ouat challenge: day one - favourite episode from season one
↳ 1x17: Hat Trick
"I just don’t want them to change me."
“How would they change you?”
“I don’t know. They’d turn me into something I’m not.
I just don’t want to be another piece in their game, you know? [..]
If I’m gonna die, I want to still be me”.
WHO THE FUCK IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS?
Make John Green find the thing?
This is the kind of movie Gus would have wanted to be in.
I have a funny story of my own, actually. I rose from the dead. And, then, after that, I ripped people apart.
Scientists looking to boost the efficiency of solar panels are taking a fresh look at an exotic physics phenomenon first observed nearly 50 years ago in glowing crystals.
Called singlet fission, the process can enable a single photon of light to generate two electrons instead of just one. This one-to-two conversion, as the process is known, has the potential to boost solar cell efficiency by as much as 30 percent above current levels, according to a new review paper published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.
Singlet fission “was originally proposed to explain some weird results that were observed in fluorescent organic crystals,” said the study’s first author Christopher Bardeen, a chemist at the University of California, Riverside. “It received a lot of attention in the 1960s and 1970s, but then it was mostly forgotten.”
“God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes, for when they shall rise from the dead they are as a n g e l s which are in h e a v e n.”