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    supposedly i've watched 1 hour of It Chapter Two so far and the gang are still trying to have recovered memories of the plot to the last movie.

    ahem i paid good gigabytes to download this

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    Hah! Suckers, my NVMe drive doesn’t even *have* a cable

    I did replace the sockets with pure conductive gold, however.

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    denon AK-DL1 > All

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    St4lk3r wrote:
    denon AK-DL1 > All
    I am in the wrong job if mental's are coughing up that kinda cash for that

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    Anroid wrote:
    I do not have the data and that's a problem.
    Nah don't worry about it, data is weak and easily manipulated

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    ok yep, that knocks the denon cable out of the sky

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    Double-balanced geometry ftw.

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    Great review on that cable too.

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    scholar wrote:
    Between climate change, the insect apocalypse, acidification of the oceans, plastic pollution, overpopulation, and resource depletion, I'm not convinced civilisation as we know it will last the next 100 years, let alone 1000.
    I realised I forgot to add antibiotic resistance.

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    scholar wrote:
    I realised I forgot to add antibiotic resistance.
    You could probably add a lot more things as well like the increasing depression and suicide rates

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    CODChimera wrote:
    You could probably add a lot more things as well like the increasing depression and suicide rates
    Would that not be due to overpopulation or at least cramped conditions and less options due to overpopulation?

    One thing nobody mentions when discussing the increased temperature, its that artic ice cores indicate the majority of the Pleistocene (the last 12 000 years) has been warmer than what our current temperate change predictions offer.

    Climate change is dangerous, but its without a doubt being scapegoated for our other consciously reckless actions.
    Last edited by Imma Kant; 26th November 2019 at 1:19 pm.

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    If PC is 25 dB and I add 2 fans advertised at 19 dB will PC dB increase and why?

    I look at this because cheap and relatively low dB for RPM.
    https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/FAN...y&ref=pricespy

    What's up with the contradicting reviews? "This fan is silent". "A little loud but not the loudest I've used"
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    I can answer half your question.

    Yes.

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    people need to be more aware of what they are letting their mind soak up and how it affects them imo.

    factual rabbit holes and the like.

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    Yes. To a total of 26.76dB.

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    Imma Kant wrote:
    One thing nobody mentions when discussing the increased temperature, its that artic ice cores indicate the majority of the Pleistocene (the last 12 000 years) has been warmer than what our current temperate change predictions offer.

    Climate change is dangerous, but its without a doubt being scapegoated for our other consciously reckless actions.
    You mean Holocene, but I’ll let you off

    We are supposed to be in a cooling cycle, see graph. The last 200 years of our industrial activity has smashed that to bits. Keep going with your thoughts and do a bit more research. What conclusions can you draw from the rate of change in global temps since the Industrial Age? Population growth is a big part because it ties in with the production of greenhouse gases. Up until about the year 1800, the last 12,000 years have been a natural cycle. The small population of humans had basically no influence on global temps. Then check the last 200 years to see what we have (mostly) unknowingly done to our home.
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    gneiss wrote:
    You mean Holocene, but I’ll let you off

    We are supposed to be in a cooling cycle, see graph. The last 200 years of our industrial activity has smashed that to bits. Keep going with your thoughts and do a bit more research. What conclusions can you draw from the rate of change in global temps since the Industrial Age? Population growth is a big part because it ties in with the production of greenhouse gases. Up until about the year 1800, the last 12,000 years have been a natural cycle. The small population of humans had basically no influence on global temps. Then check the last 200 years to see what we have (mostly) unknowingly done to our home.
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    I'm assuming all this is going to be spoon fed to the public leading up the election

    fun times ahead

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    speaking of temperature its ****in hot today. Stay hydrated folks.

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    Timmi wrote:
    I'm assuming all this is going to be spoon fed to the public leading up the election

    fun times ahead
    Idk. I’m just a scientist.

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    Nerd

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    frio wrote:
    Nerd

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    I'm not saying human emission are not the cause. But human emisions are not removing the forests, forming ocean dead zones, poisoning lakes and killing river ways.

    God damn, when did we tick over to the holocene!?

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    Imma Kant wrote:
    I'm not saying human emission are not the cause. But human emisions are not removing the forests, forming ocean dead zones, poisoning lakes and killing river ways.

    God damn, when did we tick over to the holocene!?
    It's almost as if pollution causes multiple problems.