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Kanye West Discography
bless whoever made this.
Researchers have built an electricity generator that can harvest energy from the most gentle movements. They say their device can produce a steady current to power consumer electronics using a gentle breeze, flowing water from a tap or normal body movement.
The Georgia Tech and Chinese Academy of Sciences team, led by materials science and engineering professor Zhong Lin Wang, report the generator creates electricity by harvesting static from a rotating disc that rubs against another stationary one. This static electricity generation, a phenomenon called the triboelectric effect, is the same that causes people who have shuffled their shoes across a carpet to get a shock when they touch something else.
Their work is reported in the journal Nature Communications today. In it, Wang’s team demonstrates the hand-sized triboelectric generator (TEG) recharging a smartphone and powering LEDs, a digital alarm clock and a wireless transmitter. They say the four-inch-diameter device is already sufficiently low-cost and energy-dense to operate electronics and could be ratcheted up to large-scale power generation.
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So im stitting here.
Waiting for a haircut at the…hair cut place
Been her for 45 mins waiting in line.
And I wanna leave and go see my parents
But at the same time I feel like im in too deep.
All this time wasted.
For no hair cut.
But at the same time.
I think of how much time is wasted in the waiting line.
The sum of all hours
Days wasted in a line.
On traffic, in the shower, sleeping ect.
What else could be done in the mean time.
What could be created in this time?
What problems could be solved.
Like living in a prison.
Wasting life away.
I guesd you could write about it.
Express it. Share it.
Well im up.
Im thinkin a 3 on the side. Ratio on the top.
Sharp all the way around.
Starting on my ENG homework and I’m so happy its not about excel.
The most terrifying space photograph.