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Rakanoth

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About Rakanoth

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    Intel i9 9900k
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    Gigabyte Auros Z390 Master
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    G.SKILL Trident Z 3200MHz C14
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    Evga GTX 1080 Ti SC2
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    NZXT S340 Elite
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    WD 1 TB Black + Samsung 850 Evo 2TB SSD
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    Seasonic FOCUS Plus 650W
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    Asus ROG Swift PG279Q IPS 165Hz 1440p + Dell UltraSharp U2719D IPS 60Hz 1440p
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    Nzxt Kraken x62
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    Razer Blackwidow 2013
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  1. I was too lazy. I just found this: Source: Wikipedia article about Apple M1, Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_M1
  2. The older Mac Minis used Intel CPUs that were based on x86 architecture. The latest Mac Mini has M1 chip and doesn't have a CPU with x86 architecture. How is the software and operating system compatible with the new chip? I just don't get how this architecture works.
  3. We are working on a multilingual dictionary app that takes definitions from various dictionaries online and presents them to the user. I won't get into the specific details about what this app does it differently than others. The innovative part of the dictionary is its user interface. We believe it is going to be extremely useful to a lot of people. The languages include English to English (as in oxford or cambridge dictionary) as well as English to German, German to English. The problem is that our app will either scrape the definitions from online dictionaries' website (via regex o
  4. A march song glorifying the resistance of Felluce against the occupying US forces: "May God greet the people of Fallujah, all of them brave"
  5. Online competitive games burden your body. Your shoulders, neck, arms etc. might still a bit stiff. They might ache. Does this happen to you? How do you deal with it? Do you get massage therapy from professionals? Do you daily exercise?
  6. "Michael Jackson's 2009 death now listed as due to Covid-19": https://gordiecanuk.blogspot.com/2020/05/michael-jacksons-2009-death-now-listed.html I actually had to double take to make sure this was humor. It’s getting so ridiculous I wouldn’t doubt it if it were true lol This was just too funny. Thriller? Heh, more like: Grandma Killer. Unlike 99.6% of people with covid, Michael Jackson failed to Beat It. The covid models were Bad. In lockdown, we’re all stuck here with The Man in The Mirror. Say, say, say what you want, but I refuse to live in fear.
  7. Rakanoth

    yo

    Set a proper title next time.
  8. "More than 40 diagnosed with COVID-19 after Frankfurt church service": https://news.trust.org/item/20200523134545-hjpes/ Isn’t the point of slowly reopening that we are ok with some increased infections? The goal is to not overwhelm hospitals, so the fact these folks were identified means everything is working properly. And it’s evidence that slowly opening is working ok. The problem in February is these people weren’t identified and kept infecting others. People are just disagreeing on what slowly reopening looks like. In this case people are worried
  9. Comparing lockdown skeptics to anti-vaxxers and climate change deniers demonstrates a disturbing amount of scientific illiteracy. I am a staunch defender of the scientific consensus on a whole host of issues. I strongly believe, for example, that most vaccines are highly effective in light of relatively minimal side-effects; that climate change is real, is a significant threat to the environment, and is largely caused or exacerbated by human activity; that GMOs are largely safe and are responsible for saving countless lives; and that Darwinian evolution correctly explains the diversity of life
  10. "The Lockdown Skeptic They Couldn’t Silence - Targeted for censorship in March, Aaron Ginn is becoming an influential voice in cities, states and Washington.": https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-lockdown-skeptic-they-couldnt-silence-11589566245 Data is data. Our focus here isn’t treatments but numbers. You don’t need a special degree to understand what the data says and doesn’t say. Numbers are universal. Everybody was claiming "durr ur not an epidemiologist" when I said it's delusional to expect not to eventually catch a disease with a relatively high R0 and ridiculous to worry
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