Sugar: Basically, cryptonloids (or inorganic androids) can “feel” same emotions as humans, becase the feels got replaced when they got “robotized”, so you shold ask them? Gumi and kokone are pretty inorganic too

Spicy: Maybe they don’t know either, I mean that’s complicated stuff, after all we’re singing idols not mechanics/scientists

Sugar: Gumi likes technology though, we can call her if you want..!

Spicy: About OUR feelings, well… For a reason that I don’t remember some of they were deleted but they didn’t got replaced.

((Also, I don’t know where that white space has come from))


anonymous asked:

But why would Louis want briana & Freddie to fly to London at this time when he could fly them around Christmas and his bday. Isn't it wierd. Do you really think the trash bags are coming to London???

if we go there and view this situation from a “if louis really was the dad”-perspective people’ll have to acknowledge that he hasn’t hung out with his own son for almost three months, travelled the globe for a big part of that time and now the baby mama has to bring the child to him like.. i genuinely want to bang my head against the wall.

if we view everything from a reasonable perspective it makes perfect sense though. simon and his minions have increasingly talked about louis in the last week (trying to make them seem so close) and it’s astroturfing anons galore. i think people are making a good point to keep the x-factor final in mind here, the timing of everything is just so inorganic.. i think there is a chance that the trash bags really are coming to london and if so, i hope briana has a terrible time pretending to be a mother because we all know she loves to let other people handle this nonsense.

Nickel(II)-sulfate hepta/hexahydrate crystals what were grown in the lab during the winter break. They are not perfect, but they look pretty.

It’s interesting that while anhydrous nickel(II)-sulfate is a yellow solid, the hexahydrate (6 molecules of H2O for each NiSO4) is blue and the heptahydrate (7 molecules of H2O for each NiSO4) is greenish-blue. As seen on the picture these are probably heptahydrates, but they will dehydrate by standing on air to give the hexahydrate.

Nickel sulfate occurs as the rare mineral retgersite, which is a hexahydrate.
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A large crystal of potassium ferrocyanide. 

Potassium ferrocyanide is the inorganic compound with formula K4[Fe(CN)6] * 3H2O. At us it is called yellow blood salt, what comes from it’s historical production. Long ago it was manufactured from organically derived nitrogenous carbon sources, iron filings, and potassium carbonate. Common nitrogen and carbon sources were torrified horn, leather scrap, offal, or dried blood.

A famous reaction with this compound involves treatment with ferric salts to give Prussian blue [Fe4[Fe(CN)6]3].


Inorganic Flora by Macoto Murayama

Macoto Murayama born1984 in Kanagawa, Japan cultivates inorganic flora. The transparency of this work refers not only to the lucid petals of a flower but to the ambitious, romantic and utopian struggle of science to see and present the world as transparent (completely seen, entirely grasped) object. 

First, he chooses the plant and finds the real flower, for example the exquisite Lathyrus odoratus L. Second, he dissects the flower cutting the petal and ovary with scalpel and observes it with magnifying glass. Third, he makes sketches and photographs the parts of dissected flower. Forth, he models its form and structure using 3ds Max (3DCG software). Fifth, he renders separate parts and creates a composition using Adobe Photoshop. Sixth, he imposes admeasurements, parts names, scale, scientific name etc. Seventh, he prints out Lathirus odoratus L. at large scale printer and frames it… Here it is…  

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Years ago, a large amount of H(CuBr2) was made by adding copper(I)-bromide to a concentrated hydrobromic acid solution in acetic acid. This reagent is used in Sandmeyer reaction, for replacing a diazo group to bromine on an aromatic ring.

The interesting thing in these crystals, that they are highly hygroscopic, deliquescent, so I had to photograph them in a closed glass tank. And the crystals are like a rubber, they could be easily squeezed, they wont break, just bend.