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Sakuriru

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  • Location
    USA
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  • Interests
    I like things that are hard to do, but also things like video games.
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    :3
  • Occupation
    Software Engineer

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    Ryzen 5900X
  • Motherboard
    Asus B550-I
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    32 GB Corsair Vengeance
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    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  • Case
    NCASE M1 v6
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    Corsair P600 Gen4
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    Corsair 750 SFX
  • Display(s)
    2x Dell 1440p 165Hz
  • Cooling
    Noctua 9U
  • Keyboard
    Drop CTRL
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    Razer Mamba
  • Sound
    Motu M2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Dell XPS

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  1. This is metadata on the photo called exif data. You can use this tool to edit it: https://exiftool.org/
  2. I dislike the term climate change for several reasons: It's an overly broad, descriptive term. The idea that the climate is changing fails to capture how it is changing. It may suggest that the term global warming as used previously was in some way incorrect. It was never incorrect in the past 50 years. It is the aspect of climate change that humans are directly responsible for contributing to, accelerating, or causing. I think the push for its adoption is largely driven by failed PR policies of the past, where global warming has been successfully marketed as term inv
  3. class MyList(list): def __sub__(self, val): newList = self.copy() newList.remove(val) return newList fruits = MyList(["apple", "banana", "cherry"]) print(fruits - "apple") dont tell me what i can do >:
  4. I think at this point we're headed towards global internet infrastructure (see starlink).
  5. In the words of Carl Sagan, "If you wish to make apple pie from scratch, you must first create the universe" Good luck.
  6. I've designed one of those systems before. Newegg if you're reading this feel free to DM and I can tell you how to do this
  7. You just need to make a spaceship that spins, shouldn't be that hard. The spinning action can even double as a dynamo for magnetic shielding (although having moving parts would be worse than not having any).
  8. that's just what an admin would say, sus
  9. Nice try forum admins YOU'LL NEVER CATCH ME
  10. This is a very common misconception. It's still global warming; it's always been global warming. The Earth hasn't stopped warming.
  11. Clock speed isn't the same was wave frequency. The reason why analog computers are faster doesn't have to do with frequency, but simply that the input size is a variable range. They're also less accurate.
  12. I don't think you're quite grasping the breadth and depth of the topic. Encoding is a scheme in which you translate letters into something computers can deal with. Computers don't know what "a" is. You can't write "a" to a disk, store it in memory, or pass it around because those are all tasks that are exclusively for binary data. So people created encoding schemes. Note that this is much different than the kind of secret spy "encoded message", since it's not really trying to obfuscate data, but just manage it for computers to use. There's hundreds of different ways to
  13. Swapping. Your performance will vary greatly depending on how often the computer needs to swap out memory, this is game dependent.
  14. Sounds like a good way to get a statement of charges and an ass chewing from your first line. The military already has other expensive optics like night vision goggles. It's really not much different from an equipment management perspective.
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