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[LIST] Jungkook's Favorite Songs

• The Chainsmokers - Closer
• Lana Del Rey - Body Electric
• Steve Aoki - Just Hold On
• ONE OK ROCK - We Are
• Ed Sheeran - Shape Of You
• Alice Jemima - Electric
• Lauv - Question
• HONNE - It Ain’t Wrong Loving You
• Totemo - Hits
• Jai Waetford - Heart Miles
• Luis Fonsi - Despacito (Remix)
• Desiigner - Panda
• Moonmoon - Contrail
• IU - Through the Night
• IU - Beautiful Dancer
• IU - The Shower
• IU - Knees
• Audien - One More Weekend
• Justin Bieber - Purpose
• Justin Bieber - What Do You Mean?
• Justin Bieber - Sorry
• Justin Bieber - Boyfriend
• Justin Bieber - Nothing Like Us
• Lee Sora - The Wind Is Blowing
• Lee Sora - Please
• Eels - I Need Some Sleep
• Eels - Can’t Help Falling In Love
• Corinne Bailey Rae - Like A Star
• RADWIMPS - Dream Lantern
• RADWIMPS - Nandemonaiya
• RADWIMPS - Theme Of Mitsuha
• Ruth B. - Lost Boy
• Jasmine Thompson - 7 Years
• Jasmine Thompson - Oasis
• Billie Marten - Heavy Weather
• Before You Exit - Clouds
• Birdy - Ghost In The Wind
• Birdy - Beautiful Lies
• Lia Marie Johnson - DNA
• Yuna - Mannequin
• LANY - ILYSB - STRIPPED
• Charlie Puth - We Don’t Talk Anymore
• DEAN - Pour Up
• DEAN - D (Half Moon)
• BOLBBALGAN4 - Galaxy
• BOLBBALGAN4 - Hard To Love
• Yoon Jong Shin - First
• Outsider - 외톨이
• Park Kyung - Inferiority Complex
• Yim Jae Bum - Stigma
• Urban Zakapa - I Don’t Love You
• Busker Busker - It’s Hard To Face You
• Busker Busker - Thick Rice Wine
• Taeyang - Eyes, Nose, Lips
• 40 - 듣는편지
• Sweden Laundry - A Little Bit More
• Homme - Ain’t No Love
• OHHYUK - A Little Girl
• TeTe - Eclipse
• Troye Sivan - FOOLS
• Troye Sivan - TALK ME DOWN
• Tori Kelly - Paper Hearts
• Tori Kelly - Dear No One
• Tori Kelly - Color Of The Wind
• Narsha - I’m In Love
• Kero Uno - Only When
• Jo Kwon - Crosswalk
• Barcelona - Please Don’t Go
• Yeo Eun - A Story I Write
• Hong Jae Mok - Like A Shade, Always The Same
• HEART B - A Song For You
• Kang A Sol - 그대에게
• Skylar Grey - Curious
• 4-49 - Vacant Room
• LUCIA - Ophelia
• HonYang - Goodbye Sadness
• Koji Tamaki - Anatani
• Epitone Project - Today
• The Neighbourhood - Wires
• Aquilo - Waiting
• Chris Garneau - Over and Over
• J.ae - Angel’s Disguise
• 그네 꽃이 진다고 그대를 잊은 적 없다
• Dalchong - Alone
• Eels - Electro-Shock Blues
• Ryuichi Sakamoto - Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence
• CHEEZE - 일기예보
• CHEEZE - Romance
• Park Bo Young - Leave
• Ra.D - Goodbye
• 10cm - Good Night
• Adam Levine - Lost Stars
• Ja Mezz - 거북선
• 이장희 - 나 그대에게 모두 드리리
• 정우, 한효주 - 나 그대에게 모두 드리리
• Forest of Breath - Like Leaves
• Wiz Khalifa, Charlie Puth - See You Again
• 015B - 1월부터 6월까지
• Zion.T - Eat
• Zion.T - 양화대교
• Marika Hackman - Drown
• Misty Miller - Best Friend
• Kehlani - You Should Be Here
• Younha - Pray
• G.Soul - LOVE ME AGAIN
• Taeyang - You’re My
• Jason Derulo - Marry Me
• IU - Friday

it is incredible how quickly i second-guess my diagnosis. it had been three days without an anxiety attack; maybe i had been faking it. fifteen minutes after this thought i was sweating in below-zero weather, my teeth chattering and my heart racing. but maybe it was what i ate. i stopped drinking caffeine a long time ago; i find new things it could be. maybe i’m dehydrated. maybe i don’t get enough sun. maybe i need to spend less time on the internet.

i feel like i’ve never not been depressed. maybe i don’t even have depression, i’m just like this. this is who i am to my core and i just don’t want to admit it. plus sometimes i’m happy. it comes in streaks, like contrails - but sometimes i am happy. there are people who are suffering and i’m sitting here worrying because i feel blue sometimes. if i wasn’t so lazy i’d just get out of bed. am i depressed? am i run down? am i just wasting everyone’s worry?

i just don’t know what part of me is me and not mental illness, and i think i’m scared to find out exactly who i am without this.

Flying With Fuel From Plants: The Eco-friendly Way to Go

We eat them. We make medicines out of them. Now we’re learning how to use plants as airplane fuel that helps the environment.

Using biofuels to help power jet engines reduces particle emissions in their exhaust by as much as 50 to 70 percent, according to a new study that bodes well for airline economics and Earth’s atmosphere.

All of the aircraft, researchers and flight operations people who made ACCESS II happen. Credits: NASA/Tom Tschida

The findings are the result of a cooperative international research program led by NASA and involving agencies from Germany and Canada, and are detailed in a study published in the journal Nature.

The view from inside NASA’s HU-25C Guardian sampling aircraft from very close behind the DC-8. Credits: NASA/SSAI Edward Winstead

Our flight tests collected information about the effects of alternative fuels on engine performance, emissions and aircraft-generated contrails – essentially, human-made clouds - at altitudes flown by commercial airliners. 

The DC-8’s four engines burned either JP-8 jet fuel or a 50-50 blend of JP-8 and renewable alternative fuel of hydro processed esters and fatty acids produced from camelina plant oil. Credits: NASA/SSAI Edward Winstead

Contrails are produced by hot aircraft engine exhaust mixing with the cold air that is typical at cruise altitudes several miles above Earth’s surface, and are composed primarily of water in the form of ice crystals.

Matt Berry (left), a flight operations engineer at our Armstrong Flight Research Center, reviews the flight plan with Principal Investigator Bruce Anderson. Credits: NASA/Tom Tschida

Researchers are interested in contrails because they create clouds that would not normally form in the atmosphere, and are believed to influence Earth’s environment. 

The alternative fuels tested reduced those emissions. That’s important because contrails have a larger impact on Earth’s atmosphere than all the aviation-related carbon dioxide emissions since the first powered flight by the Wright Brothers.

This photo, taken May 14, 2014, is from the CT-133 aircraft of research partner National Research Council of Canada. It shows the NASA HU-25C Guardian aircraft flying 250 meters behind NASA’s DC-8 aircraft before it descends into the DC-8’s exhaust plumes to sample ice particles and engine emissions. Credit: National Research Council of Canada

Researchers plan on continuing these studies to understand the benefits of replacing current fuels in aircraft with biofuels. 

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