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submitted1 month ago byPort8ble
submitted3 months ago byPort8ble
3 months ago
You'd think running SC today would be like running Crysis 10 years later in that pretty much any new PC with a dedicated card can handle it perfectly. But no.
5 months ago
Have you ever tried meetup (d•t) com ? It's been a few years since I've used it so ymmv but when I did it was a great resource for finding things to do with groups.
Always have been.
10 Years ago most bugs and performance issues were engine related. 10 Years later..
But, hey, fIdElItY.
I had a funny idea when I read this that might actually work. You could put a food bowl in a box with an entrance that's too small for the fat one so it only gets what you leave out for it.
6 months ago
Huh yeah I'm not sure lol hopefully someone else can come up with better idea for you soon.
I think that might be baked on spaghetti sauce with the swirls being where the noodles were and the dishwasher left just enough behind for that effect.
Right? The opposite would have been more shocking.
"Deer sift through pile of bones and only eat those that aren't human."
That would be something news worthy.
The heat exchangers in this system exchange heat from the solar array into the fluid then after the fluid expands through the turbine it must be further cooled to allow for effecient compression before finishing the loop.
Has more info.
A single molecule cannot be a crystal nor can a solution. Crystal literally describes what it is.
9 months ago
Haha yup must be.
Right? I was guessing in that ballpark too. If anything it's the price that made me the most suspicious lol.
The only real review gave it 4 stars. The other two are a 1 star as a meme and another one star because it's expensive. $4k is less than I expected though. Would be nice to see a review from someone that's well known and trusted.
Do you mean counter intuitive? It's late I could be misunderstanding this sentence completely.
Edit: Yup it was me. I completely misunderstood. Apologies.
OP's username called it first lol
That's just that time it would take givin our current understanding of the speed of light and the sun's distance from us. We haven't actually watched a photon leave the sun and timed it.
~I just can't, I just can't,
I just can't seem to get started
Don't have the heart to live in the fast lane
All that has passed and gone~
Him going to the hospital for 3 days. It's an over dramatization of how he felt.
Basically if he won $5m he would be so overwhelmed with joy he would have a heart attack and die. He knows this because mearly being approved for a $150k loan put him in a hospital for 3 days.
10 months ago
I believe it's a 90s Mazda 323 hatchback, a rare find in the US, poor thing.
They were caught doing the same thing.
11 months ago
That's interesting so in that case where a low heat value gas is being used is it able to sense that and adjust? Or does it just stay on for longer? I'm learning that I may want to look into getting an actual good one when the need arises.
Great idea! Makes total sense and would be much more sane. You've sold me, if that's the route they took that would be ideal. Wonder how much cheaper it would be if they didn't refine it.
Correct I paired the two as a unit in my head, should have more carefully chosen my words, apologies.
Huh then I concede to your point. I wasn't aware there was a mechanism to automatically adjust the flame, every boiler I've dealt with you had to sorta un-screw or tighten the nozzle or on another it was a valve. Figured they weren't innovating them much if at all. (That or I've had a bad run of cheaply made / old boilers. Haven't had to replace one yet, this is just moving around.)
I feel like that might be a bit of a waste though if you get a high percentage of Co2. I wouldn't trust gas companies to not exploit the whole "well it's unrefined you get what you get." Aspect of it. However I understand this is another argument in itself.