In The Mark of Athena, Percy dreamed of Nico and found out he was imprisoned in a bronze jar. However, Percy had mixed feelings about Nico, and was still mad at him for tricking him to go to Hades palace. He was also mad at him for hiding his last from him and thought of scathing things to say to him. But he wanted to rescue him and couldn't stand seeing him in pain in a bronze jar, and didn't want him to suffocate him to death. He also wanted to find him because he knew where the Doors of Death were. In Rome, he helped rescue him with Jason and Piper, and was the most determined out of the three to rescue him. However, he was annoyed when he could barely crawl out of the jar, and wanted him to crawl more and groan less. When they went back on to the Argo II, Percy felt so sorry for him he couldn't muster much anger at him. Nico apologized to Percy for keeping his past from him and said he knew about both camps, but couldn't tell due to a promise to his father. Nico also told Percy the Doors of Death were in Tartarus. When Percy later fell into Tartarus, as Nico tried to save him, he had Nico promise to lead the Argo II crew to the other side. Back on the ship later, Nico was determined to rescue Percy and knew he would make it back from Tartarus. Nico said that Percy is the strongest demigod he knows, and that he and Annabeth would make it through Tartarus, but he was secretly unsure if he would live.
During his presentation at the International Electrical Congress in the Columbian Exposition Agriculture Hall, Tesla introduced his steam powered reciprocating electricity generator that he patented that year, something he thought was a better way to generate alternating current. Steam was forced into the oscillator and rushed out through a series of ports, pushing a piston up and down that was attached to an armature. The magnetic armature vibrated up and down at high speed, producing an alternating magnetic field. This induced alternating electric current in the wire coils located adjacent. It did away with the complicated parts of a steam engine/generator, but never caught on as a feasible engineering solution to generate electricity.
The brightest future for science is one in which people, with creative minds, use machines to accelerate specific tasks that slow down discoveries. AI tools could speed up grant writing, take over peer review, automate statistical analyses, and search quickly through heaps of published papers. We dream of a future in which a brilliant student in Nepal studies for a Ph.D. at MIT without ever leaving her family, using AI and robots to design and run experiments from the cloud.
Eve is horrified by what she's done, but Villanelle is living the dream, and guides Eve through a series of underground tunnels to emerge in some isolated and picturesque ruins. There, Villanelle proposes that they run away to Alaska, saying that she loves Eve and wants to be together. But Eve quickly realizes that Villanelle could've killed Raymond the whole time, but didn't because she wanted Eve to kill him. Despite Eve flirting with Villanelle's brand of destruction all season, she can't abide Villanelle pushing her over the line. Eve tells Villanelle she's leaving, despite Villanelle's insistence that they love each other and that "you are mine." Enraged, Villanelle shoots her in the back -- but despite the show's title, we know from the season 3 trailers (and the fact that she's the main character) that Villanelle has still not, in fact, managed to kill Eve. 2b1af7f3a8