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photojojo:

Caleb Charland doesn’t use your average lighting set up for his photographs. Instead, he harnesses the power within fruits, vegetables, and other foods. 
His latest project was powered by a single orange, which used iron nails to conduct the electricity. The photo above required a 14 hour exposure! 
Photos of Homegrown Organic Batteries
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photojojo:

Caleb Charland doesn’t use your average lighting set up for his photographs. Instead, he harnesses the power within fruits, vegetables, and other foods. 

His latest project was powered by a single orange, which used iron nails to conduct the electricity. The photo above required a 14 hour exposure! 

Photos of Homegrown Organic Batteries

via Colossal

2,403 notes | Posted Nov 29, 12 #Stanford University #digital photography #photography #education

npr:

The class of 2012 has scored the lowest average SAT reading score since 1972. While the average math score rose slightly, the average reading score dropped nine points since the SAT first added a writing section in 2006. Tell us what you think about the drop in test scores. — rachel
Photo: albertogp123/Flickr

npr:

The class of 2012 has scored the lowest average SAT reading score since 1972. While the average math score rose slightly, the average reading score dropped nine points since the SAT first added a writing section in 2006. Tell us what you think about the drop in test scores. — rachel

Photo: albertogp123/Flickr

564 notes | Posted Sep 24, 12 #Education

npr:

How much does the government spend to send a kid to public school? (Figures are for spending on students in elementary and secondary school). READ MORESource: Census Bureau Credit: Lam Thuy Vo / NPR

npr:

How much does the government spend to send a kid to public school? (Figures are for spending on students in elementary and secondary school).

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Source: Census Bureau
Credit: Lam Thuy Vo / NPR

477 notes | Posted Jun 21, 12 #Education #npr #schools