Monday, December 9, 2013

12-9-13 Daily Kos: Invisible Child

Daily Kos: Invisible Child:

Invisible Child
She wakes to the sound of breathing. The smaller children lie tangled beside her, their chests rising and falling under winter coats and wool blankets. A few feet away, their mother and father sleep near the mop bucket they use as a toilet. Two other children share a mattress by the rotting wall where the mice live, opposite the baby, whose crib is warmed by a hair dryer perched on a milk crate. T

12-8-13 teacherken at Daily Kos
teacherken at Daily Kos: Light a room with potatoes - reallyperhaps even charge your cell phone that way. Don't believe me?  Take a look at A Potato Battery Can Light Up a Room For Over a Month from How it works -   What the potato does is simply help conduct electricity by acting as what’s called a salt-bridge between the the two metals, allowing the electron current to move freel