
horses hats heart and hammers
back at destructive licks

too bad the well’s dried up

LIQUID OXYGEN

Shown above is a mixture of liquid O2 and O3 (ozone). O3 condenses to a dark blue fluid (bottom layer) at −112 °C, and O2 to a lighter blue liquid at −183 °C. Both liquids are powerful oxidizers. Liquid Ohas applications in aerospace propellants and explosives, but liquid O3 is less useful because it can easily detonate when it reaches its boiling point. On an open lab bench, a flask like this is a safety hazard. 

Credit: periodictable.ru

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A really spectacular experiment: ignition of ground coffee. 

If anyone would ignite some ground coffee not this result would be obtained. The trick was that we previously liquefied some oxygen, added the ground coffee (ATTENTION: it could explode!) and then poured out this ground coffee/liquid oxygen mixture in a porcelain crucible. When the liquid oxygen evaporated, the coffee was lit and it burned as a rocket fuel (as seen on the pics).

Something interesting: Coffee beans have a high potassium content as seen from the color of the flame. 

Oxygen absorbing material may allow us to breathe underwater
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Using specially synthesized crystalline materials, scientists from the University of Southern Denmark have created a substance that is able to absorb and store oxygen in such high concentrations that just one bucketful is enough to remove all of the oxygen in a room. The substance is also able to release the stored oxygen in a controlled manner when it is needed, so just a few grains could replace the need for divers to carry bulky scuba tanks. The key component of the new material is the element cobalt, which is bound in a specially designed organic molecule. In standard form – and depending on the available oxygen content, the ambient temperature, and the barometric pressure – the absorption of oxygen by the material from its surroundings may take anything from seconds to days. “An important aspect of this new material is that it does not react irreversibly with oxygen – even though it absorbs oxygen in a so-called selective chemisorptive process,” said Professor Christine McKenzie from the University of Southern Denmark. “The material is both a sensor, and a container for oxygen – we can use it to bind, store, and transport oxygen – like a solid artificial hemoglobin.” (via Oxygen absorbing material may allow us to breathe underwater)