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Colorful fractions just after a column chromatographic purification of a ferrocene derivative.

Ferrocene is an organometallic compound with the formula Fe(C5H5)2. It is a metallocene, a type of organometallic chemical compound consisting of two cyclopentadienyl rings bound on opposite sides of a central metal atom, it’s a  sandwich compound.

Depending on the substitution pattern, the compounds containing a ferrocene ring could vary in really different colors often between yellow and blood red.

In this case I needed to get rid of an oxidized compound what also formed from my reaction, this is in the first two-three test tubes and my target compound what has an intense orange color was in the last collected fractions. 

legendarydragondefender  asked:

dude, i would die for some more klance stuff in your drugstore au <3 like, tell me everything.

o boy i have been waiting til  i had free time to answer this because i am positive it will get long

  • okay so i touched on this before in this post and this post
  • but keith and lance literally wanted to murder each other when keith started
  • (keith is the newest employee. lance has worked there for over 3 years, so this New Guy™ was an excellent target to test his pestering skills on)
  • (lance is actually really friendly to new employees he just loooooves bugging people and keith seemed to be an easy target, he thought)
  • (he was wrong)
  • keith would argue back and for whatever reason lance hated it. he hated keith and wanted him gone (he didnt actually hate keith but he was like not now gay feelings and was in denial because keith is keith, and lance thinks keith is an emo asshole)
  • the pestering turned into bickering and full on fighting, and it got to the point that allura and shiro had to step in, and it wasn’t looking good for either employee 
  • but lance and keith relented and their fighting went back to petty bickering that became more habit and fun than actual animosity
  • “hey keith” *points to speaker where an emo song is playing* “it’s your song u emo mullet loser :)”
  • “hey lance” *points in the general direction of the toilet paper* “you should work over there because youre a piece of shit”
  • (hunk and pidge going ooooohhhhhhhhhhh in the background)
  • (hunk and pidge going ‘when will they just kiss already’ in the staff room later when keith and lance arent there)
  • as a sort of truce, lance dragged keith over to the makeup chair when keith came in (to buy granola bars) on his day off, and insisted on doing his makeup and giving him a full skincare demonstration and keith was like “ok” mostly because he was too tired to argue, and he wouldn’t admit it, but he really didn’t care about that kinda stuff but liked when lance talked about it, because lance knows what he’s talking about, and he’s passionate about it, and keith has a Big Crush on him
  • like he really thinks he might be like falling in love with him and that scares him so he never thinks about it but he knows
  • lance’s hands were soft and gentle on his face and keith knew he was blushing but lance didn’t look too composed either, and it was at that moment that they both kind of looked at each other and Knew
  • but they didn’t like say anything, it was kinda just this unspoken thing between them that they never really addressed
  • their bickering turned into flirting after that (they still argued but like there was always a subtle ;) undertone) and pidge, at the front cash with keith, is always like “keith, you have customers, stop making sex eyes at your boyfriend” and keith chokes and says “he’s not–fine
  • i spoke about their first kiss before, but i’ll say it again: in the stock room, lance was gathering makeup wipes because they were running low, and keith was looking for a thing for a customer, and lance was whistling and keith was like ‘shut the fuck up’ because he hates whistling
  • and lance wiggled his eyebrows and grinned and said ‘make me, mullet’ and so keith did, by acting on impulse like he does everything else and just kissing lance right fucking there and lance is absolutely shocked when they break apart but his face is flushed and his eyes are huge and he’s lost any semblance of composure he might have had
  • like he is a mess
  • he dropped the makeup wipes and his lipstick is a bit smeared
  • and hes just gaping
  • lance is like rekt 
  • like rly totally fucking screwed he is in fucking love
  • theyre about to kiss again but shiro appears out of nowhere and they both jump apart and keith fucking bolts out of there (without ever getting the customer’s item)
  • tbh they make out in the stock room a lot after that 

and bonus:

  • one day there is an event, and on some events, cosmeticians dont have to wear their uniforms– they can wear anything as long as it’s black. lance struts into the room wearing a tight black v neck long sleeve shirt (bunched up at the elbows) and slim fitting black jeans and keith chokes on his juice box and almost dies 

Got some props and particle effects for a demo level more representative of the actual game - or at least one of the brighter areas. Lighting continues to be a struggle, every time I adjust something I find stuff I love and hate. So it goes.

On the gameplay side of things, here I show some basic enemy radius patrol AI. The red debug spheres (for testing) show their “target” locations, they are in quite a hurry. They also raycast to avoid wall collision, but they don’t pay much attention to the player at the moment.

The autumn color palette will rule this game with an iron fist.


Running the Haley Strategic 22422 drill with the American Defense UIC 2 that I’m testing. 7 yards from targets, each target one yard apart. Is this a realistic defensive drill? Nope. Is it a good drill to work fundamentals of target transitions, trigger control, and fast sight picture? Absolutely. Give it a shot!

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I still can’t figure out what this is supposed to mean.
It looks like a canoe

or is it the digital version of the Eye of Sauron?

Is it a really crappy American Football field stadium?

There was a post about those dots and dashes being morse code for “but nobody came”  which is -… ..- - / -. — -… — -.. -.– / -.-. .- – . I think but thats isnt possible with the dots given, nor would the creator explain how they were reading it. also, the target doesn’t change in the genocide run final battle. 

the meter is named target_0, and theres a file called dumbtarget_0, which is exactly the same, I overlayed them and could find no difference. I think the old stand-in prototype target got saved over with the new target image, but even in the first  pictures of the battle system, the first thing Toby worked on, it looks like this sort of theme was already there.

the sprite looks like it was stretched. 
lets see what happens if we make it round

well that was absolutely no help at all.
I tried reverse searching for it but found nothing. 
why would you make something so confusing when all you need to do is hit the button when the bar is in the middle of the meter? why are the green squars in the background still there? are these simply images made for development Toby never replaced because they grew on him?

Passive: Prophet of an Elder God
Illaoi periodically spawns a tentacle on a nearby wall. Tentacles interact with Illaoi’s abilities and last until killed or left dormant a full minute.

Q: Tentacle Smash
Passive: Tentacles that hit enemy champions heal Illaoi for a small portion of her missing health.
Active: Illaoi summons a tentacle that slams down in a target direction, damaging all enemies struck.

W: Harsh lesson
Instead of attacking normally, Illaoi charges in for her next basic attack, dealing bonus physical damage before commanding all nearby tentacles to swing at her target.

E: Test of Spirit
Illaoi casts a spell that sends tendrils out in a target direction. If the tendrils connect with an enemy champion, they grasp the champion’s spirit and tear it back to Illaoi. When spirits are attacked by the Kraken Priestess or her allies, it transmits a portion of its suffering to their now spiritless champion. If Illaoi and her allies are able to destroy the spirit, or if the spiritless champion flees too far from their spirit, they suffer a heavy slow as they become a vessel, and start spawning tentacles around them that attack both their host and their allies. Test of Spirit allows tentacles to occasionally swing at spirits and vessels, dealing physical damage to all enemies hit.

R: Leap of Faith
Illaoi leaps into the air before slamming her idol into the ground, damaging all nearby enemies and summoning a tentacle for every enemy champion hit. Harsh Lesson’s cooldown is significantly reduced while Leap of Faith is active.


Testing Target…

  1. When you get to the Grocery Section & forget everything on your list.
  2. I’m going to need a shopping basket.
  3. Better yet, a shopping cart.
  4. At least there’s employee’s to help me find items.
  5. Dairy needs more lighting.
  6. So does  the meat department. Even though the seafood looks amazing.
  7. I see you Kent, don’t be mad you got caught shopping at Target.
  8. The electronic department is booming. Are they buying or watching T.V?
  9. Gaming Section is awesome sauce.
  10. Well, we can very well see that kids have definitely been in the toy department. Errr…

Professor Wingard’s 19th Century Ray Gun,

In 1876 a man calling himself Professor James C. Wingard of New Orleans claimed that he had invented a new weapon that would change naval warfare forever. According to Wingard, he had invented an electrically powered weapon which could project a “nameless force”, which at a range of up to 5 miles could destroy any ship, whether ironclad or not.  There are no descriptions of his weapon but I would imagine Prof. Wingard created some kind of device which looked like a cannon, wrapped in copper wiring and tubes, made to look all steampunk and futuristic looking.

On July 8th, 1876 Prof. Wingard demonstrated his weapon in New Orleans to an audience of military officer, potential investors, and regular citizens of New Orleans. The test target was a schooner called the Augusta, anchored about 1.5 miles away in the harbor.  When given the signal, Prof. Wingard activated his weapon, which began to emanate smoke.  Suddenly the Augusta was obliterated by a large explosion.  Highly impressed by the demonstration, many investors signed up with Prof. Wingard, who instantly raised $1,800.

Many people invested in Prof. Wingard’s “Nameless Force”, and many people requested repeated demonstrations of his weapon.  He traveled to Boston with his weapon to repeat his demonstration.  Before the demonstration was to begin, there was an explosion on the water, and two men in a mangled rowboat were found dead.  Prof. Wingard claimed he was distraught by the deaths and canceled the demonstration.  A few days later he confessed that he was a fraud, and that his “Nameless Force” was a scam.  The target ship had been outfitted with dynamite connected to a triggering mechanism with an underwater wire.  Thus when given the signal, Wingard could trigger its detonation.  At Boston, the dynamite had exploded in an accident as the men were secretly rowing to the ship to set up the explosives.


Pat demonstrates how to test the bikes at Target. Minneapolis, 7/9/15

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