Tagged by dorki-thorki
1. Name - Christine (usually go by Christy though)
2. Birthday - April 15
3. Favorite number(s) - Pi seems like a good number
4. Height - 5’ 7”
5. Talents - haha ha ha ha (I’d like to think art, but who knows)
6. Can you juggle? - Nope
7. Art/Sports/Both - Art
8. Do you like writing? - Yeah, but my ideas aren’t always the best
9. Do you like dancing? - Not like club dancing, but ballet and modern yes
10. Do you like singing? - Noooooo…
1. Dream vacation - Torn between the South Pacific, the Carribean, and Africa
2. Dream guy/gal - for guy it would be my boyfriend, lady would probably be Lucy Liu
3. Dream wedding - probably courthouse and then save up for a nice ceremony out in the woods
4. Dream pet - a gecko
5. Dream job - video game artist/bartender/comic artist/ship’s captain
1. Favorite song - Oh Well Fleetwood Mac (at the moment)
2. Favorite Album - maybe American Idiot?
3. Last song you’ve heard on the radio - The Logical Song by Supertramp
4. Least favorite song - Blurred Lines
5. Least favorite album - Paula (sensing a pattern maybe?)
6. Least favourite artist - Justin Bieber, Robin Thicke etc. etc. (I’ll just steal this answer from she who tagged me. It applies xD ) (piggybacking on Katlyn’s answer)
1. Guys/Girls/Both -
2. Hair color - Not entirely sure anymore, probably ash brown
3. Eye color - Green
4. Humorous/serious? - I don’t tend to be funny although I try to be
5. Biggest turn off - Douchebaggery and creepiness
6. Biggest turn on - comfortability and thoughtfulness
If you guys want to anyways, it’s up to you.
Solar energy that doesn’t block the view
A team of researchers at Michigan State University has developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window. It is called a transparent luminescent solar concentrator and can be used on buildings, cell phones and any other device that has a clear surface. And, according to Richard Lunt of MSU’s College of Engineering, the key word is “transparent.”
I was wondering how this worked since it’s transparent to us, and it looks like they can selectively tune it to the kind of light they want.
It’ll be pretty useful being able to absorb infrared for energy since there’s so much of it just becoming heat on our windows anyways.