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Science teacher Mas Subramanian and his team at Oregon State University accidentally discovered a new shade of blue while creating new electronics materials. YInMn blue, named after yttrium, indium, and manganese, has a unique, crystal structure that keeps it from fading and is a new candidate for energy efficiency because it can also reflect infrared light.

Madeline Corbin, an intern in Subramanian’s lab, uses YInMn Blue in her artwork, ‘ OSU Memorial Union Façade.’ Photo via: Oregon State University.  

Existing blue pigments include ultramarine, which is made from ground lapis lazuli, as well as toxic alternatives like cobalt and Prussian blue, making OSU’s discovery a major breakthrough.


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If Evilistrator can draw music notes, Nathanaël has to know music, and to know music, Nathanaël has to practice some type of art (Other than drawing). Meaning that it’s basically cannon that Nathanaël plays some sort of instrument, whether it be real, or just his voice? Hmm… Information, information. .. What are you hiding…?

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Someone found the world’s oldest stash of weed. 2 pounds of 2,700-year-old, still-green marijuana were found with an Aryan mummy inside China’s Yanghai Tombs. Tests show it could produce THC, which means our ancestors were getting high off of it, despite the common belief that hemp was only used to create clothing and rope. Source Source 2