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Sealed in 22 October 2019 22:32:32
Opened at: 22 October 2020 20:15:00
am i alive still? am i in love still? xd find out 23 oktobra 2020. godine ;)
zdravo dejane iz 2020 xd
sad sam procitao proslu kapsulu iz 2018 i jebeno sam presrecan sad
znaci vidim progress sebe kad se poredim sa sobom iz 2018
trenutna depresija: 0! jebeno prekuuuuul
trenutno onako brzo pisem jer sam rekao milici (tsuki xd) da idem da legnem i da cemo odma slati wholesome jer idem u skolu ujutru
imam kod arogantne taticke sutra
jebeno je mrzim
trenutno sam u sledecim odnosima: milica: predobri smo, volimo se xd, jako tbh, mozda previse :0(vezivati se za nekog jakoooo boli poslem, ali oh well xd),trenutno nismo ni zajedno, mada ne igra mi ogromnu ulogu jer znam da cemo biti uskorooo i jako sam hepiiii jer onako iskreno sa njom imam odnos kakav nisam imao ni sa kim u zivotu
ako ovo citamo zajedno, sori sto lazem da sam otisao odma u krevet xd,
i volim teeee <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 jakoooo xd rasa: really good friends, svakog dana dop xd,cekam da me zove ove nedelje na neku bleju uz anime iksde, iskrena jako dobra osoba koja je jako slicna meni, (i am not gay, ako i ti citas ovo, nemoj se uvreditiiiiiiii, tj ako citas a nisam u pravu xd)
to je to i guess
spava mi se
ustv nijeeeee. jerr wholesome memes r the best thing kad milica nije tu xd
it feels the emptiness and boredom i nedostajanje :)
vec vidim nas kako se smejemo
a milica govori AWWWW
kako bi depresivno bilo da nismo ni zajedno
secem se vec
back to peep i guess
deluzije su jos uvek u akciji
1. da li ste zajedno
2. da li je trio jos uvek a thing
3. kpop??? blackpink??? rose??? btssss??? j hopeee
6. necu vise znakove pitanja stavljati?
7. is rasa gay?
9. uuu a tetovaza???
10. animeeeeeee, ne sumnjam da gledam xd trenutno gledam seasonale tipa bha 4 i soma 4 i bokutachi wa benkyou ga dekinai 2
11. omiljeni steins gate; ???????!!!!!!?
12. da li se cujes sa ikom ponekad?
13. muzika trenutna?
15. pliz nemoj biti crushed i depresivan!!!
16. OMGGG a drogaaaaa?????!!!!!!
17. KAKO JE BILO NA EGZITU JBT
18. lsddd?? shroomsss?
msm da je to to jebote
19. UUUU a teretanaaA? kakav siii MISLIM DA JE TO TO
samo sam to hteo reci
laku noc, volim te
milica and me the same keke
milica i ti xd
ako ste zaj
ah da ne duzim
das itt bishhhhh
lol hi future me. in case you lost it somehow this is for you https://www.thetimecapsule.org/?c=d1f23af574e2a47f59c873fc86b251d3#.X3Nl7mhKg2w. Its me Gabriel Pulliam lol. I am almost 16 now and in art. Just messing around. Well I hope I am still alive by now. Been 10 years since I wrote this. You better be mature and stuff. And please dont 11-9-12-12 anyone. Come on dude you can figure out what that means. Remeber the first code you learned, If you are really stumped remeber it like a salad type. and a emperor. so yeah if u figured it out better have al that solved. Also I really hope you have gotten a partner by now, its been 10 years so come on. And if not then bruh this is really depressing. I dont even care my spelling is bad right now, youll understand (I hope). so yea uhhh you are out of college and stuff now right? what you end up doing? interior design still? coding? law (doubtful). anyways have fun
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Owner: Alex S Marciano
Sealed in 13 March 2016 18:44:22
Opened at: 16 September 2020 09:00:00
World's First Drone Airport - "Droneport" - starts saving lives and building economies in Africa
Lord Foster has launched proposals for the Droneport project in Africa to support cargo drone routes capable of delivering urgent and precious supplies to remote areas on a massive scale. The project is a collaboration between Redline partners led by Afrotech, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL); the Norman Foster Foundation; and Foster + Partners.
Cargo drone routes have utility wherever there is a lack of roads. Just as mobile phones dispensed with landlines, cargo drones can transcend geographical barriers such as mountains, lakes, and unnavigable rivers without the need for large-scale physical infrastructure. Just a third of Africans live within two kilometres of an all-season road, and there are no continental motorways, almost no tunnels, and not enough bridges that can reach people living in far-flung areas of the continent. It would require unprecedented levels of investment in roads and railways to catch up with the exponential growth in Africa’s population, which is set to double to 2.2 billion by 2050. An ‘infrastructural leap’ is essential using drone technology and clean energy systems to surmount the challenges of the future.
The specialist drones can carry blood and life-saving supplies over 100 kilometres at minimal cost, providing an affordable alternative that can complement road-based deliveries. Two parallel networks would operate services, the Redline using smaller drones for medical and emergency supplies; and the commercial Blueline that would transport crucial larger payloads such as spare parts, electronics, and e-commerce, complementing and subsidising the Redline network.
The Droneport offers a new typology for a building which we hope will grow into a ubiquitous presence, much like petrol stations have become dispersed infrastructure for road traffic. The proposal will have a strong civic presence, based on sharing and multiple uses. It allows for safe landing of quiet drones in a densely packed area, and includes a health clinic, a digital fabrication shop, a post and courier room, and an e-commerce trading hub, allowing it to become part of local community life.
The project is an evolution of Foster + Partners’ previous experience in building airports, as well as earlier lunar building studies conducted in association with the European Space Agency. Just as the structures designed for the moon use a minimal inflatable framework and 3-D printed lunar soil, the Droneport is imagined as a ‘kit-of-parts’ where only the basic formwork and brick-press machinery is delivered to site, and the raw materials, such as clay for bricks and boulders for the foundation, are locally sourced, reducing material transport costs and making it more sustainable. The central idea is to ‘do more with less’ and the vaulted brick structure with a minimal ground footprint, can easily be put together by the local communities. Multiple vaults can also link together to form flexible spaces based on demand and needs of the particular place, and the evolution of drone technology. The Droneports will also be manufacturing centres for drones, generating employment opportunities for the local population. By giving the local people the construction knowledge, the project seeks to leave a legacy that will initiate a change that is bigger than the building itself.
The pilot project – slated to begin in 2016 – is based in Rwanda, a country whose physical and social geography poses multiple challenges for prototyping the future of the projected Redline trans-continental network. This initial plan for three buildings, to be completed by 2020, will enable the network to send supplies to 44 per cent of Rwanda. Subsequent phases of the project could see in excess of 40 Droneports across Rwanda, and the country’s central location could allow easier expansion to neighbouring countries such as Congo, saving many thousands more lives.
Lord Foster, Chairman and Founder of Foster + Partners:
“Africa is a continent where the gap between the population and infrastructural growth is increasing exponentially. The dearth of terrestrial infrastructure has a direct impact on the ability to deliver life-giving supplies, indeed where something as basic as blood is not always available for timely treatment. We require immediate bold, radical solutions to address this issue. The Droneport project is about doing ‘more with less’, capitalising on the recent advancements in drone technology – something that is usually associated with war and hostilities – to make an immediate life-saving impact in Africa. Rwanda’s challenging geographical and social landscape makes it an ideal test-bed for the Droneport project. This project can have massive impact through the century and save lives immediately.”
Notes to Editors:
This project is the first initiative of the Norman Foster Foundation which is currently located in Madrid.
Each year, there are 450,000 deaths due to Malaria, 25 per cent of which are attributed to a lack of blood available for treatment.
100,000 also die each year from Sickle Cell Disease, the treatment for which requires regular and safe blood transfusion.
Initially, the project will deploy 3-metre wingspan drones, capable of carrying a payload of 10kg. By 2025, there will be drones with a 6-metre wingspan, capable of carrying payloads of 100kg.