electric paper


- ̗̀ 16.03.2017  ̖́-

for a second i thought i was actually being productive sigh

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dance or go.

The very first time I heard of Australian band The Paper Kites, it was via a  gorgeous remix of their song Featherstones by Lakechild. The five piece are gearing up to release a sophomore album titled Twelvefour come August 28th, via Nettwerk Records. The record was written between the hours of midnight and four in the morning, and it’s a concept album that explores the theory that an artist’s creative peak lays within these hours. This isn’t the first time I’ve heard of this, as other bands and musicians have said the same to me. Perhaps due to this sleep derived state of mind, lead single Electric Indigo carries a distinct dreaminess and foggy warmth. It’s as if I were walking through a dream that takes me back to the 80′s, down a path of The 1975 evoking nostalgia. Electric Indigo is an intoxicating song with some HAIM meets The Chain Gang Of 1974 soft groove, as well as a thickly synthy atmosphere.

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one of my fav things was when i was moving out of my apartment in boston that i shared with a psycho roommate who drove me and my other roommate out of the apartment and i accidentally grabbed one of her planners because she for some reason threw a bunch of her shit into my room when i was gone from the apartment for the last three weeks of my lease, so i was like lol, what’s in this, she had a checklist that was like:

- pay electric bill

- hand in paper

- finish painting

- buy shrooms???

dimension 4 - docking station (day i) ♡ 160129

full setlist
01. paper heart
02. electric shock
03. red light
04. dangerous
05. dracula
06. gangsta boy
07. toy
08. la cha ta
09. me + u
10. pinocchio
11. beautiful goodbye
12. sorry (dear.daddy)
13. signal
14. shadow
15. sweet witches / milk
16. ice cream
17. nu abo
18. traveler / zig zag
19. airplane
20. jet
21. beautiful stranger
22. boom bang boom / rainbow
23. pretty girl
24. diamond
25. rum pum pum pum
26. step / shake that brass
27. love
28. four walls
29. papi
30. deja vu
31. rude love
32 cash me out
33. so into u
34. all night
35. ending page

candyskeletoncat  asked:

Growing up fire fails: tried to deep fry candy in a pan- grease fire, threw pancake batter then water on fire - explosion, tried to hang a necklace on the plug of a blow dryer -electric fire, paper towels to pull food out of toaster - flying fire!!

Remind me never to come to your house.

I feel inclined to share this after every story like this: NEVER, EVER THROW WATER ON A GREASE FIRE.

No electricity, no antibiotics, no beds, no soap: A devastating look inside Venezuela's crisis-hit hospitals where 7 babies die a day, bleeding patients lie strewn on the floor, and doctors try to operate without tools
  • President Nicolas Maduro claims Venezuela has the best healthcare in the world after Cuba
  • But death rates are soaring and hospitals are filthy as supplies run low and electricity is shut off
  • The nation is in economic crisis after price of oil - their main monetary reserve - plummeted
  • Images taken by the New York Times show patients lying on the floor covered in blood and babies dying

By Mia De Graaf For Dailymail.com

The impact of Venezuela’s economic collapse on its people is almost impossible to put into words.

But these images inside calamity-hit hospitals go some way to communicating the devastation.

Since oil prices plummeted, all aspects of everyday life - electricity, food, paper - have been rationed.

Critically, medical centers are in crisis.

Without soap, antibiotics, power, gloves and x-rays, surgeons are struggling to keep patients alive.

Pictures taken by New York Times photographer Meridith Kohut offer a glimpse inside some of the most notorious centers - while President Nicolas Maduro claims the socialist nation has the best healthcare in the world.

Horrific: Jose Villarroel waits for hours in an emergency operating room at Luis Razetti Hospital in Puerto la Cruz, Venezuela, in April

Life on hold: Julio Rafael Parucho, who suffered a serious head injury, and has had to wait a year for a follow-up operation because of a shortage of doctors in Puerto la Cruz



***Go ahead and pull that trigger.. Well, at least all that healthcare is free… Bet they hardly feel the burn..

Storing electricity in paper

Researchers at Linköping University’s Laboratory of Organic Electronics, Sweden, have developed power paper – a new material with an outstanding ability to store energy. The material consists of nanocellulose and a conductive polymer. The results have been published in Advanced Science.

One sheet, 15 centimetres in diameter and a few tenths of a millimetre thick can store as much as 1 F, which is similar to the supercapacitors currently on the market. The material can be recharged hundreds of times and each charge only takes a few seconds.

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